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Hmm, taho is one of our favorite desserts! An all-time favorite of Pinoys 🙂 My hubby’s favorite is the one in Baguio where they put strawberry syrup over the taho.
This is a good recipe! I never thought to make my own taho. I will definitely give this a try. 🙂
Oh wow. It seems so complicated to make. I might not be ready to try this yet, hehe.
I love this! Taho is one of my favorites and I always buy everytime the magtataho pass by the village. Thanks for sharing this 🙂
Yummy!! But cooking tapioca pearls is really hard. We tried cooking them for our milk tea but some ended up burnt while the rest where a bit undercooked. T_T