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Fluffy Coffee Whip - aka Dalgona


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

Creamy Coffee Whip (aka "Dalgona")

  • 10 g instant coffee granules, freeze dried
  • 100 g sugar, of choice
  • 80 g ice chilled water
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Recipe's preparation

    Fluffy Coffee Whip - will keep a couple of days
  1. Add all ingredients to TM Bowl, avoid blades where possible.
    See Tips re: water temperature, coffee and sugar variables.
  2. Insert Butterfly and whip until super fluffy and sugar is fully dissolved. 4-6 minutes Speed 4.
  3. Usage
  4. Iced "Dalgona" Coffee - 3/4 fill a glass with chilled milk of choice, add ice cubes if desired and spoon lot's of fluffy coffee whip on top. Stir with long handled spoon to get nice coffee flavour into the milk.
  5. Hot Dairy Free Coffee - prepare your coffee of choice (I did a long black expresso), spoon lot's of fluffy coffee whip on top. Stir if desired or slurp through the creamy top which doesn't "melt" away!!
    NB: The coffee whip contains sugar so don't add extra to your coffee!
  6. Piping for desserts or cakes - Pipe as usual and it's stable at room or fridge temperature for a day.
    Surface may dry out a little depending on your kitchen environment.
  7. Your vote and comments are always appreciated. Happy Cooking!
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Tip

It's dairy free, egg free, coffee flavoured slightly sweet stable meringue texture fluff!
Use it on desserts, drinks, cocktails (Expresso Martini!), cakes, muffins etc
It doesn't readily "melt" on hot surfaces so can be added to all sorts of pre-cooked hot desserts/drinks. eg Hot Chocolate with Fluff Top = Mocha Coffee!
Sugar - can be whatever you desire in my experience. White gives a paler colour and whips faster than raw or coconut.
Water must be ice cold from fridge or chilled in a glass with a few ice cubes.
Coffee must be instant freeze dried style (I used Moccona Classic).
VIP UPDATE - I've tried with 40g chilled expresso shot : 50g sugar and after 10 minutes still didn't fluff up and here's the science explained for anyone into the "why/proportions" etc etc https://youtu.be/WHmpgMsW-aA


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  • Yummy. I have made this a few times now....

    Submitted by HappyElle on 3. May 2020 - 12:10.

    Yummy. I have made this a few times now. Definitely worth making.

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  • What a lovely consistency! It was not stable for...

    Submitted by Cila on 2. May 2020 - 01:20.

    What a lovely consistency! It was not stable for long, maybe because I used Xylitol instead of sugar? But freshly made a sensation.

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  • For a special dessert, I put this on the top of...

    Submitted by Alli-J on 29. April 2020 - 23:16.

    For a special dessert, I put this on the top of Kaffee-Sabayon (it's a recipe in the German language section of Cookidoo) and then topped it with dark chocolate Flake. Amazing!

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  • garthandrea: I used the little sachets of coffee...

    Submitted by Alli-J on 29. April 2020 - 23:14.

    garthandrea: I used the little sachets of coffee from hotels - worked perfectly.

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  • This is great! I used coffee sachets I've...

    Submitted by Alli-J on 29. April 2020 - 23:14.

    This is great! I used coffee sachets I've collected from hotels and it worked a treat.
    Second batch I used 50g of raw sugar and it whipped up just as well.

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  • Works well with xylitol too I only used 50 grams...

    Submitted by tracywed on 22. April 2020 - 20:24.

    Works well with xylitol too I only used 50 grams of it though used Maconna coffee

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  • Whipped up awesomely. I used half the sugar as...

    Submitted by christineblack on 20. April 2020 - 10:19.

    Whipped up awesomely. I used half the sugar as well. I might try and see how little I can use (a wee experiment during lockdown). Made mine as a mocha dalgona - hot chocolate bottom half and dalgona layered on top.

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  • kehin: Sorry, don't think the foodie science is...

