Quick-Cooking Tapioca or Dry Tapioca Pearl Cooking Methods
Tapioca Pudding is definitely considered a comfort food to most Americans. My husband loves Tapioca Pudding and could eat it every day!
I have provided instructions for cooking with dry tapioca pearls or quick-cooking tapioca. By using the quick-cooking tapioca, you save time as it only takes a few minutes to bring the tapioca mixture to a boil. Just let cool and you have a delicious tapioca pudding dessert to serve your family. When cooking with dry tapioca pearls, it’s best to let the tapioca pearls to sit in the milk overnight to soften. A great option is to use coconut milk and egg substitute which changes the flavor and makes this a favorite vegan dessert as well.
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Tapioca Pudding Recipe
Do eggs need to be tempered first before adding? – If the eggs are added to the cool ingredients at the beginning before the cooking stage starts, then eggs do not need to be tempered.