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Mango Sago

Mango Sago is refreshing and delicious, and with mangoes being in season, it's the perfect summer dessert. Actually, it's the summer dessert that I am happy to enjoy all year long.

There is a kilo of mango in this dessert but if you are a mango lover, this will tick all the right boxes for you especially on a hot summer's day.


This dessert is so easy to make and if you are having guest over, it's a real crowd pleaser.


Ingredients

To make the sago:

100g sago pearls

1000g water


600g mango (peeled and seeds removed)

100g water

400g mango juice/nectar

150g evaporated milk

250g water

3 tbsp sugar


Condiment:

400g mango (peeled and cut into cubes)


Instructions (Thermomix)

  1. To cook the sago pearls, fill up the TM bowl with 1000g water and bring to a boil; 7 minutes, 100°C, Speed 2. After the water is boiled, put in the sago pearls to cook; 12 minutes, 100°C, Reverse, Spoon speed.

  2. Once cooked, pour the sago pearls out into a strainer. Put the strainer with the cooked sago pearls into cold water to prevent it from sticking.

  3. Place the mango and water into the TM bowl to be pureed; 20 seconds Speed 10. Add in all the other ingredients and the cooked sago pearls to mix; 30 seconds, Reverse, Speed 2.

  4. Pour the mango sago mixture out from the TM bowl into a large serving bowl, add in the cubed mango and refrigerate.

  5. Best to serve chilled.


Instructions (Conventional Method)

  1. Bring a large pot of water to a boil over high heat. Once the water is boiling, add in the sago pearls and cook. Stirring occasionally, for 15-20 minutes, or until all the sago pearls are translucent.

  2. Once cooked, pour the sago pearls out into a strainer. Put the strainer with the cooked sago pearls into cold water to prevent it from sticking.

  3. In a blender; add in the mango and water, blend until smooth, and transfer it to a large serving bowl.

  4. In the large serving bowl; add in the mango juice, evaporated milk, water, sugar and cooked sago pearls. Make sure all the ingredients are mixed well.

  5. Add in the cubed mango and refrigerate.

  6. Best to serve chilled.


This Thermomix recipe for Mango Sago is created by Annie Xavier Kitchen. You can purchase her books from the website; it has recipes in both Thermomix and Conventional Methods.

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