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“Squid Game” Dalgona Candy Recipe

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"Squid Game" Dalgona Candy Recipe

Erik Bernstein

Squid Game is a terrifying, but fascinating show that has many memorable moments. The episode 2 scene, where the participants try to create shapes out of Dalgona candy (a honeycomb-like candy), is perhaps the most famous. It is actually a Korean dessert that can be made at home and enjoyed every day.

Dalgona can be made using small stoves and ladles in many Korean cities. It is an extremely popular Korean treat for kids. You can also use a metal cup with a heavy bottom if you do not have a spoon. To melt the sugar to an amber colour, stir it well and then add some baking powder. When the sugar is heated, the baking powder reacts and forms a beautiful crispy candy. Place the mixture on parchment. You can stamp it using a cookie cutter. You can also add a small chopstick to make this a snack that you can take with you.

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  1. Place a little baking sheet on parchment paper.
  2. Use a small ladle to add sugar or a pan that is nonstick coated. Set the pan or ladle directly on a medium flame. Stir the sugar until it begins to melt for about two minutes.
  3. After the sugar melts and turns amber in color, take the pan off the heat. Add the baking soda to heat until it is slightly aerated.
  4. Spread the mixture in two circles on the prepared baking sheet. Spray the flat side of a metal measuring cup or spatula with cooking spray and squeeze the candy to a ¼ inch thick.
  5. You can use a cookie cutter for the desired shape. Allow to cool, then serve.

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Squid Game Dalgona Candy

Erik Bernstein


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