Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Rose Sago Gula Melaka


Okay, so its gonna be another "tis is the season" for merry making? Absolutely. Christmas. Christmas packaged alongside food, exchanging gifts and perhaps, thrown in with getting stoned. Depending on how you want to interpret Christmas, maybe not in the same lingo as me, be happy my friends. Happiness is so important. Yes. Whether you celebrate Christmas or you are gonna be with Christians who have kindly invited you for joining them in merry making, its definitely the positive vibes. So, let me repeat again, go happily and spread your happiness towards others. I on the other hand am gonna stay put at home. So strange actually. When its our Deepavali (Semolina/Rava Ladoo), friends swarm into our house, but when its their turn, goodness me, they prefer to travel. Then what? Nothing. They move on and we do as well. That's why, each and every year, my mood for entertaining friends is diminishing. I mean, why bother when friends don't bother. Anyway, not a big deal. I am fine. 

Who cares about those who can't be bothered in treating you back. We will survive, and for those who want to survive on making Christmas items (Mutton Devil Curry, Simple Mutton Curry, Pulao RiceBeriyani Rice & Vegetable Achar), specifically a pleasurable sweet treat (Fried Pineapple Rolls, Ondeh-Ondeh, Mango Sticky Rice, Lemongrass Cordial, Nestum Meringue Pie & Sujee Cake), you have this Rose Sago Gula Melaka. A twist to the classic Sago Gula Melaka. Most to most, an hour to make and with freshly squeezed coconut milk you can pick up in hypermarkets, most probably you can also save more time. 1/2 an hour to soak sago and approximately 20 minutes for cooking it till translucent. In between the time, get ready the coconut milk and palm sugar syrup. Then set sago in the fridge, dessert is ready.    
Ingredients
1 cup sago - soak for 1/2 hour and carefully rinse
Coconut Milk (as needed)
Palm Sugar (as needed)
Few drops of rose essence
Few drops of red colouring 
Pinch of salt
Method:
Simmer enough water in a  pot. 
Add sago, stir and cook till translucent.
Drain out water and rinse sago under running water.
Mix color and rose essence into sago. .
Press into individual cups or a single mould. 
Cool down and store in the fridge.
Simmer palm sugar with water for thick syrup.
Warm up coconut milk with a pinch of salt.
Serve with chilled sago. 
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22 comments:

  1. oh wow... sago, coconut milk and rose essence!!! yummy... i'm coming over, nava...

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  2. So pretty! How can we go wrong with rose! And I LOVE your creative twist on the Gula Melaka which happens to be a favourite dessert of mine. I know this will taste great...can't wait to give it a try! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  3. This is the most innovative and intresting dessert I have ever seen
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  4. I have noticed coconut milk with sago in few fusion desserts! Im analyzing it should of great flavor and combo all together! Nice recipe :)

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  5. I've never seen gula maleka..It looks so pretty that it will be almost a shame to eat it!! and it's sounds so easy to make!! thanks a lot for sharing this one..

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  6. This dessert looks delicious and so tempting. Gorgeous clicks!

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  7. Never tasted this before .. But would love to ... Rose essence , sago and coconut milk .. I could imagine how it would taste .. Looks good too

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  8. never even heard of this, looks absolutely amazing , color makes it so drool worthy.

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  9. Hi Nava, wowoooo I sure love this anytime. It's so refreshing and irresistible and so addictive. :)) Your look awesome... wish I can have some now.....

    Merry Christmas to you, have a nice holiday. Regards.

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  10. Wow, I feel like having it now. You take stunning photos.

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  11. First color of it is amazing ....Rose essence makes this more amazing .Yes you can never be late until the day of celebs...

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  12. Heard this name.but ur pics r drool worthy..Looking very delicious n easy one..

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  13. What stunning photos my friend, they look incredible :D

    Happy Holidays!
    CCU

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  14. This is completely new to me and looks awesome. Surely would have been an delight to consume. Love the click

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  15. This really look so pretty! What I love the most is the ease to make with 3 ingredients. Have to try this gluten free dessert.

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  16. What a pretty dessert, I always wanted to try sago gula melaka. Thanks for the recipe

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  17. yummy colorful dessert!

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  18. I have never tried Sago desserts except the Javvarisi Payasam

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  19. Now that colour is so gorgeous... absolutely beautiful and pretty dessert :)

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  20. I will love to serve this on my next party awesome drink that looks elegant perfect doll thanks.

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