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Simple Way to Make Favorite Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls

Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls. Trying to re-create the popular desserts. Using a very cheap ingredients but the process was quite tedious 😄 but everyone likes. Then transfer the balls into a cold water (they shrink to original size immediately).

Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls A popular Taiwanese Asian boba drink combines milk tea or flavor powder with cooked tapioca pearls, boba. Wanna know how to cook the best and fastest boba? Try out this instant pot boba recipe.

Hey everyone, it's Brad, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we're going to make a distinctive dish, taiwanese dessert - boba pearls. One of my favorites. This time, I am going to make it a bit tasty. This will be really delicious.

Trying to re-create the popular desserts. Using a very cheap ingredients but the process was quite tedious 😄 but everyone likes. Then transfer the balls into a cold water (they shrink to original size immediately).

Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls is one of the most well liked of current trending meals on earth. It's simple, it's fast, it tastes delicious. It is enjoyed by millions every day. They're nice and they look wonderful. Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls is something that I have loved my whole life.

To get started with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can cook taiwanese dessert - boba pearls using 12 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls:

  1. {Get of Boba Pearls.
  2. {Take 1 cup of or about 135 gr tapioca starch + 2 more tbsp for dusting and coating.
  3. {Prepare 6 tbsp of water/90 ml water.
  4. {Make ready 60 gr of brown sugar.
  5. {Get of For the syrup:.
  6. {Prepare 1 cup of brown sugar.
  7. {Take 1 of brown sugar slab.
  8. {Prepare 100 ml of water.
  9. {Prepare of Taro Balls.
  10. {Get 300 gr of Sweet potatoes(purple/yellow)/yam/pumpkin.
  11. {Take 50 gr of Sugar.
  12. {Make ready 150 gr of Tapioca flour.

With chewy tapioca pearls swimming in a blend of sweet milky goodness and an oversized straw to top of off - ah - it is incredibly addictive!! Topped with soft, chewy tapioca boba pearls that slides down with the flowy Thai milk tea lava and complemented well with the soft and fluffy texture of the lava cake. These are usually black due to the brown sugar mixed in with the tapioca. Green pearls have a small hint of green tea flavor and are chewier than the traditional tapioca balls.

Steps to make Taiwanese Dessert - Boba Pearls:

  1. In a small pot, slightly heat the water and dissolve brown sugar over slowest fire (to avoid too much water lost). Make sure the sugar is dissolved. Heat the liquid to a boiling and then use slowest fire. Now, add 1/2 of the tapioca starch in and mix quickly (Count 6 to 7seconds). Turn off the fire or remove from fire and add the remaining 1/2 of the tapioca starch. Mix until gathered. Quick during the process..
  2. Place the remaining flour on an operation board. Transfer the smooth paste in and knead into a dough with the help of a scraper blade. At first, it might be slightly sticky. Continue kneading until smooth. Be quick during the process. The dough becomes hard to control when cool down completely..
  3. Divide the dough into 4 portions. Remember to cover the other three with plastic bag. Then shape one portion into a long log (around 1.5 cm in diameter), cut the log into small cubes..
  4. Round each small squares to small balls (be patient and do not require prefect roundness)..
  5. In a large plate, spread some flour and coat each ball with enough flour to avoid sticking to each other. After finish all of the pearls, shift the extra flour off. You can now package in air-tight bags and freeze for later use..
  6. For the syrup: In a small pot, melt 2 slices of brown sugar slab and 1cup brown sugar with 100ml water in a small pot. Heat until there are large bubbles. Or you can simply use brown sugar syrup..
  7. Bring a large pot of water (at least 6 times of the volume of the pearls) and cook the pears for 20 to 30 minutes. Then transfer the balls into a cold water (they shrink to original size immediately). Wash under running water. Drain and mix with 2 tablespoons of brown sugar syrup or honey (or sugar) to avoid sticky together..
  8. For the taro ball: steam the sweet potatoes until soft. Once it is cooked and warm, mash it and mix with sugar. Mix with tapioca flour (little by little).
  9. Transfer it to the floured surface and knead until it forms to a non-sticky dough..
  10. Take a portion of dough, roll it out into a log about 2-cm in diameter. Cut them into pieces, dust the cut pieces generously with tapioca flour (so they won’t stick to one another)..
  11. To cook taro balls, bring a pot of water to boil, add taro balls and keep stirring (so that they won’t stick). Continue boiling for another 2-3 min after taro balls float on the surface. Transfer drained taro balls to a bowl of ice water to cool down (this way they’ll be chewier.
  12. To serve: arrange boba pearls, taro balls, jelly (cook as per instruction) and ice cream 🍨. You can add grassjelly, sweetened red bean, milk, drizzle with honey etc..

Boba Thai Iced Tea Popsicles Pineapple and Coconut. coconut milk, simple syrup, tea bags, tapioca pearls. You can buy tapioca pearls or boba from Walmart or Amazon (or your local Taiwanese store) then make the tea with a blend of your favorite black tea, sweetener, and half and half or non-dairy substitute. Just add ice and a wide straw, and you can have your favorite treat anytime! It's very easy to make, only requiring three main ingredients - taro, sago/small pearl tapioca and coconut milk. It can be served warm or cold.

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