This delicious cold Mango Sago Dessert is one of my kids’ favourite desserts to order when we could dine out during the pre-pandemic days. It is thick and creamy, and made of fresh ripe mangoes. The tiny sago pearls or tapioca pearls add tiny pops of texture that complements the creamy fragrant mangoes perfectly.
I learnt that it is actually very easy to make this dessert using the Thermomix. In addition, it is also reasonably cheap to recreate it at home compared to what you would pay at a restaurant. So here’s sharing homemade mango sago dessert, just the way we like it – thick and yummy!
This dessert is great for parties, or potluck gatherings and as a quick dessert after meals. Using fully ripened mangoes is the key in this dessert as the flavour, taste and colour comes from the mangoes.
This recipe can be adjusted to your preference, by adjusting the quantity of mangoes and /or the evaporated milk to adjust the consistency as desired.
Happy Thermomixing as always!
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