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Do you bear in mind the sport from the bloody Squid Sport collection, by which individuals needed to danger their lives to chop a circle, a star or an umbrella out of a sugar cookie? Effectively, the Dalgona recreation (not deadly, allow us to emphasize) truly exists in actuality, Thibaud Villanova and Marie Palot educate us of their guide Kdrama. The perfect recipes from Korean collection.
“Dalgona means “it’s candy”. This delicacy, additionally known as ppopgi or gukja, originated in Korean colleges within the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies. Melted white sugar combined with baking powder to make it fluffy and create a sample within the center. In the event you managed to eat the sweet whereas sustaining the sample, you gained a free Ppopgi. Historical past says it’s unimaginable,” explains Marie Palot. Right here is the prescription.
For 4 cookies
Preparation: 2 minutes
Cooking time: quarter-hour
4 tbsp. tablespoons (60 g) of white sugar
½ tsp. teaspoon (2.5 g) of baking soda
·Silicone baking towel
· Circle, triangle, star or umbrella cutters
· Spherical press (non-obligatory)
1. Place the sugar in a small saucepan and warmth over low warmth. Use picket sticks and blend the sugar constantly for five to 10 minutes. The concept is to make a caramel. This will take a while. When the sugar has melted and grow to be liquid, add the baking soda whereas stirring. Proceed cooking, stirring, for two minutes till a easy and homogeneous combination kinds.
2. Pour the combination onto a baking tray in 4 parts, ensuring there may be sufficient house between the candies. Grease the cookie cutter and spherical press (or the underside of a glass). Press every combination right into a disk and use the cutter to attract the form of your selection within the heart.
3. Serve the desserts once they have cooled. Think about using a needle if you wish to loosen the central form with out breaking it.
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