Monday 9 March 2015

Mango Sago Pomelo (杨枝甘露)

Mango Sago Pomelo (杨枝甘露) is one item on the menu that I will surely order when I patronise dessert houses. This is a dessert that is so easy to make on your own. There is really no need to spend big bugs outside for this...really.

All you need is sweet and ripened mangoes, pomelo, sago, mango juice, evaporated milk...and you are good to go! Try making this...You'll love it!

Mango Sago Pomelo (杨枝甘露)
recipe from NoobCook
serve 4

400ml mango juice (freshly squeezed using fruit juice extractor or ready made; I use Marigold PeelFresh)
150ml evaporated milk
2 large ripe honey mangoes, cubed
sugar syrup by mixing 2 tbspn caster sugar with just enough hot water to dissolve
80g sago pearls
50g (or more if desired) pomelo, peeled and sacs separated

1. Bring a pot of water to boil. Add sago and simmer for about 10 minutes. Turn off the stove, cover the pot with lid and let the sago continue to cook on its own for another 10 minutes, until all the sago turns translucent. Run the cooked sago through a fine sieve and running water to remove excess starch. Set aside.

2. Reserve a quarter of the cubed mangoes for garnishing (step 4). In a blender, blend the restof the mangoes and the evaported milk for a short while till well mixed.

3. Mix the mango smoothie prepared in step 2 with the mango juice. Add sugar syrup to taste. Add cooked pearl sago prepared in step 1 to the mixture. Chill in tge fridge.

4. To serve, portion out to individual serving bowls and garnish with pomelo sacs and cubed mangoes.

I made another batch of the dessert and even made popsicles out of it!

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  1. Hi LY, Your mango sago dessert looks yummy! I just made this two days ago but I wish to have a bowl of yours too :D

  2. Sis, I am craving for this dessert lately after seeing so many of you making it! I am sure gonna make this soon!



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