Make Dairy Free Eggnog

Edited by Alexander Avdeev, Eng

Hello, dear VisiHow viewers! This is Alex. This is a tutorial on how to make a Russian version of lactose- and alcohol-free eggnog, which is called Kogel mogel, Gogl-Mogl, Gogel-mogel, Gogol-mogol, Gogli-mogli, or Gogle-mogle. I am using a personal recipe with bananas. If you wish to try the original Gogol-mogol dish, then just do not add bananas at all.

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    We take two large or three small bananas and put them in a freezer for a few hours or overnight until they become hard and dark
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    Only two bananas out of the three are used in the video.
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    With the help of hot water, we remove the peel
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    Some bananas might be harder to peel, so they will take slightly more time, more exposure to hot water, and a little more patience.
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    Once all of the bananas are peeled, we cut the first one into small pieces so that it is easier to grind it
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    We put the banana pieces into the blender
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    We cut the second banana into small pieces and put them into the blender as well
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    We grind the banana pieces for a few seconds
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    We have to be careful not to overdo it as the bananas need to stay cold.
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    We take a coffee-grinder and put eight full teaspoons of sugar into it
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    We grind sugar into powder with short presses that last no more than 20 seconds
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    If the coffee-grinder is wiped dry before use, then it will be easier to get the sugar powder out of it.
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    We take four cold eggs from the fridge and separate yolk from white
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    There is a VisiHow tutorial on how to separate egg white from yolk at Separate Egg White from Yolk Like a Pro that we might need.
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    We put all of the yolks into a tall glass that is wide enough for a hand mixer
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    An egg may have two yolks.
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    Now, we add sugar powder to the yolks in the glass
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    We add banana pieces into the glass as well
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    The container should no more than half-full when all of the ingredients are inside.
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    We beat the eggs for two to five minutes until they turn completely white
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    Some banana pieces may add spots into the white mass, but that is fine. If we did not add any bananas, then the dish should be solid white.
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    At this step, we can experiment and add cinnamon, cocoa powder, syrup, etc
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    By the time we finish beating the mass, the glass might be four-fifths full
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    Serve and eat while the dish is still cold
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This was a tutorial on how to make the Gogol-mogol dish. If you want to learn more, comment on the dish, or ask something, then please use the section below to leave your comment. Thank you for watching VisiHow!

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Categories : Beverages, Drinks, Smoothies, & Cocktails

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