    Submitted by Sharon.thermomix on 14. April 2020 - 09:31.

    kehin: Sorry, don't think the foodie science is going to work with the absence of freeze dried coffee and addition of milk powder that's in chai mixtures.😏

    Sharon Weidenbach - Consultant since 2008, Adelaide 0409 150 729

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  • This is delicious! I prepared 1/2 portion, used...

    Submitted by lilianarejon on 13. April 2020 - 21:52.

    This is delicious! I prepared 1/2 portion, used white sugar and Nescafé gold original. . I also put a bit less sugar. Wonderful

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  • Just made it & it took my memory back when we...

    Submitted by Yvonne57 on 13. April 2020 - 14:29.

    Just made it & it took my memory back when we licked the cake bowl & to drink it is out of this world, I have saved it for next time but it's so simple... thank you for sharing

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  • Super easy and was a nice way to specialize a...

    Submitted by Jaclyn28 on 12. April 2020 - 09:33.

    Super easy and was a nice way to specialize a coffee, will definitely make again and try on an expresso martini!!!

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  • Could you do this with chai tea?

    Submitted by kehin on 11. April 2020 - 14:20.

    Could you do this with chai tea?

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  • garthandrea: It might work, just depends how it's...

    Submitted by Sharon.thermomix on 11. April 2020 - 00:44.

    garthandrea: It might work, just depends how it's been processed. Give it a go!😉

    Sharon Weidenbach - Consultant since 2008, Adelaide 0409 150 729

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  • Wowser, I'll go easy next time on the sugar

    Submitted by Nungalicious on 10. April 2020 - 10:23.

    Wowser, I'll go easy next time on the sugar

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  • OMG Sharon this recipe is to die for...

    Submitted by Kermie16 on 7. April 2020 - 12:35.

    OMG Sharon this recipe is to die for
    I didn't wash the bowl, put some water and milk then warmed it
    Absolutely delicious
    A must try for all Thermie users

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  • Does it need to be freeze dried? Would nescafe...

    Submitted by garthandrea on 6. April 2020 - 18:49.

    Does it need to be freeze dried? Would nescafe blend 43 be any good?

    Andrea

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  • Made this today did half the sugar and coffee but...

    Submitted by JSKKCC on 5. April 2020 - 05:32.

    Made this today did half the sugar and coffee but accidentally put in full amount of water and still came out perfect unfortunately tho this was far to sweet for my hubby

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  • So yummy. I halved the recipe and it worked...

    Submitted by coralhagan on 4. April 2020 - 11:16.

    So yummy. I halved the recipe and it worked perfect

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  • Sharon.thermomix:I used half the sugar still...

    Submitted by Stoney2014 on 2. April 2020 - 11:49.

    Sharon.thermomix:I used half the sugar still worked and still sweet

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  • dee55oz: Don't think it would work with much less...

    Submitted by Sharon.thermomix on 1. April 2020 - 23:39.

    dee55oz: Don't think it would work with much less as it's the sugar that whips to give structure (a bit like egg whites for meringue).
    It makes enough to fill about a 700ml jar which will work on around x6 glasses of milk ( depending on your preferences). So ends up being less than a tablesooon p glass and not too super sweet.? 🤓

    Sharon Weidenbach - Consultant since 2008, Adelaide 0409 150 729

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  • Has anyone make using way less sugar.. I don't...

    Submitted by dee55oz on 1. April 2020 - 15:18.

    Has anyone make using way less sugar.. I don't have sugar in most things

    dee

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  • I’m on coffee pod rations for a couple of days...

    Submitted by Meagsyr on 1. April 2020 - 11:48.

    I’m on coffee pod rations for a couple of days until our next delivery comes (only 2 pods per day!).... I would never usually drink instant coffee- I only keep it for my chocolate mud cakes really. So I thought I’d give the frothy coffee a go...OMG! It’s amazing! I was initially put off as it’s made with sugar, and I don’t like sugar in my coffee, but this is pretty crazy. It’s like a coffee meringue! (Beware though... even my little kids liked it!)

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  • This looks fabulous, can't wait to try.

    Submitted by microelk on 31. March 2020 - 18:19.

    This looks fabulous, can't wait to try.

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