Have you ever tried fresh strawberry milk with a Korean twist to it? This refreshing Korean fresh strawberry milk drink is usually sold in the summertime in various boutique cafés around Seoul, Korea.
The difference between regular strawberry milk and Korean strawberry milk is the fact that real strawberries are used in the Korean version. Nothing is artificial or processed in the bottle of Korean strawberry milk.
The prices range from S$6 to S$8 for just one bottle. Sounds expensive? We think so too. Especially when you just need 10 minutes of your time and 3 ingredients. It’s that easy. Here is a Korean fresh strawberry milk recipe on how to make this popular drink at home.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE KOREAN FRESH STRAWBERRY MILK
– 10 strawberries
– 3 tbsp sugar
– 200ml milk
HOW TO MAKE KOREAN FRESH STRAWBERRY MILK – STEP 1
Step 1: Cut 5 strawberries in half and remove the top part. Put them in a bowl and crush them. Pour 3 tbsp of sugar into the bowl of crushed strawberries and mix.
HOW TO MAKE KOREAN FRESH STRAWBERRY MILK – STEP 2
Step 2: Put the mixture in a pot and turn the heat to medium. When it starts to boil, mix it around for a minute or so before letting the purée cool.
HOW TO MAKE KOREAN FRESH STRAWBERRY MILK – STEP 3
Step 3: Chop the rest of the strawberries in small sizes. Pour the purée into a bottle, add the milk in, and finally, the chopped strawberries. And you’re done! Here is your Korean fresh strawberry milk.
If you leave this in the fridge overnight, it’ll taste even better after a few hours.