Egg Coffee Is Now A Trend And Netizens Say It’s Delicious

Egg Coffee
by Suchismita Pal
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Egg and coffee mixed together? What do you think about the combination? Those who have actually tried it say it’s delicious. Recently, chef Saransh Goila shared the recipe for Vietnamese Egg Coffee and we literally saw netizens craving the coffee. For those who do not know, Egg Coffee is a beverage popular in Vietnam. According to foodies, it is one of the best coffees in Hanoi. To try it out for yourself, you can make the coffee at home and here’s how.

Egg Coffee

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How To Make Unique And Fabulous Egg Coffee?

Chef Saransh Goila took us through the steps for making Vietnamese Egg Coffee at home. He wrote, “Vietnamese Egg Coffee (YES EGG!) is like having dessert for breakfast. No this is not DALGONA! While nothing comes close to having this coffee in streets of Hanoi and I’m missing travelling a lot, for now this really satisfied my taste buds.” Check out the procedure to make the coffee in the video below:

 

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The chef wrote, “It’s simple if you have an egg beater else beating with whisk will take you about 10 mins. Very important to make the yolks fully fluffy and airy and use pasteurised eggs (if you can). To check the mix is foamy enough put a drop in a glass of water and the egg foam should float. You can choose to make the coffee by drip method or in a moka pot as well and if you don’t have either go ahead with Instant! Chalo happy day to you and try this? Have you ever had EGG COFFEE?” 10 Reasons Why Vietnam Is A Backpacker’s Paradise

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Netizens Say That They Miss Hanoi And Its Egg Coffee

Reacting to Goila’s post, actress and singer Sophie Chowdhury wrote  “I miss Vietnam so much!! Best coffee, awesome food and the people.” Another user commented, “You took me to Hanoi.” Another commented, “One of the best coffee I had in Hanoi. Gonna try this for sure.” A user also wrote, “Super delicious it is and is like a meal in itself. Too heavy!”

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Now we already know that this quirky coffee is worth a try. What say, folks?

 

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