Lychee Boba / Bubble Tea Tapioca Pearls D.I.Y. Ready in 5 Minutes

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5 Minute Boba Tea Pearls:

Description:
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Tapioca Pearls, about the size of pearls or small marbles, with a consistency somewhat like gummy candy, are used to make Bubble Tea drinks. Bubble Tea (or Boba Tea) is an Asian sweet iced tea in which the tapioca pearls sit at the bottom of a clear plastic cup with a fat serving straw.

Fresh fruits, milk and or flavored syrups are usually added to create a vast array of flavors. Either black or green tea can be used and popular flavors include milk tea, almond milk tea, taro and coconut. Bubble Tea Fruit Iced Tea flavors include kumquat, passion fruit, apple, orange, star fruit, strawberry, lychee, mango, peppermint, lemon and kiwi.

To cook Tapioca Pearl: Bring 10 cups of water for each 1 cup of tapioca pearl in a large pot to a boil. Pour tapioca pearl into the water slowly, stir gently. After tapioca pearl becomes plump, turn to medium heat and cover the pot for 5 minutes. Scoop the tapioca pearl out and it is ready to serve with Boba Tea drink or mix with honey or syrup.

Instructions:
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Instructions: Boil for 5 minutes, drain, rinse, enjoy.

What is Boba?
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Boba Tea, also known as Boba or Bubble Tea is a Taiwanese, tea based drink which often contains tapioca, known as Boba, or Tapioca Pearls at the bottom of the cup. These Boba are sucked up through an extra-large straw and are chewy, kind of like a gummy bear. It is unclear exactly when or who invented Boba, but we do know where, Taichung Taiwan sometime in the 1980’s. Most Boba / Bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk. Some popular flavors are: Honeydew Melon, Taro and Matcha Green Tea Latte. The Boba is served most often cold, sometimes hot, and blended like a smoothie or shaken like a cocktail. There are hundreds of variants of the drink, the most popular Boba / Bubble Tea drink is milk tea with tapioca pearls. There are also variations of Boba, mostly with the color being or dark brown. The Boba has a very mild sweet taste. Some shops also add flavored gelatin, also called jellies, to the bottom of the cup. The newest type of Boba are called “popping Boba”, pearl sized beads filled with fruit flavored syrup, that pop when you bite them.

Boba shops are popping up all over the world. One Boba drink will set you back about $6.00 on average. Quality will vary from shop to shop, but at Buddha Bubbles Boba, we pride ourselves on not only the highest quality, but also the most amazing taste. So…have a Boba today and smile.