A new take on the ‘viral’ drink of 2020: the dalgona alcoholic coffee recipe that everyone is going crazy about during coronavirus isolation
- A “boozy” dalgona coffee recipe has taken the internet by storm
- Erica Kelly took the viral four-ingredient recipe to the next level with alcohol
- To make the cream, she added instant coffee Kahlua, sugar and hot water.
- Then she prepares a glass of cold milk with ice and a dash of Baileys and Kahlua.
- The original creamy drink is made with instant coffee, sugar, hot water and milk
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A ‘boozy’ dalgona coffee recipe took the internet by storm after the creamy drink made with instant coffee, sugar, hot water and milk was dubbed the perfect caffeine solution during coronavirus isolation .
Erica Kelly is one of tens of thousands around the world to jump on the latest food trend, but she’s taken the viral four-ingredient recipe to the next level by adding Baileys and Kahlua.
“I saw a lot of dalgona coffee videos and was trying to find creative ways to add a twist,” Erica told Daily Mail Australia.
To prepare the frothy mixture, she used two tablespoons of instant coffee, one and a half teaspoons of sugar, one tablespoon of hot water and one tablespoon of Kahlua, which are combined and mixed with a mixer. electric.
How to make a “boozy” dalgona coffee
To make the mousse, whip the following ingredients with an electric mixer:
2 tablespoons of instant coffee
1.5 teaspoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of hot water
1 tablespoon of Kahlua
Then pour cold milk into a glass with ice, add half a shot of Baileys and half a short of Kahlua. Pour the coffee foam mixture over the top – enjoy!
“You just have to whip everything until it is whipped,” she explained.
Next, she brews a glass of cold milk with ice and a splash of Baileys and Kahlua before topping it off with the whipped âboozyâ coffee.
âI put Baileys in the milk and a little more Kahlua. I think the amount of alcohol you put on depends on your preference as to how much strength you want to make. I maybe added a half shot of Baileys and a half shot of Milk Kahlua, âshe said.
She noted that although the original recipe suggests two tablespoons of sugar, she only added half a tablespoon of it because Kahlua is already sweet.
Erika said she was very happy with her own take on dalgona coffee from South Korea.
âIt’s very creamy and mellow, and I really liked the added Baileys and Kahlua because you can still taste both liquors. The sweet alcohol balances the strong whipped coffee, âshe said.
Erica Kelly decided to take the viral four ingredient dalgona coffee recipe to the next level by adding Baileys and Kahlua
She prepares a glass of cold milk with ice and a dash of Baileys and Kahlua before completing it with the “boozy” whipped coffee.
To make the frothy mixture, she used two tablespoons of instant coffee, one and a half teaspoons of sugar, one tablespoon of hot water and one tablespoon of Kahlua, which are combined and beaten with a mixer. electric (file images)
Erika shared her recipe on Instagram and in an Australian Facebook group with over 1.7 million followers on Monday – and his post has since gone viral.
Many have described its creation as a âgame changer,â while others have said it is the ultimate drink to enjoy after a long day of working from home.
Some even tagged their friends, suggesting they could enjoy a virtual boozy dalgona coffee together over the weekend.
The alcohol-free version has swept the world in recent weeks after videos of people brewing the creamy drink were widely shared and watched on TikTok.
The #dalgonacoffee hashtag has been used over 150,000 times on Instagram, with tens of thousands of people sharing photos of their polished creations.