Monday, January 20, 2014

Sago Coconut Milk Pudding

Sago Coconut Milk Pudding
1 cup sago or tapioca seeds
about 4 cups water
1 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup sugar
2" fresh or dried pandan leaves optional
cashews and raisins

Boil the sago seeds in medium high heat, stirring occasionally until it is transparent  about 10 to 15 minutes. Strain the seeds into a fine colander and run it under tap water and discard the water. 

In another pan heat the sugar and pandan leaves with the coconut milk. Add the boiled sago seeds little bit at a time to the coconut milk and stir it until it becomes thick. Add cashews and raisins and remove from heat. This pudding can be served warm or made a head of time and served cold.

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17 comments:

  1. Delicious Pudding :) Btw r u from Toronto?

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  2. this is such a yummy pudding.. I love sago... this looks like my type...

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  3. I was always wondering what is sago.. could you explain how does it taste? is it similar to something? :) thanks

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    1. It is similar to tapioca and has a texture sort of like jelly :)

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    2. Really interesting, maybe I should grab it next time from Indian grocery shop :)

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  4. Love this simple dessert anyday......delicious.

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  5. Delicious and lovely looking sago pudding. Must have tasted simply awesome.
    Deepa

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  6. Pudding seems very easy and delicious. Definitely a keeper for quick desserts. Yummy!

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  7. Gosh I haven't had or even seen sago since I was at school a very long time ago. It wasn't my favourite pudding, but I expect I'd quite like it now, especially made with coconut milk.

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  8. I love sago pearls, pudding sounds delicious.

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  9. I love sago, we make it a bit different here with saffron and cardamom, but your sago pudding looks delicious :)

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