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Whipped Coffee | Korean Dalgona Coffee

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I have made this viral & super trending Korean Dalgona Coffee or Whipped Coffee many times. Few readers had also requested to share the recipe. It was time I shared the recipe which has different proportions than the actual one. In sharing the recipe, I am actually late but better late than never.

Dalgona Coffee is from South Korea and became one of the most trended recipes during this time. When I first saw the method, I was amazed as it the same as making the Indian Beaten Coffee.

Just that in the Indian Beaten Coffee we do not whip the coffee mixture so much. Whereas in Dalgona Coffee, the mixture is whipped or beaten to an extent of getting a foamy, smooth, creamy consistency much like whipped cream. Yes this coffee cream is a bomb full of flavors of coffee and only coffee.

Ingredient Proportions

You see, my recipe ingredient proportions are totally different than the usual dalgona coffee recipe proportions – which are equal measure of coffee, sugar and hot water.

When I made the coffee for the first time I found it too strong, acidic and bitter for my taste. Later I experimented with the proportions of sugar, water and coffee. What worked best for us what toning down the coffee and increasing the sugar.

Following my recipe proportions you will get a perfect whipped coffee which is not too bitter or too strong.

The recipe proportions for instant coffee, water and sugar and 1:2:3 respectively. This 1:2:3 proportion is very easy to follow and remember. Listed below are the proportions (with tablespoon measures).

  • 1 tablespoon instant coffee
  • 2 tablespoons hot boiling water
  • 3 tablespoons sugar

Tips to make Dalgona Coffee

  1. Coffee Foam: To get that foamy and creamy consistency, do not reduce the sugar in the recipe. You can add more if you want. It is actually the sugar that helps in getting that creaminess.
  2. Hot water: Do add hot water when whipping the coffee. The water has to be very hot. If the water is not hot, then you won’t get that creamy consistency. Add the amount of water as mentioned in the recipe. Do not add more.
  3. Sugar: Use any granulated sugar. It can be white sugar or unrefined cane sugar. But do not use powdered sugars or sweeteners like maple syrup, honey, coconut sugar or dates syrup. Only granulated sugar works.
  4. Coffee: Use only Instant Coffee and not other types of coffee.
  5. Whipping the Coffee: When beating the coffee mixture, use two kinds of beating. First beat clockwise and then use vertical zig-zag motions. Alternate between the two.
  6. Vegan options: Add almond milk instead. I have made dalgona coffee with almond milk and it was good You can even try with cashew milk, soy milk (GMO Free) and oats milk.
  7. Hot or Cold Coffee: You can make either hot coffee or cold coffee. I have mentioned the cold coffee version here. For a hot coffee, just add hot milk instead of chilled milk.

Making Korean Dalgona Coffee is super easy. All you need is a bowl and a wired whisk. You can even use a hand mixer which we use while making cake batter or whipping cream. A mixer-grinder or a small blender will also do.

When mixing with the whisk, you have to beat continuously for 10 to 12 minutes and yes that is a good arm exercise. So let’s begin.

How to make Dalgona Coffee

Beating method with a whisk

1. In a small to medium sized mixing bowl, take 1 tablespoon instant coffee and 3 tablespoons sugar.

2. Pour 2 tablespoons of hot boiling water.

3. Mix and then begin to beat the coffee.

4. Use two ways of beating the coffee. First beat clockwise and then use vertical zig-zag motions. Alternate between the two. If the bowl is small, then slightly tilt the bowl and beat.

5. The coffee consistency after a total of 5 minutes.

6. After continuing to beat for further 3 minutes, this is the coffee consistency.

7. The final consistency after further 5 minutes which is like whipped cream. You will see that the color has also lightened. So get this foamy whipped consistency, beat for a total of 10 to 12 minutes.

Whipping in a Mixer or Blender

8. For a quicker option, add the coffee, hot water and sugar in a small mixer-grinder or a small blender jar. Blend till you get a creamy consistency.

Making Dalgona Coffee

9. Take 2 to 3 ice cubes (optional) in two mugs or glasses. Divide 1.5 milk between both the glasses. Ice cubes can be skipped if you use chilled cold milk.

10. Spoon the creamy whipped coffee on top.

11. Sprinkle some cocoa powder on top. Serve. Stir and then sip. Enjoy !

Many of my recipes have detailed step by step photos and useful tips to help you make it easily and perfectly.

