Creamy Legit Sago Mango Recipe for Takjil

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Sago Mango popular as a dessert in Chinese Food restaurants. You can mix your own with the filling according to your taste. Served cold, perfect for takjil.

A variety of mixed ices with fruit, jelly and nata de coco fillings are popular as a breaking fast. If you are bored with the usual mixed ice mix, you can try making sago mango.

This dessert is popular in restaurants, containing mashed mango, mixed with mango chunks, sago or pearl seeds and sprinkled with grapefruit. The taste is creamy and cold, perfect for dessert.

sago mango easy to make. The filling can be added with basil seeds, nata de coco and jelly. Another mixture is sweetened condensed and milk. This Sago Mango recipe is shared by detikfood readers, Rismawati which often serves to break the fast.

Sago Mango Recipe

Total Serving Time : 30 Minute
For Presentation: 4 Portion
Recipe Title: Sago Mango
Category : dessert
Cook : drink
Preparation Duration : 15 Minute
Cooking Duration: 15 Minute
Total Duration : 30 Minute
Material :
  • 2 ripe Arumanis mangoes
  • 50 g pearl sago, boiled until soft
  • 200 ml sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 can (120 ml) evaporated milk
  • 500 ml UHT milk
  • 1 tablespoon basil seeds, soak in hot water until soft
  • 500 g nata de coco
  • 300 g jelly ready to use
  • Ice cubes as needed
How to Make Sago Mango:
  1. Peel 1 mango and blend until smooth. Peel another mango and dice the flesh.
  2. In a bowl, mix the evaporated milk, UHT milk and sweetened condensed milk and mix well.
  3. Add coconut juice, pearl sago, basil seeds, finely chopped mango and mango.
  4. Add ice cubes to taste, stir until cold.
  5. Pour into serving glasses, serve cold.
mango sauceSago Mango Recipe Photo: iStock

Tips for making sago mango:

1. It’s better to choose mangoes that are ripe and sweet to the tree sago mango it feels legit.
2. For sago or pearl seeds, you can boil them yourself from dried pearl seeds. Boil until clear then drain and flush with cold water and drain again.
3. Evaporated milk is milk that has evaporated water. If you don’t have one, you can use regular full cream liquid milk.

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