Taro Milk Tea Recipe
Jenny and Pam
What is Taro?
Taro plant (pronounced tah-row) is a root plant known for having a purplish colour. It's native the Southeast Asia and India, but is now widely used across the world (with a popular use being for Taro Milk Tea drinks).
The sweet, rich, and creamy Taro drink is one of the most popular flavours in the bubble tea world, easily recognisable for its pastel purple hue and is LOVED by many with their first sip.
How to Make Taro Milk Tea?
You're going to love this Taro bubble tea recipe for a delicious cup of homemade Taro milk tea! To make this recipe you will need ingredients that can be found in our delicious packs, sourced directly from Taiwan - the home of bubble teas.
Feel free to adjust to suit your own taste (especially the fructose)!
Let's get into it! :)
3 Tablespoon of Taro Flavoured Powder
1.5 Tablespoon Creamer
3 Teaspoon Fructose
2 Tablespoon Tapioca Pearls
1/2 Cup of Ice
Let's make the pearls:
Prepare 360 ml of water in a pot and bring to a boil over a stove.
Put pearls into the boiling water.
Cook over a low flame and stir occasionally for 20 minutes or until your desired chewiness.
Drain the water.
Let's make the Taro Flavoured Milk tea:
Mix the Taro powder in 250 ml of hot water and stir until dissolved.
Stir in the creamer and then add fructose to your desired sweetness. Stir until the creamy taro powder is dissolved.
Place half a glass of ice into a cup.
Pour in the cooked tapioca pearls.
Pour in the Taro Flavoured Milk Tea
Aand you're finished!
Your own Taro DIY Milk Tea is finished and it should have a beautiful pastel purple hue which is perfect for the gram. Tag @bubbleteaclubau.
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Calories: 286, Carbs: 65 grams, Sodium: 174 milligrams