Whipped Coffee | Korean Dalgona Coffee

The super trending Dalgona Coffee made better with different ingredient proportions.

Course:beverages & drinks
Servings (change the number to scale):2

(1 CUP = 250 ML)

For whipping

  • 1 tablespoon instant coffee
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons hot boiling water.

Other Ingredients

  • 1.5 cups milk (at room temperature or chilled)
  • ice cubes – as required, optional

For topping

  • ¼ teaspoon cocoa powder – optional

Whipping Coffee Mixture

  • Take coffee, sugar and hot boiling water in a mixing bowl.
  • Using a small whisk begin to whip & beat till the mixture is creamy and thick.
  • Use two ways of beating the coffee. First beat clockwise and then use vertical zig-zag motions. Alternate between the two. If the bowl is small, then slightly tilt the bowl and beat.
  • To whip, can also use a small blender or mixer-grinder or a hand-held mixer (which is used for whipping cream or making cake batter).

Making Dalgona Coffee

  • Add 2 to 3 ice cubes in a mug or glass.
  • Divide 1.5 milk between both the glasses.
  • Now divide the whipped coffee equally in the two glasses.
  • Sprinkle some cocoa powder on the coffee (optional). Serve.

Nutrition Facts

Whipped Coffee | Korean Dalgona Coffee

Amount Per Serving

Calories 192 Calories from Fat 54

% Daily Value*

Fat 6g9%

Saturated Fat 3g19%

Cholesterol 18mg6%

Sodium 81mg4%

Potassium 330mg9%

Carbohydrates 29g10%

Sugar 27g30%

Protein 6g12%

Vitamin A 296IU6%

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 1mg67%

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 1mg59%

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 1mg5%

Vitamin B6 1mg50%

Vitamin B12 1µg17%

Vitamin D 2µg13%

Vitamin E 1mg7%

Vitamin K 1µg1%

Calcium 207mg21%

Vitamin B9 (Folate) 9µg2%

Iron 1mg6%

Magnesium 26mg7%

Phosphorus 161mg16%

Zinc 1mg7%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Coconut poli recipe- with wheat flour

Coconut poli recipe – with wheat flour – Kayi holige, Coconut puran poli thengai poli, Coconut obattu recipe – Sweet flatbreads stuffed with coconut and jaggery-based filling. Thengai poli with full video and step-by-step pictures.

First I want to share very happy news with you all. It’s Jeyashri’s kitchen’s 12th anniversary. The journey started on August 19 2009 and with all your constant support, we are now stepping into the 13 th year of blogging. Jeyashri’s kitchen has over 1300 plus vegetarian recipes which I learnt from my grandmother, mom, mother-in-law, relatives, friends, friend’s mom and many more people.

The quench to learn new recipes and share them in Jeyashri’s kitchen is the major key that keeps me going in this journey. I extend my thanks and heartfelt gratitude to all my readers for supporting me and looking forward to the same in the coming up years as well.

Coconut poli recipe I have already posted in Jeyashri’s Kitchen many years back. I always wanted to try it out with wheat flour. Though I have posted Maharastrian style puran poli, it is more like a sweet poornam stuffed paratha. I want to make coconut poli with wheat flour using the traditional method of patting the polis with fingers.

My mom is an expert in making polis and she always makes poli in bulk. The softness of her poli, I haven’t seen that anywhere. She inherited that from my grandmother who also does poli extremely well. I have posted my amma’s version of Paruppu poli in Jeyashris kitchen a long time back. But that is using maida flour.

When I decided to make a sweet post for Jeyashri’s Kitchen anniversary, my mind wanted to post this recipe only. As avani avittam and Varalakshmi nombu are coming up, I thought this is the perfect time to share this coconut poli recipe with wheat flour. I called up my mom and asked her the tips and followed the same.

The poli turned out extremely well and I felt so happy that I recreated the closest texture of her polis.

