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Title: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on August 19, 2012, 08:15:09 am
We had this (http://journalofafrenchfoodie.com/2012/08/) for lunch today and it was really nice.(Verrine Tapioca) I made some of MJ's rasberry jelly and put it on the top as well and a splot of cream. Very easy, can be made the day before and is well worth it.

Members' comments
Denzelmum -Nice and easy, mango puree would be nice too.  Unfortunately I'm the only one who it tapioca in the house, better share this with friends.

KarenH - so very easy and yummy!  I had some of Tenina's Berry Lime Coulis in the freezer, and used this for the sauce on the top.  Absolutely sensational!  Thanks cookie for drawing this one to my attention.  I love tapioca!

Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: knittercook on August 19, 2012, 08:59:37 pm
This link works better

http://journalofafrenchfoodie.com/2012/08/08/tapioca-verrines-and-raspberry-coulis/

Looks delicious  :)
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: fundj&e on August 19, 2012, 10:06:29 pm
i made a tapioca lemon pudding in  *:  last week and i think i like it  :-)) it  looks like a thick jelly is that what it should looks like ?



 
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: knittercook on August 19, 2012, 10:11:51 pm
I am used to Tapioca being less jelly like but it does 'expand' with the liquid and when it sits around a while.  Which recipe did you use, looks yummy!
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: fundj&e on August 19, 2012, 10:18:22 pm
i could not find one of the forum so i just used the recipe on the pkt
this is how i made it

 Set time for 20mins
Add to bowl
cup Tapioca seed
2 cup of water
Cook on varom on speed 1
At  15 min bring temp down  50
At 10 mins add cup sugar
At 5 mins add tbl butter
At  3 mins add 1 tbl of golden syrup then add juice of lemon and the rind of 1 lemon

if i make it again i will add everthing at 10mis
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: knittercook on August 19, 2012, 10:44:58 pm
That iis why it is jelly like, no milk and/or cream.

Thanks for the recipe  ;D
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: fundj&e on August 19, 2012, 10:55:58 pm
thanks KC  ;D
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on August 20, 2012, 06:41:10 am
Thanks for the better link knitter cook.. :)
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: Denzelmum on November 09, 2012, 09:50:57 am
Nice and easy, mango puree would be nice too.  Unfortunately I'm the only one who it tapioca in the house, better share this with friends.
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: KarenH on November 17, 2012, 04:03:45 am
I just made these - so very easy and yummy!  I had some of Tenina's Berry Lime Coulis in the freezer, and used this for the sauce on the top.  Absolutely sensational!  Thanks cookie for drawing this one to my attention.  I love tapioca!
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on November 17, 2012, 11:59:57 am
Me too.
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: Greyhoundmum on November 17, 2012, 01:53:09 pm
please excuse my ignorance!!! I have some sago in the pantry is that the same or similar to tapioca?????
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: judydawn on November 18, 2012, 02:11:38 am
This will explain it better than I could GHM.

Just for the record; sago and tapoca are not the same thing. Sago is made from the starchy core of a certain type of palm tree, and tapioca is made from the roots of the cassava/manioc plant. These roots must be treated to remove the hydro-cyanic acid which they contain. Indigenously, this is done by pounding the roots, commercially a similar technique is used but on a larger scale. However, as both sago and tapioca are basically no more than refined starch, the outcome of both dishes when cooked is very similar.

I've seen them pounding the roots in some country we visited on a cruise many years ago - it made me wonder who came up with the idea in the first place :P
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: nonomix on June 11, 2013, 02:04:17 pm
Thanks Cookie for the link and trying out the recipe! It is indeed delicious for those who like tapioca  :)
Denzelmum, thanks for posting your picture! I'm learning something new everyday, had never heard of sago before!
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on June 12, 2013, 03:51:19 am
Mmmm. I think it may be time to make this again.
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: sue_h on July 28, 2014, 11:49:41 am
Made this tonight as per the ingredients and instructions. Just forgot the lemon rind. Might try blitzing the lemon rind first next time, or do you think it might go a bitter during the cooking process? Heard the "yummy, yummy, mummy" response so I guess that's a thumbs up from everyone.
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on July 28, 2014, 12:18:26 pm
I tend to use a zoster for lemon rind most times.
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on September 11, 2020, 09:11:18 am
The link for this recipe is no longer available. I'd love to make it again. I don't suppose anyone copied the recipe please?
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: judydawn on September 12, 2020, 01:47:03 am
Hopefully someone who has made it has a copy cookie, what a pity her website is closed down.
Title: Re: Delicious Tapioca Dessert from Nonomix
Post by: cookie1 on September 12, 2020, 12:16:49 pm
It is. I had made a couple of things from her website.