Chilled Mango Sago Pudding

Chilled Mango Sago Pudding created by Cook4_6

Posted on request for a dessert similar to Hui Lau Shan (mango dessert popular in Hong Kong). The yield and prep/cook time is an estimation.

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  • Bring water to a boil, add sago and simmer for 15 minutes.
  • Stir in sugar, mango nectar, evaporated milk and coconut cream.
  • Simmer for another 10 minutes, stirring once in a while to prevent sago and milk from burning.
  • Simmer until liquid has almost evaporated.
  • While still hot, stir in mangoes and scoop about 1/2 cup of the mixture into serving glasses/bowls and let cool.
  • If you like you can puree the mixture slightly with a blender or stick-blender before scooping into individual bowls.
  • Chill for several hours before serving, and serve with extra chopped mango if desired.
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  1. micro_ang
    This is a great dessert. I love mango! The recipe is easy to follow.
  2. Cook4_6
    This was delicious, and got great reviews from my friends from Trinidad, who said it reminded them of home ... a great compliment! I used tapioca because sago isn't available in my local market, but it worked nicely. The sago needed a bit more mango flavoring, which leaves me wondering if I could substitute some of the boiling water with additional mango juice. And a RIPE mango is a requirement to get full flavor. Mine was a bit under ripe, which may have impacted my overall impression as well. I will definitely make this again in the future!
  3. Cook4_6
    This was delicious, and got great reviews from my friends from Trinidad, who said it reminded them of home ... a great compliment! I used tapioca because sago isn't available in my local market, but it worked nicely. The sago needed a bit more mango flavoring, which leaves me wondering if I could substitute some of the boiling water with additional mango juice. And a RIPE mango is a requirement to get full flavor. Mine was a bit under ripe, which may have impacted my overall impression as well. I will definitely make this again in the future!
  4. Cook4_6
    Chilled Mango Sago Pudding Created by Cook4_6
  5. Chickee
    This was the highlight of my Thai dinner party! I'd never cooked this before and many guests had never eaten it... but everyone loved it! I actually put them in nice cocktail glasses with fanned mango at the bottom, and served some warmed sweetened coconut milk with it to drizzle over the top. Mmmmm yum! I had to promise to send the link to the recipe ;)
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