Author Notes: It's a quite quick and easily made dessert, especially good after a quite spicy main course as Tapioca is good for digestion. If you want a less fluid dessert, you may reduce the amount of water. This dessert can also be drunk, hence adding more water while boiling. If you wish to have a sweeter dessert, you may add in sugar as per taste. —Madevi NARRAINEN
Serves: 15 bowls
grams Sweetened Condensed Milk
grams Coconut milk
- In a big pan, add the water to the tapioca and put to the boil, stirring the mixture continually to avoid sticking to the bottom of the pan.
- You know that the tapioca balls are properly cooked when they turn from opaque white to translucent.
- Lower the heat, add in the coconut milk and sweetened condensed milk and mix well for some time, until it becomes a nice milky dessert.
- Fruits of your choice, cut in slices or cubes may be mixed before refrigerating. However it can also be taken warm e.g. in winter.
- Serve in dessert bowls.