This Easy Taho Recipe Uses Soy Milk And Gulaman

Add these ingredients on your next grocery run.

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Over the years, we've been introduced to all sorts of food trends. There are our all-time favorite brown sugar milk tea and the recent trend that took over the world, the Dalgona coffee.

While we definitely live for these trendy drinks, nothing beats our childhood fave: taho. The warm and sweet Pinoy snack is like a hug in food form. If you're starting to miss having taho every morning, we found a super easy five-ingredient taho recipe so you could recreate it at home. 

YouTube channel PagkaingPinoyTV shared a recipe that's really simple and hassle-free to recreate. The ingredients you'll be needing for the actual taho are soy milk and gelatin powder. For the arnibal or syrup, all you'll need is brown sugar. Last but not least, what's taho without the tiny tapioca pearls? Just include these simple ingredients on your shopping list for your next grocery run. Check this video out for the entire cooking process and you'll have taho ready for consumption in no time:

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This story originally appeared on Candymag.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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