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How To Make Sago: Easy Malaysian Sago Recipe

Ingredients

150 grams tapioca flour
1 chicken egg
275 milliliters coconut milk
5 pineapple leaves
150 grams jaggery sugar
1 tablespoon cooking oil

Nutritional information

351
Calories
86g
Carbs
2g
Fiber
5g
Sugars
0.2g
Fat
4g
Protein
5mg
Sodium
6mg
Potassium
0mg
Cholesterol
68IU
Vitamin A

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How To Make Sago: Easy Malaysian Sago Recipe

Features:
  • Fresh
  • Sweet
  • Vegan
Cuisine:

Sago pudding recipe – Gentle white color attracts any sight

  • 40 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Medium

Directions

How to make Sago – This recipe will now show you how to cook Sago Gula Melaka sweet soup dessert with ease. For whom the name “Sago” doesn’t ring any bell, it is an edible starch that is commonly found in Malaysia. It is made from the pith of tropical palm trees, which can be used in cooking for a sweet dessert. Sago pudding with sweet soup is an iconic dessert dish in Malaysian cuisine, and we will now get to know how to make it right. 

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Steps

1
Done

Wash the pineapple leaves carefully, then tie them into knots in the middle. This will help the flavor of the pineapple leaves to release faster and stronger.

2
Done

Add pineapple leaves, tapioca flour and 2 liters of water into the pot and boil it for 5 -7 minutes. Remember to stir the mixture to avoid lumps. Then take the pineapple leaves out.

3
Done

Rinse the boiled mixture under the cold water.
Beat the chicken egg into a bowl to take the egg white. Use the electric mixer to beat the egg white finely. Add boiled tapioca flour and keep mixing.

4
Done

Spread the cooking oil into porcelain cups, then put the tapioca flour mixture into each cup. Use the food wrapper to cover the cups and put them in the refrigerator in the cool compartment for 1-2 hours to freeze.

5
Done

Next, chop jaggery sugar finely and put it into the bowl.

6
Done

Boil the jaggery sugar over a small fire for 5 -7 minutes. Boil the coconut milk in another pot with a small fire for 5-7 minutes. Turn off the stove, let the two pots cool down. Then, put them in the fridge. In case the coconut milk is too condensed, you can add fresh milk to it.

7
Done

Take the tapioca flour cups from the fridge and put them on the plates. Turn the cups down so that the flour can be taken easily. Finally, pour the boiled jaggery sugar and boiled coconut milk onto the flour.

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