Recipe: Taro & Sago In Coconut Milk

Recipe: Taro & Sago In Coconut Milk

Both Mum and I loved Taro and Sago so I thought I would make this dessert for us! To be honest, I did not follow the recipe exactly. I first divided the Taro into three equal parts. I cubed 2/3 of it, then steamed it for approximately 20 minutes together with the remaining 1/3. After the steaming was done, I mashed the 1/3 with the back of a wooden spatula as I wanted a more creamy dessert. I added the cubed and smashed Taro into the boiling Coconut Milk while preparing to cook the Sago. The cubed Taro keeps sticking to the bottom of the pot and got burnt so I have to keep stirring it. In the end, the cubed Taro were way overcooked and most of it has disintegrated. My dessert became way too creamy! LOL! Therefore, my conclusion is to make sure your Sago is ready for use before cooking the Taro in the Coconut Milk. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

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