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Tapioca Kueh (木薯糕)

I was very curious about tapioca, cos I have never met this vegetable? in my hometown. And am also very curious about this tapioca cake.

Ingredients:

tapioca 1 kg (I bought 1 pack from supermarket, already peeled)

Tapioca flour 4 tbsp

salt 1 pinch

sugar 200g

eggs 2

coconut milk 400 ml

 

1, Cut tapioca into long strips and remove the hard core in the center.

2, Grate them into shreds.

3, Put all tapioca shreds into a very big bowl.

4, Stir in sugar and salt. Mix well.

5, Beat in eggs, completely combine them together.

6, Add in coconut milk and stir evenly.

7, Preheat oven to 200 degree C

8, Pour all the tapioca batter into a baking tray.

9, Into the oven and bake for 1 hour, or till the surface becomes golden brown.

10, Let it cool down and cut into squares.

Homemade Pearl for Milk Tea

My husband is crazy for milk tea. He can drink everyday without feeling tired off it. And now he starts to make his own milk tea at home. He never shows so much interest in kitchen, from which I can tell milk tea is really his true love. Yet, he is a bit frustrated since his homemade milk tea tastes different from the one bought at milk tea shop. And one big difference is he doesn’t have his favorite pearl. Seen his not-so-happy face, I decide to try make pearl for him.

Ingredients

Tapioca flour 100g

Water 65g

Brown sugar 45g

1. Pour water in sauce pan. Add brown sugar in it. Sugar in darker color will be better. I just happen to have not enough brown sugar, so I used some raw sugar instead. Color of pearl is very light.

2. Bring water to boil and make sure all the sugar dissolves.

3. Pour water into tapioca flour. Mix by chopsticks since it is very hot. Use hand when the flour cools down a little bit.

4. Make all ingredients into a dough. Roll the dough into a long strip. Divide it into small round pearls.

5. Boil a pot of water. Add pearls in. Wait till pearls float up. Cover with the lid. Turn to low heat and simmer for around 5 mins or till pearls are completely cooked.

6. Soak cooked pearls in cold water. Drain and add into milk tea.