Recipe: Fancy Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy)

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  • Dec 13, 2021

Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy). Great recipe for Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy). #dalgonacandy #cookpadindia #innovative #newtrend This Korean style Dalgona Candy reminded me of the Indian "Batasha" and Nepali "Chaaku" a kind of Sugar based sweets made almost in a similar manner. After making Salted Dalgona Candy with sea salt flakes sprinkled on it, I thought why not try other varieties too. So inspired by Badam Chikki, Til and Khaskhas Chikki our traditional sweets of India and Indian subcontinent, especially which we consume during winter months ( Poush and Magh ) to keep ourselves warm and preferably made of Jaggery or a little bit of Sugar added to jaggery and is.

Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy) Crack the eggs in a bowl, add salt and whisk it. Heat a non-stick pan and add olive oil or ghee, do not overheat, the pan should be just heating up. Pour the whisked egg, add grounded black peppercorns and slowly with a silicon spatula stir it, the eggs will slowly. You can have Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy) using 3 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you make that.

Ingredients of Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy)

  1. Prepare 3 tbsps of Sugar.
  2. It’s 1/8 Tsp of Baking Soda.
  3. You need 1 pinch of Sea Salt Flakes.

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Salted Dalgona Candy (Sea Salt Flakes sprinkled Dalgona Candy) step by step

  1. Grease the silicon mat or parchment paper with little veg oil. Grease the cookie cutter also if using. I have used a Bakhri wooden presser to press it,so I have oiled that too. Lay two Lollipop sticks on the silicon mat at a distance. Take a deep saucepan or ladle depending on the quantity of sugar you are going to melt. Add sugar into it and start melting, to evenly melt it mix with a chopstick / something similar to it but not a very thin one. Once the sugar melts, take it off the flame..
  2. Add baking soda and mix it gently, it will start foaming, pour it at one end of the lollipop sticks. After you finish pouring on both the sticks end quickly press both. With a cookie cutter press it and make design if you like or leave it. Now take sea salt flakes and sprinkle on it. Don't sprinkle too much also. For kids you can leave it like that, they will love it without it..
  3. Peanut, Sesame and Poppy Seeds Dalgona Candy (see recipe).

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