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TARO MILK TEA RECIPE

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TARO MILK TEA RECIPE – Bubble tea which is also known as pearl milk tea or boba milk tea is a Taiwan originated tea-based drink. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed/shaken with chewy tapioca balls or pearls. The “bubble” refers to the foam created by shaking the tea. In addition, there are fruit flavors which can be added into bubble tea for examples strawberry, lychee, green apple, lemon, passion fruit, mango, and grape. Meanwhile for non-fruit flavors most of them are for instances taro, coffee, mocha, pudding, chocolate, and almond.

Have you tasted the delicious boba tea to which taro is added? Yup, taro powder gives this bubble tea its purple color. If you ever think that getting a cup of taro milk tea is hard because it takes your time maybe an hour away to go the tea shop, why don’t try to make it at home? With just a little time and the right ingredients, turn your kitchen into a tea shop! Here is a quick easy recipe to drink the famous taro milk tea at home. This simple recipe will please your bubble tea obsession. Give it a try and you’ll know how yummy this unique sweet drink can be.

A tips for you can easily substitute the creamer with milk or almond milk to match the flavor preferences of your friends or family.

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Ingredients

  • 70 grams taro powder
  • 180 ml hot water
  • 2-3 tbsp creamer or low fat milk
  • 2-4 tbsp liquid sugar
  • 60 grams ice cubes
  • Tapioca pearls

Directions

  1. Firstly, combine powder taro and hot water. Stir until everything is completely dissolved.
  2. After that, pour into the shaker glass, add creamer or low fat milk and liquid sugar.
  3. Lastly, add ice cubes and shake until dissolved. Serve over tapioca pearls which already prepared in serving glasses. You can add toppings such as egg-pudding or taro pudding to your taro milk tea. Cheers!

For your information, taro is originated from the tropical regions of South India and South Asia but has been cultivated all over the world. The naturally sweet and nutty flavor makes taro really popular across the world to which it can be found in various dishes. Not only has popular taste but taro also contains many nutrients. It is high in potassium and fiber which help you manage your weigh.  In addition, taro also provides you Vitamin E which acts like antioxidants that protects your cells.

 

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