Monday, September 23, 2013

Thai Tapioca Pudding

After an Italian dish, today am going towards Thai cuisine. Thai foods are my personal favourite and i can die for a plate of pad thai, yes i love their foods that much. Seriously am waiting for an opportunity to visit Thailand to taste their original Thai foods.Initially Thai prawn green curry was in my list for today's recipe for my long blog marathon as am running this week's theme with International cuisine with 'T' as starting letter.But coz of my busy schedule with kids school stuffs and their extra activites i couldnt organise myself to prepared a home made Thai green paste and finally i ended up with an easy breezy,very light and fantastic refreshing dessert.

This tapioca pudding is one of the quickest dessert i have prepared, just cook some tiny tapioca pearls which i bought from the chinese store coz the tapioca pearls we use in this pudding should be very tiny than our Indian tapioca pearls aka sago. Cooked tapioca pearls topped with coconut cream and mixed fruits with some maple syrup,honey or a simple sugar syrup makes this delicious fruity pudding. I used store bought coconut cream and canned fruit cocktail to top this incredible light pudding, obviously if you dont like or dont want to use the canned one you can definitely go for a homemade thick coconut milk and chopped fresh fruits.


1/2cup Tapioca pearl (small sized)
1/2cup Coconut cream or thick coconut milk
1/2cup Fresh fruits (chopped) or canned fruits
1/4cup Maple syrup/honey/Sugar syrup

Cook the tapioca pearls with enough water until they turns transparent.

Drain the cooked water and let it cool completely.

Spoon the cooked tapioca pearls in a serving glass, top it with enough coconut cream.

Top it again with chopped fresh fruits or canned fruits.

Now drizzle generously the pudding with enough honey or maple syrup.

Let the pudding sit in fridge for an hour or two hours.

Serve chilled.

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38 comments:

  1. wow such an delicious and rich dessert :) Loving thats its a vegan dish :) makes me drool here !!

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  2. simple and delicious dessert, looks so elegant n inviting!

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  3. yummm!!!!!!!!!!!!!! simple and easy yet delicious dessert....love it!

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  4. brasilians loves tapioca puddings very much...i remembered that aftr watching ur clik..vl try sum fine day,,this is super yummy

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  5. This is the dessert we order as a family whenever we eat Thai food:-), delicious.

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  6. Topiacola pudding panrathu ippa than theriyum... Super ponga......

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  7. Wow..that looks fantastic...lovely cup and the fruit and the garnish takes the dessert to new level...super Priya.

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  8. one of my fav thai dessert.. looks yum!

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  9. wow this looks so good.. such a tasty easy dish to whip up :)

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  10. Pudding looks very delicious and yummy.

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  11. What a lovely dessert seen it on tv i think.Must try,Love your changing headers too :)

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  12. wow... please akka, pass me on that glass... i could finish all that off... yummm!!!

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  13. I too am a Thai cuisine fan your tapiocca pudding me is tempting me so much.

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  14. you are the queen of everything... delicious pudding..

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  15. Once i tasted this pudding...lovely presentation and delicious recipe.

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  16. Tasty and quick dessert. Added fruits and coconut cream takes this to another level of sweets all together.

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  17. that is a delicious and quick one!! perfectly made Priya!!

    Sowmya

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  18. looks so perfect and lovely clicks !!

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  19. What a creamy delightful dessert!

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  20. deliicous dessert, love coconut milk in any form, pass me the bowl sis:-)

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  21. What a refreshing pudding priya..your glass looks so inviting!

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  22. Lovely recipe got to try this for weekend evening time so nice.

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  23. I've made this a few times but not on the blog but I made it with sago - it is so delicious with the coconut - yours looks so good - reminding me its time to make it again

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  24. Such a yummy dish.. Lovely clicks.

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  25. I generally dont like tapioca in this form but the fruits are a nice addition :)

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  26. I had bookmarked this long ago yet to make it. Lovely presentation Priya

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  27. This is absolutely a quick and easy refreshing dessert. Looks creamy and yummm :)

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  28. The pudding seems so exotic with the addition of coconut milk and fruits.

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  29. I have seen this in a TV show. Looks fabulous...

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