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Green and refreshing bubble tea!
I first discovered bubble tea on a trip to Canada last year and I've been missing it ever since. So, I took a trip to my local Chinese supermarket and decided to make up my own recipe.

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  • How to make an iced tea. Green Apple Bubble Tea - Step 1
    Step 1

    Make a cup of tea just like you normally would, using one tea bag and then leave in the fridge to cool.

  • How to make an iced tea. Green Apple Bubble Tea - Step 2
    Step 2

    Take a plastic, take-out cup and pop the sago balls in. If you can't find sago anywhere (it can be tricky to find) you could substitute them for tapioca balls or even green grass jelly.

  • How to make an iced tea. Green Apple Bubble Tea - Step 3
    Step 3

    Pour in the cooled tea.

  • How to make an iced tea. Green Apple Bubble Tea - Step 4
    Step 4

    Top up with apple juice, mix up and enjoy!

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rock3r1
rock3r1
I LOVE Bubble tea, and I always find it difficult to keep the tapioca balls chewy (I usually take them to go and etc) Do you have any advice to help keep the pearls chewy? (I also use the 5 minute types-I don't have too much time in the morning to make the 1 hour type, if that narrows down more choices.)
rock3r1
rock3r1
*less choices, sorry XD
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Venturalily
Venturalily · Gisborne, Gisborne, NZ
YUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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♥.Pe@chy=]
♥.Pe@chy=] · Southern, Virginia, US
oh gosh! when i lived in hawaii, i had some of this stuff=]
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little miss sushi
little miss sushi · 4 projects
Just saying bubble tea is fab!!!
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LunaLupinTonks
LunaLupinTonks · Kansas City, Missouri, US
Bubble tea!
if you are lazy and live in Cambridge, MA go to Tealuxe or Boston Tea Stop!
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Rachel Elizabeth
Rachel Elizabeth · Thomasville, Georgia, US · 6 projects
This sounds tasty. I'll just have to find somewhere that carries the Sago/Tapioca balls though.
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Grace D
Grace D · London, GB · 83 projects
Could you make jelly and put it in ??
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Anny
Anny · 3 projects
Bubble teas are the hottest craze here in my country (Philippines), because there are a lot of Chinese travelling around Manila... I love Bubble teas too! ;) It's really awesome. My favorite is Almond Pearl Milk Tea, and Mint Bubble teaHappy
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Jacqueline Y.
Jacqueline Y. · Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, MY · 6 projects
simple,easy n nice ;-)
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1398 projects
Roma - the jelly bits don't really taste like anything, they just add a jelly texture to it.

Lola - that's okay, I had never heard of them before I tried it. They're basically these little balls like jelly, have a look in a Chinese supermarket, if there's one near you. You could just dice up some normal jelly in to cubes and use that as an alternative.
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