For My Hubby:
If we’ve had so many smiles and frowns, twists and turns and ups and
downs in the very first year of our marriage, imagine what the rest of
our married life has in store for us. Here’s to a lifetime of crazy
memories together. Happy 1st Anniversary sweetheart.
A year has flown by and I didn’t even realize it. Is the rest of my life going to zip by so perfectly? I hope so…
This pudding is like a magic…It is eggless, jelly like but with the perfect sauce to soak all those sago pearls in it. This is so perfect for parties. Your kids will love it for sure..I used mangoes since that pairs perfect with sago and also it taste great when combined with coconut milk. So try it out and let me know what you think..
Preparation- Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 15 mins
Cooling Time : 2 hours
Serves: 3 to 4
Sago / Javarisi – 1 1/2 cup
Water as needed
Fresh Mangoes Chopped to serve
For Mango Coconut Sauce:
Mango Pulp – 1 cup
Thick Coconut Milk – 1 cup
Sugar – 3/4 cup
Wash sago in water and add it to a thick bottom pot. Cover with lots of water and bring it to a boil.
Cook this for 10 to 15 mins till the sago is fully cooked and traslucent.
Now drain it in a colander or sieve and wash it with plenty of cold water.
Grease a silicon mould or cup. I used my silicon muffin mould.
Once it is drained, spoon it into the greased mould and set it in fridge for a hour.
Now make the sauce. Take coconut milk, mango puree and sugar in a sauce pan and mix well.
Heat this up till it comes to a single boil. Switch off the flame and put the sauce in fridge for a couple of hour.
Now when serving. Run a butter knife around the mould and release the pudding.
Place it in a plate and spoon some mango sauce over it and top with some fresh mango pieces.
|Take sago and wash it well|
|Take that it a kadai|
|Cover with water|
|Boil it till it is cooked|
|Now time to drain it|
|Wash with lots of cold water|
|Now time to transfer to a mould|
|Grease a silicon mould|
|Spoon the sago into them and refrigerate|
|Now make the mango sauce|
|Take coconut milk in a sauce pan|
|Add in mango pulp|
|Add in sugar|
|Bring it to a boil|
|Keep it in fridge|
|When the sago is set|
|Run a butter knife around them|
|Unmould into a plate|
|Take the sauce|
|Take a ladleful of the sauce|
|Spoon around the pudding|
|Just like this|
|Add some fresh mango fruits|