Chinese Bubble tea is one of those things that was a distinct part of my childhood. Spending an afternoon in the city with my mom? How far is Chinatown anyways? Because…you know…we could grab some bubble tea. Plus, my discovery a few years back that you could actually BUY the black tapioca pearls at Asian grocery store makes this recipe a must for any ardent bubble tea lover.
It has a smooth, creamy texture thanks to the evaporated milk or, if you opt for sweetened, condensed milk, it becomes beguilingly sweet and full-flavored. As the name says, milk tea originated in Hong Kong. It is called "milk tea" to distinguish it from "Chinese tea", which is served plain. Its taste is, as can be expected, sweeter than ordinary milk tea. The taste and texture of 'Hong Kong' style milk tea might be influenced by the milk used. Below is an easy variation on classic Hong Kong-style milk tea recipes.
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Have you ever wanted to learn How to Make Bubble Tea? With shops selling this hip and trendy iced beverage on practically every street corner these days, I thought it would be fun to share everything I know about Bubble Tea with you guys. Bubble tea is a Taiwanese tea-based beverage that goes by names such as, milk tea, pearl tea, tapioca tea, boba tea, boba nai cha, foam milk tea, and several others. Invented in the s, the exact story on who invented Bubble Tea is somewhat debated, however, it is believed that Ms.