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Sago Cream


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Ingredients

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Ingredients

  • 100 g Sago
  • 500 g Milk
  • 50 g sugar, or preferred sweetener
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, or vanilla bean paste
  • 2 eggs, separated, room temperature
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Recipe's preparation

    Sago
  1. Add sago and milk to jug. Soak 1 hour. 

  2. Insert butterfly. Add sugar, vanilla and egg yolks. Cook 15 minutes 90° C Counter-clockwise operation speed 3, until sago is translucent.

  3. Transfer to Thermoserver. Clean and dry jug.

  4. Insert butterfly to clean jug. Add egg whites 37°C, 2 minutes, speed 3.5.

  5. Fold beaten egg whites into sago custard. Refrigerate.

  6. Serve cold with your favourite fruit, or fruit coulis. This one is served with a fruit, seed & nut mix.

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Tip

This is converted from the recipe my mother uses.

The sago is enjoyable enough to eat on it's own.

 


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  • so delicious!! I also used 600ml milk and was...

    Submitted by Felicity2904 on 7. March 2018 - 22:58.

    so delicious!! I also used 600ml milk and was still thick enough. egg whites add a nice fluffy texture but still great without.

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  • Very nice I put in 600ml mil about 2tspns of...

    Submitted by Natasha_Watson on 14. May 2017 - 23:58.

    Very nice I put in 600ml mil & about 2tspns of vanilla essence. I went back for 2nds but my family had eaten the lot. A 2nd thermo jug helped speed the process, as it was clean & dry - ready to go for the egg whites.

    PS.Last night my egg whites woudn't whip, and the sago was just as nice without them. I doubled the sago to 200gm & 1.2litres of milk etc Also sprinkled nutmeg on top of the finished sago - yum!

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  • How much extra milk did

    Submitted by Hender7700 on 17. January 2016 - 17:12.

    How much extra milk did everyone use please I'm having no luck with sago in my thermi, also can I do this in my tm5 and do I need to do anything different thank you

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  • I made this for my husband as

    Submitted by MelBells on 12. August 2015 - 12:14.

    I made this for my husband as he loves Sago.  He loved it so much that he is asking for it for dessert every night!!

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  • I loved Sago as a child so

    Submitted by cook-a-lot on 10. August 2015 - 17:05.

    I loved Sago as a child so have been looking for a recipe so I can enjoy it again...  This one was way too thick - but i will try it again and maybe soak the sago for longer in water first then add the milk.

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  • Yummy recipe, I also found I

    Submitted by beeLgee on 23. January 2015 - 20:06.

    Yummy recipe, I also found I needed to add extra milk to get the consistency I like

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  • This was a big hit in our

    Submitted by Perth Gem on 4. October 2014 - 14:55.

    This was a big hit in our house! My two little boys loved it and I will definitely make it again. A great winter dessert.

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  • I found you might need a

    Submitted by Bettynoogs on 30. April 2014 - 20:11.

    I found you might need a little extra milk. Very nice!!!

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