What is your perfect milk milk tea recipe reddit tea recipe Cooking
October 11, 2021
I always just try using as much condensed milk as possible though
Crush 1 clove and 2 black peppers and add to tea
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The richness comes from nutmeg. DO NOT ADD CINNAMON.
I don’t know what you are referring to, but in India we have this tea, atleast twice a day.. here is the recipe.
1/4 cup raw Tapioca Pearls/Boba boiled in 2-3 cups of water –
Bring 1 liter of water to water to a boil. Once boiling, turn off the heat and add 8 or 9 bags of black tea , and steep for 5 minutes. Remove the tea bags and stir in 1/4 cup of non-diary powdered creamer and a rounded 1/3 cup of sugar and continue to mix until it is dissolved. Transfer to the fridge to cool and serve without ice as it is best when not diluted.
strain through a metal mesh and enjoy hot.
Boil till the tea leaves expand and liquid turns dark red
Not exactly the bubble tea stuff, but if you up for trying something new:
I’ve come to settle on the following to reproduce the milk tea offered at the limited Taiwanese-style bubble tea places near me.
Bubble tea shop milk tea is mostly sugar. I work in one and here’s the general recipe:
those bubble tea stores, no matter how much they say it’s natural, almost always add some sort of artificial sweeteners or other flavorings that home cooks wouldn’t be able to get otherwise!
I don’t know if this is what you are talking about but I learned in Kenya that you take 1 gallon of whole milk and a heaping spoon full of loose leaf tea bring to a boil but don’t boil. Serve with raw sugar.
I asked a similar question a few months ago. While the suggestions were great, the real kind of milk tea you’re after is likely the lower quality kind which uses inexpensive ingredients. There’s nothing wrong with that as it taste great. Hopefully the shops you visit aren’t going the even cheaper route of using milk tea flavored powder and plain water.
Add 2-3 tbsp hot water to the matcha and mix well – I suggest using a milk frother! Or if you don’t have that, a whisk.
If you like matcha/green tea flavors, and if you want milk tea that is delicious but doesn’t take too much effort or time to make, try this! I was also looking for a way to recreate my favorite drink from my local bubble tea store. I actually tried making this matcha milk tea for the first time ever today, and I was very pleased with it! I am also always looking for new suggestions though. 🙂 We can all help each other in our quest for the perfect bubble tea drink, haha.
In case anyone wants to make it a lil bit more fun, spike it with vodka. The only alcoholic drink I can stomach.
Once the milk is starting to rise, turn off the stove, and pass it through sieve
Search within r/Cooking r/Cooking Log In Sign Up User account menu Found the internet! 27 What is your perfect milk tea recipe? Close 27 Posted by 3 years ago Archived What is your perfect milk tea recipe? I’ve tried some simple recipes I got from the internet and Youtube, but it just doesn’t taste much like the milk tea I drink in bubble tea stores. Is there a way to make it taste… milk tea recipe reddit richer, but not overbearingly sweet? I’m a noob at cooking.
Add milk, tapioca pearls, and sweetener to your glass and mix. Done!
1- steep tea for a couple hours. 2- throw two heaping spoonfuls of sugar along with a heaping dose of flavored syrup and mix with hot water. Should be about 5 ounces of sugar water. 3- add 7 ounce milk, 7 ounce tea and shake with ice until cold 4- put boba in bottom of cup and pour sugar mix on top
I usually like to aerate it with either a whisk, or pour it between different containers .
Boil for 3~4 minutes on low heat. The layer of fat will split during the first boil, you simply need to stir the tea with a spoon to mix it back. If the fat is separated the tea will lose its richness.
You can also add a knob of ginger if you like that taste, its especially good if you have a cold.
Things I want to try next time: I might try a bit of condensed milk for a different sweetness. I also want to try blending it. Anyone with other suggestions please throw them this way. 🙂
Mix with a spoon when the tea starts boiling, the trick is to reduce the milk a bit when still on.low flame
Add 1 cup of milk and keep heating at low heat
View discussions in 1 other community level 1 · 3y Many of the bubble tea places near me use powdered non-dairy creamer instead of milk.
I cold brew the tea . Add about an oz of heavy whipping cream and add a little simple syrup to taste.
Place desired amount of ice into a glass and add a straw. Add the matcha mixture into the glass.
It really depends on what kind of flavor your aiming for, but I find cold brewed tea and heavy cream is a great start. Most bubble tea places use fructose flavorings, low quality tea, and powdered milks, so if you want to recreate that kind of a flavor, you may have to go to the bubble tea section of an Asian grocery store. I find good cold brew and heavy cream to be better and very rich.
add a cup of milk, bring to boil. Keep an eye on the pot because the milk boils really quickly
I like sweetened condensed milk cinnamon, cloves ,and nutmeg with black tea naturally. I think one might make it less sweet by using 1/2 Evaporated canned milk .
You can substitute the non-diary creamer with half and half, heavy cream, or condensed milk . It makes for a richer drink, but it isn’t the same as the shops as the ones I visit clearly use powdered creamer.
Pour 1 cup of milk into a container and use a milk frother to ‘fluff’ it up!
level 1 · 3y · edited 3y I cold brew about two bags of my tea from 4 to 8 hours in 8 ounces of water . I then dissolve some brown sugar in some hot water, which I then mix with 20 grams of condensed milk, and 20 grams of evaporated milk. You can adjust the milk and sugar if you like, but this is the ratio I’ve found that gives me reliable results every time.
Desired amount of sweetener – like honey, brown sugar, bubble tea shop basel