Taho is a sweet nutritious snack food usually peddled by a magtataho vendor found all over the Philippines. Taho is usually made of fresh soft/silken tofu, arnibal (brown sugar and vanilla syrup), and pearl sago (similar to pearl tapioca).
How To Make Taho from Soybean
3 cups mature and newly harvested soybeans
2 bars white gulaman
3 cups brown sugar
strainer (muslin or nylon cloth)
1. Soak soybeans overnight in water 3 times its volume.
2. Remove outer covering, grind; add water little by little (at least 6 cups) while grinding.
3. Dissolve 2 bars gulaman in boiling water (7 cups).
4. Pour the ground soybean in boiling gulaman for 7 minutes or until the odor of grains is removed.
5. Set aside until it coagulates.
6. Serve with syrup.
Taho Syrup is prepared as follows:
- 3 cups sugar is dissolved in 3 cups water. The sugar may be caramelized to improve color and flavor.
Source: The Philippine Recommends for Soybean PCARRD 1991, wikipedia
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