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Monday, November 15, 2010

Mango sago dessert
     My hubby is not so foodie,he will eat whatever I cook,he has no expectations,obligations regarding food…When I ask him what do you want for dinner/lunch or anything specific you want-his answer will always be ‘as you like/as per your wish/anything is fine for me’. It will be once in a blue moon when he asks me something.
     Most of the time it would be Kesari Raised EyebrowThat blue moon came a month back,when he had this Mango Sago with his colleague in a food court near his office one evening. He told me he liked it very much and even managed to tell me the ingredients and the way to make. I was postponing as mango season just passed, but yesterday when I saw gundu mangoes in Fairprice, I took one,determining instantly to try that out and treat my man ;)
    I google-d for the recipe for reference,still came out with a simpler way than else where…Winkingthats coz for my convenience and ease .Its an easy to make,mild sweet pudding/dessert,has to be served chilled…!
Mango sago dessert

Mango sago recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Oriental  |  Recipe Category: Dessert
Prep Time: 1 hr soaking time    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients

Ripe mango  1 big sized(1 & 1/2 cup approx.) 
Sago(small)  1/4 cup 
Condensed milk  1/2 cup 
Milk  1/2 cup 
Sugar  If needed 2-3 tsp 

Method

  1. Soak sago for an hour. Wash it to remove excess starch before and after soaking process.I used the small ones,not too very small variety also,size of black pepper.
  2. Soaked sago
  3. Boil enough water first and add the soaked sago and cook until its soft and translucent.Boil
  4. Drain water in strainer and wash it under running tap water to wash out the excess starch. Wash
  5. Chop the mangoes (no skin) and reserve finely chopped mango pieces(1/4 of a mango) for garnish. Mango,condensed milk,milk
  6. Blend rest of the mango pieces with condensed milk and milk,sugar if desired to a smooth paste. Ground paste
  7. Add more milk if you want to change the consistency.Transfer to a bowl,add the cooked sago.Add sago
  8. Mix well and keep refrigerated. Garnish with chopped mangoes just before serving.Mixed well

Notes

  • The original recipe uses evaporated milk and sugar. I replaced with condensed milk.
  • If you want you can add mango juice too in this.
  • Adjust the sweet according to your taste and I used low fat milk and low fat condensed milk.

Tastes great when served chill,enjoy the awesome texture of sago and mango combo!
  Mango sago - dessert/ pudding

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69 comments:

  1. Sounds totally new to me...can have anythng with mangoes...looks yum

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  2. Love mangoes in anything..love these simple kind of desserts

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  3. MMMM i too love this Raji and i love the fruits when added to sago it tastes so yumm and hope u have seen my Thai tapioca pudding ..this kind of pudding is so so delicious. Beautiful pictures asusual.

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  4. my my mangoes in this season...slurp..

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  5. Yummy recipe raji. The pudding looks very inviting :)

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  6. This looks absolutely gorgeous :) Love it. I had made a similar version few months back and we all loved it too :)

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  7. very tempting n new to me, bookmarked..

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  8. wow what a tempting mango sagoo.... really a must try one....

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  9. fabulous and new recipe looking tempting

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  10. Hey Raji,

    That looks awesome...Love puddings...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  11. looks very tempting. It is somewhat like mango seekarane we prepare.

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  12. awesome pudding...very colourful and moutherwatering dessert!!nice presentation!

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  13. Totally new to make. Love to try it now but no manogoes:-(, will wait for summer. Bookmarked!!

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  14. Wow! Such an easy method and serving a yummy dessert, irresistable....I have a blog, with very simple recipes...when you find time please go through...

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  15. Mango pieces in the pictures looks yummy.Nice combination of sago with mango.

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  16. Wow, dessert looks mouthwatering.he dont like sago at all. will try this way..Let me see.Gud u got ripe mangoes in this season :)

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  17. Sounds interesting and unique. Lovely colour

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  18. Wat a fabulous looking pudding, very tempting and catchy..

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  19. aah so simple! Thanks for the recipe. I will try it out next time I buy mangoes.

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  20. wow...very interesting.Never tried Mango with Sago.Can't have Mango in winters here in India but will try it in summers for sure.

