Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Honeydew Sago Dessert


They say "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade". Mmmm!!! I'll take it with a pinch of salt because lemons (Lemon Tea Loaf) don't fall from the sky anyway, and this tagline has been use once so often until it is so tiring to read about it over and over again. Boring. Neither is honeydew melon (Honeydew Cake) thrown down by god, you still have to pay from your hard earned money (Chocolate Cheesecake, Chocolate Rum Tart & Cream Puff) should you decide to make this Honeydew Sago Dessert. Easily assembled and certainly a fit perfect dessert for the heat wave which can extremely kill us. Moreover, you can made and chilled it (Coconut Grapefruit Jelly, White Fungus Ginkgo Nut,  Pandan Poached Pear & Coconut Mango Jelly) before serving especially when you have guest coming over.,

My family on the other hand like to catch me off-guard. When I feel like lazing around, they insist on coming over. Impossible to tell mum I don't feel like welcoming them because she will flip upside down. So as an obedient daughter, I had to agree. Never mind I was akin a mad cow, trying to cook before they arrive. Thank god I managed. Fried ricefried chicken which is a must before kids also flip-flop and dessert was this Honeydew Sago Dessert. Utmost refreshing!
Ingredients (estimates)
1/2 honeydew melon - remove seeds and skin, dice or cube into pieces.
1 small packet of sago - soak for 1/2 hour and rinse under running water.
Corn syrup/sugar syrup (can also use brown sugar syrup)
Coconut milk or carton milk (warm or chilled)
Ice cubes (optional)

Method
Simmer a pot of water till boiling point.
Add sago. Gently stir till translucent.
Drain and rinse under running water.
Assemble sago with melon and corn/sugar syrup in a bowl or tall glass.
Pour milk and serve either at room temperature, chilled or tip in some ice cubes.
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12 comments:

  1. hi nava, looks pretty cool and delicious

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  2. One of my fave desserts, What's your tip for cooking sago and not have them sticking to each other in clumps? I always have that problem. Still edible but not pretty!

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  3. Sounds like a fun get-together, made perfect by the delicious fried chicken, appetizing fried rice and enticing, cool dessert. Adults too will love it.

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  4. i think i need such soothing dessert badly! the weather is killing me :(

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  5. Nice fruit and sago combination. Refreshing.

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  6. This is truly an awesome one. thanks for sharing this idea

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  7. Looks so refreshing and flavorful..

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  8. Delicious dessert....... Looks super yumm!!

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  9. Such a delicious dessert.. The fried rice and chicken too looks fantastic..

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  10. I love sago and this dessert looks awesome. It is a must try for me. Too good dear. Yumm :)

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