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Mango Sago

Whenever I look at the calendar on my wall, I always find myself shocked that it’s already August. Summer is nearly over, and for most of my friends (and my younger brother), school is starting in a matter of days. 561 more words


Bubur Cha Cha

Bubur Cha Cha is a popular dessert in Southeast Asian countries like Singapore and Malaysia.  It is beautiful to look at and fun to make. This colorful dessert is made of miniature cubes of sweet potato and taro, delicate pearls of sago and chewy glutinous balls swimming in a fragrant coconut cream. 584 more words


Sago Gulaman

Although sago gulaman looks like a typical Taiwanese bubble tea, it’s actually a Filipino drink. The little pearl-like balls are called sago and though they look similar to tapioca balls, they are made from a sago palm that has been processed into these little pearl-like balls. 128 more words


Asian Desserts

Dessert – delicious, not normally nutritious but sometimes it’s just needed after a meal or a hard days’ work. I tried a new Taiwanese inspired dessert restaurant and the menu was just pages worth of options. 410 more words


Honeydew Sago (蜜瓜西米露)

Sago, coconut milk, and melons. All my favorite ingredients in a nicely chilled dessert for a hot summer day BBQ!


Mango and Sago Delight

Sago has a bland taste by itself, so by adding some mango pulp and kesar (saffron) flavoured milk, this dessert becomes tasty and healthy! This is filling for fasting, and one of the best fasting recipes! 187 more words