First, dig the flowing tapioca from the pot and put it in a thick-bottomed milk pot, and add the right amount of hot water (just a little bit just enough to moisten)
Heat the cassava powder with medium heat and stir until the cassava powder gets hot and get away from the fire. Pick up a small quick cassava powder and fill it with a soft dough. After a small, fast, a little quick join, fill it up. Complete dough. If the kneaded dough is too wet, add a little bit of tapioca powder. Be sure to add a small amount of small amount. If it is too dry, stick a little hot water with your fingers and knead it into the dough until the dough is soft and not sticky. .
The addition of cassava flour to water is mostly because the hot water that was initially added is not hot enough, and the dough cannot be cooked until it is changed to the same state as the water.