The Top Trending Recipes You Can Try Out Now

Because of the lockdown, more and more people are stretching their culinary muscles to pass the time. From cooking new dishes, whipping up new desserts, kneading dough for breads and cookies, or even riding the Dalgona coffee trend, people are spending more time in the kitchen to  cook up a storm. 

If you’re looking for more recipes, here’s a couple more that you might want to try out. 

Dalgona Coffee 

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The Dalgona coffee is the most famous one yet – frothy instant coffee on top of milk, this is a foolproof way to make your iced coffee better and more fun to drink! If you don’t have an electric hand or stand mixer, prepare your arm because this can be quite daunting to make using an ordinar whisk. Check out the full recipe here!

Shakey’s Mojos

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Craving Shakey’s Mojos? Shakey’s Japan released the recipe on their twitter account, so now you can finally make them at home. Simply microwave your sliced potatoes and then coat them in fried chicken breading mix, salt, and pepper. Deep fry until golden. For more detailed instructions, check the recipe here!

Oreo Rice Dessert

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Oreo and rice seem like an unusual combination but what better time to try weird recipes than now, right? Prepare to cook rice in a rice cooker as usual but instead of water, pour milk in it. Add your oreos, start cooking, and mix well after. Click here for the complete recipe.

Spam Musubi 

Photo from Daphne Gonzales

Want a Japanese snack with Spam? You can make Spam Musubi by stacking molded rice, egg, and Spam, and then wrapping the whole thing up in Nori. Someone posted the recipe with photos on Facebook so check that out here.

Dole Whip

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The Dole Whip, a frozen pineapple treat that can be found in Disneyland Park, can now be made at home since Disney shared the recipe via their Disneyland app. Combine a scoop of vanilla ice cream, 4 ounces of pineapple juice, and 2 cups of frozen pineapple in a blender and then combine until it becomes thick. For the full recipe, check it out here.

Here’s to us gaining calories and learning new recipes while we’re practicing social distancing! 

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