This recipe is sponsored by Torani, and all thoughts and opinions here are my own.
Spring is here and it’s time for milk tea! Considering the days have begun to warm, I’m opting for yummy milk tea recipes on ice. Whether you’re addicted to Bubble Tea, currently sipping on a Thai Tea or still haven’t put your Dalgona tea down, April is the month to indulge in this delightfully refreshing treat because April 30th just happens to be National Bubble Tea Day!
This Strawberry Passion Fruit Milk Tea is slightly tart with a tropical tang, offset by a creamy sweet tea. Boba optional, but highly recommended. This recipe shines because of Torani Puremade Syrups – made with no artificial flavors, no artificial colors and no artificial preservatives and are GMO Free.
Ingredients: 2 oz (4 Tbsp) Torani Puremade Passion Fruit Syrup 16 oz. iced green tea 4-8 Tbsp your choice of milk Strawberry puree Tapioca pearls, if desired (cooked according to the package instructions) Ice
Instructions: Steep green tea in hot water for about 10 min. Refrigerate until cool Combine ingredients in two 16 oz. glasses filled with ice. Stir gently. Add tapioca pearls if desired.
Torani Puremade Syrups deliver amazing flavor with the ingredients you love. No artificial flavors, no artificial colors and no artificial preservatives. GMO Free. They mix well and are crafted to bring out the best in your drinks so you can make something your own. I especially enjoy that one flavor can create endless recipes. You can find Torani Puremade Syrups online at torani.com
This was my first time making this! The skin was crispy and meat was flavorful and juicy. Let me know how yours turns out, or what I should do differently. I’m still experimenting, but we thought this one came out pretty tasty.
If you don’t have an air fryer, I’ve listed the cooking time and temp at the bottom 🙂
I’m just going to keep this description short since I usually skip over this when I’m searching for other recipes. Here’s how I currently make Vietnamese Braised Pork / Thịt Kho. I know there are lots of different ways to make it, but this is our favorite way so far. If you have any recommendations or suggestions, or if you see any mistakes, please let me know! I’m constantly tweaking the recipes to every dish we make. For those that already know how to make this, I’d love to know what you do differently 🙂
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