As someone who has woken up family members every day this week with the whirring sounds of a hand mixer as I manically blend my new favorite ingredients, I must warn you that if you use less than one tablespoon of instant coffee plus one tablespoon of water plus one tablespoon of sugar, there really won't be enough liquid to whip up.
First, measure out equal amounts of instant coffee, sugar, and hot water. (Start with two tablespoons each, and scale up from there. ) Then pour the ingredients into a bowl.
If you’ve seen a mouthwatering, visually delightful, obscenely fluffy coffee beverage pop up on social media, you can thank South Korean food vloggers, who innovated the DIY latte trend under their own recent quarantine.
Like her tutorial, most recipes call for even proportions—a 1:1:1 ratio of instant coffee, boiling water, and sugar.
Dalgona coffee only takes five minutes to make, and it's absurdly photogenic. https://t.co/pep8rQOoMk— Glamour (@glamourmag) April 4, 2020
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