Mango Sago Dessert

It tastes awesome with the sweetness from the sago kheer and sourness and the tanginess from the jelly and chunks of mangoes mixed together to give a new breathe of life to a classic dessert!

Mango Sago Dessert

Mango Sago Dessert recipe with step-by-step photos. Mango Sago dessert is a yummy summer special drink. Usually, we prepare Sago Kheer, Sago Dal Kheer or as it is locally known in South India, Payasam during special occasions like festivals and marriages. So for a change, I wanted to try this Mango Sago dessert, especially during this mango season not only because it adds a wonderful and fresh new flavor to the dessert but to also add a healthy twist. It tastes awesome with the sweetness from the sago kheer and sourness and the tanginess from the jelly and chunks of mangoes mixed together to give a new breathe of life to a classic dessert! Go ahead and try it out!

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Mango Sago Dessert 2021-06-05 02:56:18

Mango Sago Dessert

Serves 3
Prep Time: 00:05
Cook Time: 00:20
Total Time: 00:25

Ingredients

  • 500 ml Full fat milk
  • 1 pack Mango Jelly
  • 1/2 cup Sago/Javarisi/Tapioca Pearls
  • 3 tbsp or to taste Sugar
  • 1 medium sized sweet mango Mango

Instructions

  • Firstly, prepare Mango Jelly as per instructions given in the pack and keep it aside in the fridge for further use.
  • Then peel off the skin from the mango. Dice the flesh of the mango and set it aside to use as garnish.
  • Boil 3 cups of water in a saucepan.
  • Meanwhile, heat a pan, add in Tapioca Pearls and dry roast until they puffed (It takes 2 mins), over medium heat.
  • Add roasted tapioca pearls in the boiling water and cook, (stirring regularly), for about 7 to 10 minutes.
  • Turn off the heat and cover. Let tapioca pearls stand in hot water until translucent and cooked through.
  • In a colander, rinse cooked sago under cold running water to remove excess starch. Drain well and let cool completely and keep it aside.
  • Meanwhile, boil 500ml milk in a saucepan.
  • When it starts to boil, add cooked sago, mix it well and allow to boil for about 5 mins. over low heat, stirring continuously.
  • Then add sugar and mix well and cook until it becomes slightly thick. Switch off the heat and let it cool for some time and refrigerate it.
  • After 2 to 3 hours, cut the mango jelly into medium-sized pieces.
  • Then add a pinch of salt to the sago dessert and mix well. This step is optional.
  • When you are ready to serve, pour the sago mixture into the serving glass and place the mango jelly and mix gently.
  • Finally, add the diced mangoes on top and serve immediately.

By Santhi Therese
The Indian Claypot

Firstly, prepare Mango Jelly as per instructions given in the pack and keep it aside in the fridge for further use.

Meanwhile, heat a pan, add in Tapioca Pearls and dry roast until they puffed
(It takes 2 mins), over medium heat.

Meanwhile, boil 3 cups of water in a saucepan. Add roasted tapioca pearls in the boiling water and cook, (stirring regularly), for about 7 to 10 minutes.

Turn off the heat and cover. Let the tapioca pearls stand in hot water
until translucent and cooked through.

Then, in a strainer, rinse cooked sago under cold running water to remove excess starch. Drain well and let it cool completely and keep it aside.

Meanwhile, boil 500ml milk in a saucepan.

Further, add cooked sago, mix it well and allow to boil for about 5 mins. over low heat, stirring continuously.

Then add sugar and mix well and cook until it becomes slightly thick.
Switch off the heat and let it cool for some time and refrigerate it.

After 2 to 3 hours, cut the mango jelly into medium-sized pieces

Then add a pinch of salt to the sago dessert and mix well. This step is optional.

When you are ready to serve, pour the sago mixture into the serving glass


and then place the mango jelly,and mix gently.

Finally, add the diced mangoes on top and serve immediately.

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