(ˌdɑːlˈɡəʊnə ) a South Korean sweet made from sugar and bicarbonate of soda.
What is dalgona called in Korean?
Dalgona (달고나) or ppopgi (뽑기) is a Korean candy made with melted sugar and baking soda. It was a popular street snack in the 1970s and 1980s, and is still eaten as a retro food.
What does dalgona taste like?
Dalgona is sweet but also has some smoky caramel taste. It is light and airy with a thin brittle texture like honeycomb candy.
Does dalgona taste like coffee?
Dalgona coffee is creamy in texture and mildly sweet in flavor. Many have described it to taste similar to coffee ice cream or a Starbucks frappuccino. The sweetness and caffeine can be adjusted by changing the ratios of the recipe or choosing a flavored milk-base.