Large Pearl Tapioca
Our Customers Thought
These were fine as were the procedures from Nuts, Inc. for receiving them. I have let the company know that they are not really what I'd consider "large." The really "large" of my childhood now apparently only exist in the word of the darker "bubble tea" tapioca, so I am going to try them to see if they will work. If anyone is looking for "large" as they were until about 15 years ago--the are not "them," though they are a perfectly good product! I used 'em to make my old fashioned chocolate "Tapioca Balls" for my family reunion--all from scratch--right down to hand-whipping the whipped cream! Tasted fine--just want larger!Ed, Coshocton, OH
Good as alwaysMelanie, Canton, IL
GoodKay, Phoenix, AZ
great stuffWayne, Morgan City, LA
Love this place!!Lucy, Spring, TX
Can't wait to make the Old Fashioned Tapioca pudding! Thank youKatrina, Sheffield Lake, OH
were worth the wait please check your cooking instructions that calls for 3/ cup sugar twice ( as I read & understand )Wayne, Morgan City, LA
So glad for the availability and quality. Thank you. SUCH quick delivery! Not a bit of a problem for us, but you might like to know the bag had broken--easy to retrieve.Gwenell, Edmonds, WA
I absolutely love this product, my German sisters-in-law made Tapioca Pudding that was to die for and now I can make it too.Janet, Huntsville, AL
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Pearl Tapioca. For a great Pudding: Mix 1 qt. milk and 3/4 cup sugar. Bring to boil. Drain water off tapioca, add tapioca to milk. Cook and stir till tapioca is clear (at least 30 min.) Then combine 3 beaten eggs, 3/4 cup sugar and 3/4 tsp. vanilla. Add to above mixture and bring to a full boil. Makes about 2 quarts. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 152g (~5.4 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: Brazil