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Coconut poli with wheat flour

Soft polis made using whole wheat flour and stuffed with coconut and jaggery poornam
Course Sweet, Traditional sweet
Cuisine Indian
Keyword Festival recipes, South Indian festival, sweets
Prep Time 40 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Resting time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings 4 polis
Author Jeyashri suresh

Ingredients

  • ½ cup whole wheat flour
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp turmeric powder
  • 7 tsp sesame oil
  • Water to make the dough
  • Ghee as needed to make the poli

For the poornam

Instructions

  • In a bowl add the wheat flour, salt and turmeric powder.
  • Mix well and add water little by little to knead a soft pliable dough.
  • Add 4 tsp of sesame to this and knead well.
  • Smear 3 tsp of oil on the top and keep it covered for 30 minutes – 1 hour.
  • Always use sesame oil for making polis.

Meanwhile, let’s make the poornam.

  • In a pan add the jaggery and add 2 tbsp of water.
  • Once the water starts boiling add the grated coconut.
  • If you want to filter the jaggery water, go ahead and do it and then add the coconut.
  • Cook for 2 minutes, it will come to whole mass.
  • Let the water evaporates but the poornam should not solidify.
  • Else we can’t pat the polis. The poornam should be soft.
  • Add 1 tsp ghee and ½ tsp cardamom powder to this.
  • Mix well and switch off the flame.
  • Allow this to cool completely.
  • Make the dough into lemon sized balls.
  • Also, make the poornam also into lemon sized balls.
  • You can either use a banana leaf or butter paper.
  • I used a butter paper, grease the paper.
  • Place a dough ball in the center.
  • Grease your hands with ghee and pat this gently and make a small disc.
  • Place the poornam in the center.
  • Gently close the edges.
  • Now start patting the polis using your fingers.
  • Do not use rolling pin.
  • Gently push the inside filling to all the sides of the poli.
  • Let the edges be thin.
  • Patiently do this process.
  • Heat a pan and gently take out the poli from the paper.
  • Place it on the tawa.
  • Cook on both sides.
  • Smear ghee on both sides.
  • Once it is cooked on both sides, take out from the pan.
  • Repeat this for the rest of the polis.
  • I was left with one extra dough ball.
  • The poornam came for 4 polis only.
  • This whole wheat poli stays soft for 6-7 hours.

Video

Notes

  1. You can store this in the refrigerator and reheat and serve this the next day.
  2.  The same coconut poli poornam can be used for making kozhakattai too.
  • In a bowl add the wheat flour, salt and turmeric powder.
  • Mix well and add water little by little to knead a soft pliable dough.
wheat flour poli
  • Add 4 tsp of sesame to this and knead well.
  • Smear 3 tsp of oil on the top and keep it covered for 30 minutes – 1 hour.
  • Always use sesame oil for making polis.
wheat flour coconut poli
  • Meanwhile, let’s make the poornam.
  • In a pan add the jaggery and add 2 tbsp of water.
  • Once the water starts boiling add the grated coconut.
  • If you want to filter the jaggery water, go ahead and do it and then add the coconut.
  • Cook for 2 minutes, it will come to whole mass.
thengai poli
  • Let the water evaporates but the poornam should not solidify.
  • Else we can’t pat the polis. The poornam should be soft.
  • Add 1 tsp ghee and ½ tsp cardamom powder to this.
  • Mix well and switch off the flame.
coconut poli
  • Allow this to cool completely.
  • Also, make the poornam also into lemon sized balls.
  • Make the dough into lemon sized balls.
  • You can either use a banana leaf or butter paper.
  • I used a butter paper, grease the paper.
  • Place a dough ball in the center.
  • Grease your hands with ghee and pat this gently and make a small disc.
  • Place the poornam in the center.
  • Gently close the edges.
  • Now start patting the polis using your fingers.
  • Do not use rolling pin.
thengai poli
  • Gently push the inside filling to all the sides of the poli.
  • Let the edges be thin.
  • Patiently do this process.
Thengai poli
  • Heat a pan and gently take out the poli from the paper.
  • Place it on the tawa.
  • Cook on both sides.
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  • Smear ghee on both sides.
  • Once it is cooked on both sides, take out from the pan.
  • Repeat this for the rest of the polis.
  • I was left with one extra dough ball.
  • The poornam came for 4 polis only.
  • This whole wheat poli stays soft for 6-7 hours.
Thengai poli recipe

Notes:

  • You can store this in the refrigerator and reheat and serve this the next day.
  • The same coconut poli poornam cane be used for making kozhakattai too.

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