Small Pearl Tapioca
Our Customers Thought
makes beautiful and flavorful pudding.Elaine, Star Valley Ranch, WY
This small tapioca is just the ticket for a super dessert. Recipe was so easy to follow and the results were fabulous.Janet, Huntsville, AL
Thank you for having this old-style tapioca. I haven't been able to find small pearl tapioca in grocery stores for years - just the granulated instant stuff that doesn't even come close to resembling what tapioca pudding should be. Guess most people are too lazy to take the time it takes to recreate this great treat from the past! I do, however, prefer to drain off the milk used to cook the tapioca until it is clear and rubbery and then add the tapioca to my own home-cooked vanilla cornstarch pudding. That way, I can enjoy those little rubbery balls in all their glory along with nice, smooth cornstarch pudding, with egg yokes added for the yellow color. Sometimes, I fold in beaten, sweetened egg whites to the hot pudding mixture for a fluffy texture. I don't care to utilize the original milk mixture used to cook the tapioca; to me, it's too grainy and starchy. No matter how you fix it, this pudding is sure to please! Thank you, again!Pam, Athens, GA
Delivery was very fast and efficient. Haven't tried the product yet but I hope it is goodLinda, Hempstead, TX
Love the pearls. Best tapioca ever. Can you use the small pearls for bubbly tea though?Lucy, Spring, TX
Haven't tried this yet but I'm sure it will make great pudding just as the large tapioca does. Can't wait.Janet, Huntsville, AL
Going to be interesting to try. CAn't really say if they are good or not. Takes a little longer to fix than what I like.Dorothy, Gilbert, AZ
I got 2 bags of the small should have bought one largepatricia, Howell, MI
Look good haven't used it yetM, Tucson, AZ
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Tapioca. Directions: Soak 1/2 cup of tapioca overnight in 1 1/2 cups cold water. 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 11g (~0.4 oz.)
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