Sunday, March 7, 2010

Honey Dew Dessert with Sago Pearls Recipe

The afternoon heat is getting rather unbearable, so it is time to cook up some nice cool dessert. I have a half cut of honey dew fruit in my fridge and my kids do not like it because it is not sweet. However, the green honey dew is juicy and fresh but I know that if I leave it in the fridge, no one is going to eat it! I thought that the honey dew might be suitable as one of the ingredients in a sago dessert. Anyway, I sliced the honey dew into thin strips and then add it into my palm sugar sago dessert and the taste turned out quite unique! I love the creamy taste of coconut and the fresh fruity honey dew in this dessert. Here is my recipe for Honey Dew Dessert with Sago Pearls

Ingredients
Honey dew, 2 slices, cut into thin strips (better to use a grater)
Sago Pearls, ½ cup, soak in water until all of them expanded
Pandan leaves (screwpine), 5 pcs
Palm Sugar (Gula Melaka, or you can use normal brown sugar), to taste (dissolved in hot water and sieved) Coconut Milk, from 1 coconut Put around 5 bowls of water in pot and bring to a boil.

Add in the softened sago pearls, pandan leaves and honey dew. Then add in the coconut milk. You must keep on stirring the mixture so that the coconut milk will not form lumps! Add in the palm sugar to taste. Serve chilled! Taste good if eaten with Yau Char Kwai (Yue Tiau) or fried bihun (rice vermicelli).
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9 comments:

Bananazക said...

Stay cool at all times with the current hot days and sudden rain. tQ

cleffairy said...

Haihhh... global warming, wud to do... so must take more fluid and cooling drinks lerr... else, will meletup like volcano... susah! LOL...

manglish said...

hahahaaahh weiiiiii........u want ppl to cool then u go ask eat yaw char kwai...heaty leh hahahaha

Cheryl said...

Oh this sounds yummy, especially when its a hot day!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Sounds a good refreshing dessert/drink for the sweltering days! Thanks!

Mei Teng said...

This is a great thirst quencher in the current weather condition.

suituapui said...

They serve this for dessert at Chinese sit-down dinners. My missus can cook it...but nobody's really crazy about it.

smallkucing said...

Yes..that should taste good :D

tuti said...

like tau suan, eat with yu char kuey ah? the kids got wallop or not? haha

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