Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Dalgona Coffee
Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipe: Dalgona Coffee
Dalgona coffee – who doesn’t know about it! After getting popular as a Tik Tok trend has made millions of people try it worldwide. Its frothy appearance characterizes this unique whipped coffee. A coffee simply made from sugar, milk, instant coffee, and water has gained so much hype over social media – Is it worth it? To find the answer to this question, we tried our aerated version of Dalgona coffee. For this purpose, we poured the coffee mixture into the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser. in the cream whipper, the dalgona coffee mixture is aerated with the help of Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Chargers, which incorporate gas into the mixtures and make them incredibly creamy and frothy. In this experiment, we found that by using the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser, you will be saved from a lot of hard work that you will do while making the coffee with a hand mixer. It also saves your time and doesn’t overwhelm your endurance, patience, and energy. So enjoy a tall glass of creamy, frothy coffee sweetened just to perfection.
- Instant Coffee (prepared) – ¾ cup
- Granulated sugar – 1/3 cup
- Vanilla syrup – 2 teaspoon
- Water – 2 ½ tablespoon
- Milk – 2 cups
- In a saucepan, boil water and add vanilla syrup, sugar, and coffee.
- Let the liquid cool and come to room temperature.
- Pour directly into Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
- Screw on a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake for about 20 times.
- Dispense over hot or cold milk and serve.
- The best proportion is 2/3 of milk and 1/3 of Dalgona coffee dispensed on the top.
Why is it called Dalgona coffee?
Dalgona coffee is also called whipped coffee. It’s a delicious way of serving coffee which you can whip with only four ingredients – sugar, syrup (optional), boiling water, and instant coffee. The name “Dalgona” comes from a street coffee that originated in Korea. It is interesting to know that the videos that introduced dalgona coffee to the world emerged from Korea.
Why is my Dalgona coffee not fluffy?
If you reduce or skip the sugar, the coffee will not beat properly. You will not get a stable foam, and it will get much longer to whip it. When the amount of sugar is sufficient, the coffee will form a stable, fluffy, cloud-like foam that doesn’t take that long to whip up. Whipping the coffee in Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser is the most convenient and quickest method of whipping dalgona coffee. Plus, the foam is much more stable than the foam whipped by a hand whisk or electric beater.
Why is my Dalgona coffee bitter?
Coffee has a naturally bitter flavor profile. The addition of sugar and milk neutralizes the bitterness of coffee. If your dalgona coffee always tastes bitter, you can reduce the quantity of instant coffee or increase sugar in the formulation.
How long does Dalgona coffee last?
You can store the dalgona coffee foam in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser for up to ten days in a refrigerator.
Can you use coffee grounds for Dalgona coffee?
For making dalgona coffee with ground coffee beans, add them to the coffee grinder. Adjust the amount of liquid according to your taste preferences. Now you have your instant coffee ready, which you can whip up in the Galaxy Gas Cream Whipper according to the method described above.
How do you drink Dalgona coffee?
Fill a coffee cup with ice and cold milk, and dispense the coffee whip over it. In the same way, you can use hot steaming milk for making this coffee.
It is better to use a straw for drinking dalgona coffee. It will enable you to stir and drink the coffee as your taste preference. Don’t forget to post a picture on Instagram.
What is Dalgona Coffee?
Dalgona coffee is a frothy, whipped coffee drink made from instant coffee, water, sugar, and milk. Dalgona coffee is characterized by two separate layers – coffee cream and milk. The other names of dalgona coffee are whipped coffee, frothy coffee, and fluffy coffee.
What does Dalgona coffee taste like?
The dalgona coffee is quiet similar to Starbucks Frappucino. However, it is not so icy and milkshake-like. It also resembles Starbucks iced cloud macchiatos if we replace the cloud for coffee. The taste of dalgona coffee is identical to milky iced coffee containing a frothy foam layer similar to that present in cappuccinos and lattes.