Take a new approach to your morning (or afternoon!) cup of Joe with this Dalgona Coffee with a candy topping from Jimmy, our CFO!

  • You previously mentioned that you were trying out new recipes during quarantine - were you successful?
    Jimmy: Yes! Lobster pasta. It is even tastier than restaurant because there is so much more lobster in the dish!

  • Are there any exciting summer activities you are looking forward to?
    Jimmy: Fishing! It's something I enjoy doing every summer and it typically is a socially distanced activity. Normal catch for the day will be Fluke, Striper and Porgy. I'm looking forward to a great fish feast that will come from the trip!

  • What inspired you to make this dish?
    Jimmy: My son and daughter love bubble tea during summer. One day, we wanted to try something new and just tried this.

  • Are there any featured Yummie recipes that you’re looking to try?
    Jimmy: I'd honestly love to try them all!



  • 2 tbsp instant coffee
  • 2 tbsp white granulated sugar
  • 2 tbsp boiled hot water
  • 1/2 cup milk (low fat, regular, almond, soy, goat's milk)
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 pinch baking soda
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil



  • In a large mixing bowl, add coffee, sugar and boiling hot 
  • Whisk until hard peaks are formed, about 7-8 minutes
  • Fill 2/3 of a cup with cold milk (about 1/2 cup) 
  • Spoon the foam and add it to the top of the cup. Top it with candy pieces.
  • Mix it with a spoon to enjoy it as a latte or just as it is as you get a little bit of milk and foam in one sip. Enjoy!


  • Coat a plate or a metal surface with vegetable oil. Coat the rest of the vegetable oil on any ceramic or metal plate/pan that you can use to press the melted sugar. 
  • Add 1 tbs sugar in a ladle or large spoon.
  • Hold the ladle or spoon on top of the stove at medium-low heat and melt sugar for about 3-4 min until it becomes liquid and is transparent. Avoid burning by stirring constantly with a chopstick while it melts and take it away from the heat anytime it starts to smoke. Lower the heat if necessary.
  • Once it has turned into sugar syrup, add a pinch of baking soda to syrup.
  • Immediately take the ladle off the heat and mix soda with the syrup.
  • Move the ladle one more time back on top of the heat and heat it up for just about 4-5 seconds, until the sugar mixture starts to puff up. Don't wait until it puffs up fully, then you are most likely going to burn it.
  • Transfer sugar and soda mixture onto greased plate or surface. Immediately press it down to make a thin disc like candy. Press for 3 seconds or so and then before it fully hardens. 


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