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Sago Pudding


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Ingredients

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  • 100 grams Sago
  • 500 grams Milk of choice, (I used skim milk)
  • 110 grams sugar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Weigh sago and milk into TM bowl then remove bowl and place in fridge to soak for a minimum of 1 hour.  (If you need to use your TM for something else you can soak the sago in a bowl - just use 1/2 cup sago and 2 cups of milk).

     

  2. After soaking, place bowl onto thermomix and cook at 90 degrees/Counter-clockwise operation/Speed 3 for 18--20 minutes or until sago is cooked (sago will turn clear when ready).

  3. Add sugar and cook at 90 degrees/Counter-clockwise operation/Speed 3 for 2 minutes.

  4. Serve hot with fruit and cream; or pour into serving dishes or moulds and chill until set.  Turn out moulds and serve cold with fresh or canned fruit.

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  • Nice flavour, halved sugar but very gluey.

    Submitted by KJCW on 11. September 2017 - 20:59.

    Nice flavour, halved sugar but very gluey.

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  • Yet to try cold but mine was also gluey and not...

    Submitted by missmax22 on 30. January 2017 - 10:05.

    Yet to try cold but mine was also gluey and not like sago I've made previously. My sago disappeared-maybe it cooked down? I didn't add all the sugar - maybe only 50g as I served with coconut cream and passion fruit syrup.

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  • Sorry, mine didn't set, was

    Submitted by jonasson4 on 16. November 2015 - 17:53.

    Sorry, mine didn't set, was very runny, so I've made a varient from my mum's recipe and it has worked perfectly tmrc_emoticons.-)

     

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  • Like most, I tried this and

    Submitted by berylbergerac on 4. May 2015 - 12:34.

    Like most, I tried this and found it very gluey.....I added a jar of mango pieces to it, and now it tastes just like mango glue!!!!!....tastes lovely, but the texture is a bit off.  It's in the fridge now, so hope it will be better when cold, as suggested.......always worth a try.

     

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  • First time I used the recipe

    Submitted by sandylea18 on 29. March 2014 - 12:10.

    First time I used the recipe with a little less sugar - wasn't cooked properly. Second time, I used one cup sago two cups full cream milk and left it in the fridge overnight. I weighed in 50 grams caster sugar and blitzed in TM a few seconds then added the soaked sago and cooked on 90 degrees for 20 minutes stirring backwards and I started on speed three but then went down to speed 2 and less after 12 minutes. Turned out much better - a little gluey but that made no difference to hubby and the girls.

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  • I only cooked for 15 mins, it

    Submitted by amloev on 27. February 2014 - 00:53.

    I only cooked for 15 mins, it was gooey more than gluey! Quite liked it even though it was different. Will do again, thanks

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  • Thanks

    Submitted by saj255 on 16. December 2013 - 19:12.

    Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This was nice and sweet, i

    Submitted by gingerchef_jess on 16. December 2013 - 01:06.

    This was nice and sweet, i love sago and love that it's been converted to the thermomix....it was a little gluey but i ha;ved the recipe and i mite soak it longer next time.

    Jess

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  • I can't make Princess Steph's

    Submitted by saj255 on 18. September 2013 - 22:44.

    I can't make Princess Steph's comment a tip but she suggests serving the pudding cold which will make it less gluey.

     

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  • Sorry everyone is finding

    Submitted by saj255 on 18. September 2013 - 22:42.

    Sorry everyone is finding this gluey.  It is the same as when cooked in the traditional way, I think sago is just gluey by nature and you either like it or you don't.

     

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  • Thanks, that's a good tip, I

    Submitted by saj255 on 18. September 2013 - 22:41.

    Thanks, that's a good tip, I think I did actually eat mine cold so maybe that's why I didn't notice it to be gluey.  I didn't want anyone else making it to be disappointing.

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  • Dont delete it! It is still

    Submitted by Thermomistress on 18. September 2013 - 22:23.

    Dont delete it! It is still nice cold. It is not gluey when cold. Maybe make that a serving suggestion?

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  • It tasted okay, but was very

    Submitted by Thermomistress on 18. September 2013 - 20:43.

    It tasted okay, but was very very gluey  tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • Sago is generally pretty glue

    Submitted by saj255 on 11. August 2013 - 18:55.

    Sago is generally pretty glue like.  Maybe you could soak it for longer or cook it for a few more minutes.  Sorry it didn't work for you maybe it depends on the brand and size etc of the sago?

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  • Is it meant to be like glue?

    Submitted by Jexant on 9. August 2013 - 21:51.

    Is it meant to be like glue? Some of my pearls didn't cook. Any idea what I did wrong?

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