This coffee drink has taken the internet by storm. It is similar to the Indian “phenti hui” coffee where coffee, sugar and cream are mixed vigorously for a fair bit of time and then hot milk is poured over the mixture. For Dalogna coffee, dollops of such a mixture is placed over hot or cold milk. It’s best had in a transparent glass as the mixture filters through somewhat, giving the drink a “truffle-like” beautiful white, cream, and brown layered look!
How to make
- Add instant coffee, sugar and hot water to a medium mixing bowl.
- Using an electric hand-held mixer or a spoon, whip the mixture until it is light brown, fluffy and holds stiff peaks when the whisk is removed.
- Take a pan and heat South Ville Maelk in it. If you want cold Dalogna coffee then don’t heat the milk.
- Divide South Ville Maelk between two heatproof glasses.
- Spoon dollops of the frothed coffee-sugar-water mixture on top of South Ville Maelk in both glasses.
- Smooth out with a spoon and Serve.
|Active time:||10 Minutes|
|South Ville Maelk||400 ml|
|Instant coffee or espresso powder||2 tablespoons|
|Hot water||2 tablespoons|