A super-simplified version of pearl milk tea
Use sago instead of pearls, it is more suitable for small pots.
Sago is three or four times larger in volume when cooked, so be careful not to use too much for the little ones. Put it into cold water and boil it, then turn down the heat and simmer slowly.
Take a piece of Pu-erh tea cake and wash it with boiling water, otherwise there will be too many impurities. After washing it, pour in the milk, add a little water, or even no water at all, add the rock sugar, add the amount according to your taste. Bring to a boil and then turn down the heat.
Already you see the milk changing color slightly. Continue to boil. Milk boils very easily, so don’t make a mistake.
When the milk is the right color, turn off the heat and cover with a lid, and cook for 10 minutes.
When the sago is still a little bit white in the middle, turn off the heat and cover with a lid, smother for 10 minutes.
Cooked just about to this point. Very sticky there.
Prepare the container, add the pearls, strain through a strainer and pour in the milk tea, stir well and finish. It’s a great way to get a great deal more than just a little bit of fun.