Assam Black Tea History and Use for Bubble Tea 0
Assam Black Tea
Assam Black Tea is produced in India. The tea leaf is grown at sea level and is known for it’s strong flavors and bright color. Assam makes a perfect breakfast time tea, that will give you the boost you need. The tea leaf receives its unique flavors; growing in humid temperatures and tropical climate. Assam, India and Southern China are the only two regions worldwide with native tea plants.
Delicious and Simple Mochi Recipe 0
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes
- 1½ cup water
- ½ cup sugar
- ½ cup cornstarch
- 2½ cup glutinous rice flour
- red bean paste
- toasted flour
- 4 different food colours
- In a pot combine water and sugar bring it to a boil then turn heat off, set aside.
- Divide liquid into 4 parts then add drops of food colour on each container.
- Combine cornstarch and glutinous rice flour then place ¾ cups of this mixture to each container with liquid while still hot.
- Mix the each container until it forms a smooth dough. Form a small flat circle dough roughly the size of the diameter of a drinking glass, place a heaping tablespoon of the red bean paste then seal to form a sphere. Do it with the remaining dough.
- Place in a lightly greased steamer then steam for 5 minutes.
- Remove from steamer then roll in lightly toasted flour to avoid them from sticking together. Serve, you can enjoy them hot or cold.
Try combining popping boba or jelly with your homemade mochi to explore new flavors.
- Wei Fan
Chai-Coconut Milk Boba Popsicles 0
Treat yourself right. Try this delicious recipe: Chai Coconut Milk Boba Popsicles.
Light and Fluffy Tea Crema 0
Crema is the initial light/tawny colored liquid that comes out during an tea/espresso extraction. When mixed together it creates air bubbles that combine with the drinks oils adds another layer of flavor.
What's the Most Popular Bubble Tea? 0
How to Make the Best Tapioca Boba in 7 Easy Steps 0
Ever had boba that was just too chewy or too hard? Maybe soft on the outside but strangely dense on the inside? Well say goodbye to that not-so-yummy-boba! Here is our recipe to making Tapioca Boba with the perfect consistency. Cook it for yourself at home or for your business! Plus, a small twist at the end that will defintely, definitely make you say "Holy Boba".
- Wei Fan