Mango sago pudding step-by-step recipe with photos.
Mango sago pudding – simple, vegan, gluten-free pudding made with sago. Sago is also known as sabudana is widely used for making different dishes. Sago or tapioca pearls are prepared from tapioca root (“cassava”). Tapioca pearls are commonly referred to as pearl sago. Sabudana is a very popular vrat/upvas food (or fasting food). Many dishes are made with sabudana during Navratri fasting. These delicious pearls are a great substitute for gluten too.
Just 4 ingredients and very easy to make, enjoy this chilled delicious dessert on a warm summer day to fly straight to the tropics. This vegan, gluten-free pudding is creamy, mildly sweet dessert is so satisfying, it will leave you wanting for more.
To make this pudding, I soaked and boiled sago with lots of water until it turned translucent. I extracted mango pulp and pureed it in a blender. I then boiled it with coconut milk & sugar, cooled it completely, and mixed the cooked sago. That’s it. Try this easy dessert and I am sure you will love it as much as we do.
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Mango sago pudding step-by-step recipe with photos
1. Boil sago with lots of water
2. Sago turns translucent once cooked
3. Mix mango puree, coconut milk, sugar
Mango sago pudding