It’s time to learn how to make your own taho at home. You don’t have to wait for the vendor to shout “tahooo” just to satisfy your cravings. With this homemade version of taho, we will only be using soy milk and a bit of gelatin powder to recreate it. Although the actual process of making soya requires grinding of soy beans etc., this one requires less process and faster preparation.
Here’s how to make Homemade Taho:
1L Soy Milk
1 cup Tapioca Pearls
1 cup Brown Sugar
3/4 cup Gelatin Powder (white)
- Cook the tapioca pearls. Boil a good amount of water in a pot. When it starts to boil, pour in the pearls. Change the heat to high until it’s cooked. Drain the water and set it aside.
- In the same pot, pour in the soy milk, then the gelatin powder. Stir until it gelatin is completely dissolved. Turn the heat on (low) and let it simmer for about 3 minutes. Pour in a bowl and refrigerate.
- Prepare the arnibal or the syrup. On the same pot, pour in 1 cup brown sugar and 1 cup water. Stir to dissolve the sugar completely. Turn the heat on. When water starts to reduce, it’s done. Let it cool.
- Prepare a glass, pour in the arnibal first, then scoop or scrape some soya, then add the tapioca pearls. Pour another layer of syrup, soya and tapioca pearls.
Note from Delish:
You can find different kinds of soya milk in the market. Some are already sweet and some have flavors on it. That all depends on what you like. Just use white gelatin powder but don’t put too much if you want that soft watery texture of soya.
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