A Thai style easy peasy, luscious and creamy Sago pudding enriched with mangoes and coconut milk.This eggless pudding is a great summer dessert!
Life has been really hectic since the last fortnight with the Husbands nite preparation in full swing. We Navy wives put up a evening full of fun and entertainment as a gesture of love for our gallant men in uniform who are out sailing most of the times or on detachments performing their duty of guarding our nation.With the theme being ” The Great Indian Mela” we have been working on the decor, food, games and the entertainment part of the show since the last few days mindlessly.
Though blogging has taken a back seat with other things in mind,I have been regular with our theme blogging with the Foodie Monday Bloghop group.With the Chaitra Navratri going on ,most of the people are observing the nine days fast and festivity worshipping Goddess Durga. The fast is an intrinsic part of this Hindu festival. Though our generation has retained the custom of keeping fasts but have molded the Navratri menu to suit their taste buds. The blogosphere is overflowing with recipes of Vrat(fast) ke namkeen, Vrat ke chaat etc
This week the Bloghop theme being Navratri Recipes, I made my favourite Mango Sago dessert which is made with Mangoes, Sabudana or Tapioca pearls, Coconut milk and Condensed milk. An Asian dessert by origin this mild, refreshing pudding is a part of Vrat recipes because of its ingredients. This dessert goes to the 35th Foodie Monday BlogHop with the theme Navratri Special. Enjoy your fasting days with this chilled delicious Easy peasy Mango Sago.