Tapioca pearls

Tapioca maker
For preparing tapioca from tapioca dough
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    Tapioca pearls 3 kg
    High quality and chewy tapioca pearls
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      Black tapioca Pearls

      Looking for tapioca pearls? Than you are at the right address, Tapioca pearls are perfect for serving in bubble tea, have a chewy structure and a trendy image. The tapioca pearls at Inspire Food Company have a smaller diameter of 8,5mm, resulting in less preparation time and preventing the straw in your bubble tea from clogging up. Our uncooked tapioca pearls are hard and have a lightbrown colour. When you cook them they become hard and chewy.

      The advantages of our tapioca pearls:

      • - 9 months expiry -
      • - Nice and chewy bubble effect -

       

      How do you prepare tapioca pearls ?

      You prepare Tapioca pearls using boiling hot water. Let them cook for about 30 minutes and let them rest for another 20 minutes and they are done, depeding on your preferred recipe. We advise you not to add the uncooked tapioca in cold water as they might partially dissolve. After cooking the tapioca pearls, rinse them in cold water and they are ready for use!

       

      Ordering Tapioca pearls at Inspire Food Company

      Inspire Food Company supplies tapioca pearls and other bubble tea products of premium quality. We supply both individuals as well as businesses and our products are therefor available in both boxes and full pallets. Why order at us? We guarantee premium quality, fast delivery and excellent service. You can easily order using our webshop. Register an account or make a one time purchase, fill out your details, choose your preferred payment method. You can choose to pay with iDEAL, Payapl, Visa or bank transfer.

      Do you have additional questions or would you like to receive advice? You can always email us at info@inspirefoodcompany.com. You can call us on +31 (0)302271810 .

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