Chinese Bubble tea is one of those things that was a distinct part of my childhood. Spending an afternoon in the city with my mom? How far is Chinatown anyways? Because…you know…we could grab some bubble tea. Plus, my discovery a few years back that you could actually BUY the black tapioca pearls at Asian grocery store makes this recipe a must for any ardent bubble tea lover.
How to Make Bubble Tea (Boba Tea, 珍珠奶茶)
Bubble Tea Recipe, A Chinese Favorite | The Woks of Life
How have you been enjoying your milk tea? Whether you're a longtime fan or a newbie interested in trying out a few new drinks, you'll be pleasantly surprised with the milk tea recipes we have for you. Milk is one of the most popular coffee and tea additives in the world. Due to its natural sugars known as lactose , it adds sweetness. Milk with fat in it e.
Bubble Tea Recipe, A Chinese Favorite
One thing is to follow the directions that are provided on the bag of tapioca bubbles you buy mine said to boil for minutes, simmer for minutes or more then cool in cold water for 20 seconds but I would still soak them in the brown sugar syrup unless you like the boiled water taste.. When making the boba or the bubbles let them soak in honey and sugar. It makes them taste 10x better than plain boba. We and our partners use technology such as cookies on our site to personalize content and ads, provide social media features, and analyze our traffic. Click below to consent to the use of this technology across the web.
It has a smooth, creamy texture thanks to the evaporated milk or, if you opt for sweetened, condensed milk, it becomes beguilingly sweet and full-flavored. As the name says, milk tea originated in Hong Kong. It is called "milk tea" to distinguish it from "Chinese tea", which is served plain. Its taste is, as can be expected, sweeter than ordinary milk tea.