Saturday, July 7, 2012

Mango Pomelo Sago

Mango Pomelo Sago

Mango Pomelo Sago; a tribute to Barbara

When visiting Ah Chew Restaurant in Singapore last month, I hooked up the taste of mango that listed of the menu. It's so yummy and fresh.

Searching google what is Mango Pomelo Sago; the dessert is actually come from Hongkong and created in 1984 by lei garden restaurant, that I read from Gourmet Traveller88's blog.

Anyway, I have already bought sago, mango and pomelo, that easily available in Jakarta, so here we go for the dessert.
Pomelo in bahasa Indonesia we call it Jeruk Bali, and the mango for the dessert use Harum Manis because of the sweet taste and fragrance.

Mango Pomelo Sago

Modified by kimkim

300 grams mango pulp diced (2 large mango) better Harum Manis
100 grams pomelo pulp
100 cc evaporated milk
500 grams mango puree (I used 2 large mango and blended in food processor)
600 cc simple syrup
100 grams sago pearls
Mint leaves

1. Soaking the sago for 5 minutes.
2. Boiling water 2 litres, adding sago and cook until they looks clear without colour.
3. Turn of the flame, and left it for 15 minutes until totally transparent.
4. Drain the sago in a sieve with water and rinse in cold water. Set aside.
5. Peel mangoes and chunk the flesh into large cubes.
6. Blend the mango with simple syrup until smooth.

1. In a bowl, mixing mango puree and evaporated milk, stirr it.
2. Pouring the diced mango, pomelo pulp and sago pearls.
3. Chill the dessert for several hours until ready to serve or if you in a hurry using ice cube.
4. Laddle into cup and garnish with left mango cubes, pomelo pulp and mint leaves.

This dessert is a tribute to Barbara Harris; the food blogger who died because of cancer in Brisbane; Australia. The theme is A Taste of Yellow is dedicated to Barbara's memory.

Eventhough I have not met her, but reading her blog give us the inspiration of the food blogging.


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