If you’re looking for a quirky yet delicious and sweet treat to cool down with in our sunny Singapore weather, then this “ramen milk tea” treat is going to be your new favourite dessert!
This treat is also easily made at home so you can impress your friends or loved ones by whipping it up for them to enjoy.
The now-viral “ramen milk tea” recipe can be rather hard to follow because everything was done quickly and is in Chinese. So, we’ve broken it down into simple steps for you – you’re welcome!
The recipe only requires five ingredients:
- 500ml of Want Want Hot-Kid Milk (旺仔牛奶),
- 50g of Taiwanese Agar Agar Powder (白凉粉),
- a small serving of fresh milk,
- a teabag of your preference,
- and some fresh mango cut into cubes.
Step 1: In a pot, over the stove, heat the Want Want Hot-Kid Milk and Taiwanese Agar Agar Powder together until they’re combined.
Step 2: Allow it to cool slightly before pouring it into a tray or shallow mould to cool further and firm up.
Step 3: Once the mixture has firmed, you can slice it into strips so that it looks like noodles.
Step 4: Once your “noodles” are done, you now have to prepare your “soup”, which is actually milk tea. To make this, simply pour your fresh milk into a pot and heat it up on the stove. Add teabag and allow it to steep so it becomes a delicious milk tea. Once the tea flavour has been infused into the milk, it is done!
Step 5: The last and most exciting step would be to assemble the treat. Add cubed mango to your serving bowl or cup, before adding some ice cubes.
Next, pour in the milk tea and add your delicious “noodles”.
To finish off, you can also add a gummy sunny side-up to complete the “ramen” dish! A lovely sweet treat to cool off with on a hot day that also doubles as a quirky dessert, this “ramen milk tea” is perfect for any occasion.