BAKING AND DESSERT

TAPIOCA PEARL in COCONUT MILK or “GINATAANG SAGO”

👩‍🍳Here I cooked tapioca pearl in coconut milk with corn kernels, small potatoes, banana and added sugar and purple yam extract to have a purple colour as a sweet tooth for today. It’s been a while seen I prepared this sweetened tapioca pearl. Tapioca or tapioca starch is an almost tasteless starch that is made from the processed and dried cassava root. … Tapioca can be used as an ingredient in cooking, similar to potato or corn starch or sago. As we all know, Tapioca pearls are made from the starch of manioc, the roots of a shrub that was originally native to South or Central America. The raw pearls must be cooked before consumption. In about 30 minutes, they will take on a clear, jelly-like consistency. Tapioca pearls are made from the starch of manioc, the roots of a shrub that was originally native to South or Central America. The raw pearls must be cooked before consumption. In about 30 minutes, they will take on a clear, jelly-like consistency.

Tapioca Pearl in coconut milk or Ginataang sago

YOU NEED…….

200g Tapioca Pearl

3pieces Banana 🍌

1glass of Nata de Coco

1can of Corn 🌽 Kernels

Some Sugar

8pieces of small Potatoes 🥔

400ml Coconut 🥥 Milk

Few drops of Purple Yam Extract

HOW TO…….

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