What can you use Popping Boba for?
Popping boba are made in a similar way to the spherification technique pioneered by fine dining restaurants in the 1950s and the resultant fruit or other flavour ‘caviar’ makes a frequent appearance on savoury & dessert menus worldwide today. Chefs apply the magic of food science to turn a mixture of agar, calcium salts & either natural fruit juices or their own recipe liquid concoctions into spheres with a thin skin that bursts when pressure is applied.
So, in the same way that chefs enhance menus with their homemade caviar, we can use popping boba to add a unique textural element to a whole range of food & beverage applications including fruit cups, yoghurts, salads, cocktails & smoothies. Popping boba uses do not need to be limited to restaurants, bars & dessert parlours & definitely not just Bubble Tea shops. They can be used in a whole variety of packaged food & drinks for multiple retail outlets – they’re only limited by our imagination!