What is tapioca starch ?
Tapioca starch is made from the roots of the cassava plant, or Manihot esculenta, which is native to Brazil. Tapioca starch granules, similar to potato starch granules, gelatinize at a relatively low temperature and do not form rigid gels during cooling. Tapioca typically is used to thicken custards, puddings and fruit pie fillings. In addition to a powder form, tapioca is available as a quick-cooking, pearl variety, often used in two-crust fruit pies. The pearl variety of tapioca does not always completely dissolve during cooking and may be seen in the pie filling as small granular dots.
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