    Anu

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  21. Looks absolutely delicious and beautiful.. thanks for the recipe Raji :)

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  22. Die hard fan of mangoes. and your last click is a killer Raji ;-)Looks very very tempting

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  23. When it is fresh mango season i am gonna make this, so so delicious looking.

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  24. Yummy dessert, irresistible,will try this recipe when I get fresh mangoes..love the color and beautiful pictures.

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  25. this is very new to me and i ove this yummy dessert as it sounds very simple too. have all the ingredients in hand except mangoes, will hunt for that soon. No doubt it will be a treat to suresh who loves mangoes and sago a lot

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  26. worth trying one raks, looks very yum

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  27. Looks so good!super yummy.

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  28. Awesome gal!!! looks super delicious..

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  29. Mango sago pudding is awesome.

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  30. Thatz a tempting dessert Raji..lovely presentation..

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  31. That a real tempting dessert...I love mango and sago...great combo!...looks beautiful!

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  32. looks lovely:)..just loved the vibrating colour and never tried desert this way ...looks yummy Raji:)

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  33. That looks very tempting!!

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  34. wow, very very new and tempting recipe.

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  35. That looks absolutely heavenly! Oh, for the love of mangoes!

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  36. Looks yum raji, a visual treat for our eyes. sounds simple and delicious, awesome clicks asusual.

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  37. Looks so delicious...Nice recipe..Very new to me..

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  38. Me too love the all kinds of sago desserts,especially greenbean sago Dessert.This is very simple yet yummy...

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  39. WOW it looks so delicious...and I love mangoes a lot..

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  40. Am I late for this awesome dish ... this looks so lovely , very innovative.. lovedd it :))

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  41. Lovely color and very inviting dessert..

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  42. That looks delightful..absolutely delicious dessert!

    US Masala

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  43. awesome dessert! Love the fresh color of mangoes here...

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  44. Superb Dessert Raks. Gundu Mangoes are well used!

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  45. Yummoo..what a perfect mango color!great recipe!

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  46. Wow great creamy texture interesting combination looks great...

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  47. What glorious color! This pudding looks and sounds delicious. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  48. Oh my God love the colour its very tempting.Never tried will try when i get mangoes.

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  49. Luscious mango pudding raks .Sounds so divine .

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  50. love mangoes..looks so delicious..

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  51. amazing raks...

    http://jellybelly-shanavi.blogspot.com

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  52. kalakkure raks! indha season-le mango enge kedachathu?

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  53. simply superb Raji. nice colour.

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  54. looks absolutely mouth watering. this is a must try for me. thanks for the recipe :)

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  55. I have come here to give you a BIG THANKS Raji... i was not only fascinated with the color of this dessert Raji but also.. it has got this unique texture.. I wanted to try it.. saw it yesterday and prepared it now.. n it is MINDBLOWING!!! .. just different.. and since i doubled the quantity i am planing to freeze some of the mixture and eat it as a icecream ;) .. i will tell u how is it ;p .. Thanks again..!

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  56. Super recipe! I love mangoes and sago and the combination, esp in a dessert is just awesome! I've had this (and its close cousins like strawberry sago, coconut sago pudding)a few times in food courts in SG but never tried making it myself! Guess what...Time to buy mangoes!

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  57. Raks,
    I made this over the weekend and i was gone in a jiffy. I used mango pulp for the pudding part and use pieces for garnish
    Easy pudding thats very similar to ones u find in India buffet,but adding sago gives it a new dimension
    Thanks for sharing
    Sonia

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  58. wowwhhhhh....delicious dessert,am going to try today itself...

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  59. once i had this recipe @ my friend home in Singapore....it yummy thx for posting this recipe

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  60. Once i had this recipe @ Singapore ,My friend prepared it was sooo yummy and delicious. Thanks for posting this recipe

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  61. Hi, mango sago looks very delicious and tastes like heaven. I tried and prepared for the first time when my sisters came. Its very easy to prepare. Once they had they were asking for the second time. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  62. Congrts for the article in Tamil magazine:) u r a rock star Raji:) keep going

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  63. Hi,Instead of condensed milk what can i substitute?

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    1. Evaporated filled milk and sugar

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  64. hi. How long i have to keep it in freezer??

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    1. No need to keep in freezer. Fridge is enough. Freezer means just 30 mins

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