Homemade Dalgona Matcha Latte

How To Make Dalgona Matcha

April 09, 2020 1 Comment


We enjoy ceremonial matcha almost every morning, and participating in that 800-year old tradition is one of the best parts of our day. But we also love how versatile matcha is — you can use it for baking, lattes, and even the amazing, decadent creation above: Dalgona Matcha. We're big fans of having fun, and this is definitely fun.

Watch the video to see how it's done — or read on for the recipe below. And make sure to grab any Organic Culinary Matcha you need at our online store.

Ingredients:
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup water
1 egg (only egg whites needed)
1 tbsp matcha
A few ice cubes
8 oz milk or milk alternative

Recipe:
1. Combine water and sugar in a saucepan over medium heat.
2. While the sugar and water are heating up, separate the egg whites from the yolk, and add the egg whites only to a mixing bowl.
3. Whip the egg whites on high until soft peaks start to form.
4. By this time your sugar should be fully dissolved. Slowly pour the sugar water mixture into your egg whites as you continue to whip them. Whip until fully integrated.
5. Now add 1 tbsp matcha to the egg mixture. Continue to whip until the matcha is fully integrated.
6. Fill a glass (or two!) with ice and add your milk of choice. Top the glasses with your fluffy matcha, and for the best taste make sure to stir before enjoying.

Dalgona Mizuba Matcha


1 Response

Louisa
Louisa

November 23, 2021

I love this drink! I have however made a few adjustments to what you have here.

1. Is a tablespoon of matcha really what you need? That is a LOT. I did that once, then went to doing 1 teaspoon. That still being strong, I now do 1/2 a teaspoon. (Much closer to how much matcha I use for my regular lattes)

2. Adding the powder at the end results in lumps, no matter how hard you try to avoid that. I go at it how I do my regular matcha latte/teas. I take part of the hot sugar water and use the whisk to make a paste/eliminate any lumps. Then I mix it in with the rest of the sugar water. Then when that is added to the fluffy egg white, the matcha is already incorporated.

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