[Powder • Round • Bomb] The trait changes between the brown sugar and the cassava pearls. The color of the black and brown Q bombs is strong, and it is very good to mix the juice with you. (No longer worry about the non-dairy creamer made of hydrogenated vegetable oil, don't worry about the black pearl made of plastic, don't worry about the synthesis of the raw material of the washing powder.)
Brown sugar and water are boiled in the pot until the sugar is completely melted.
Pour the hot brown sugar into the tapioca powder little by little, stir it evenly with chopsticks, and the dough will become sticky when it is hot water. Stir constantly until it forms a dough that will not stick to the hand. You can sprinkle some cassava dry powder to help. And noodles.
After the dough is covered, cover the plastic wrap to prevent the surface from drying out. Take out a small dough and start to form a small circle, which is about a little larger than the soybean.
The simmered small balls are placed in the basin of the cassava powder, and they turn like a swaying scorpion, so that they are not afraid to stick together.
Take another small pot and pour in half a pot of water to cook.
After the water is opened, put the small cassava meatballs in and stir to avoid sticking to the bottom. Cover the lid and keep the water open for about 20 minutes. You will find that the balls are floating, and then keep the lid open for 20 minutes.
The boiled pearls are picked up and placed in the brown sugar water in step 1. At this time, the bowl of brown sugar water is already cold. Or directly soak the cooked pearls in cold water.
Place the cassava pearls in the drink you want to drink as needed.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. This is the second time to make a pearl. After changing the method, the pearl is successfully made in one time. The taste is Q sweet and the veritable healthy food. The extra pearls can be frozen and stored, and laid flat on the plate until they are frozen.