Velvety Mango Sago Floats
It is the peak of the mango season. All of you must be feasting on this luscious fruit. Here is a unique recipe with mangoes- Velvety Mango Sago Floats
This is a truly velvety, creamy, pearly, chewy, mangoey, biscuity, chocolaty Mango Sago Float dessert! Having a delicate tummy I avoid eating a plain mango. But I conjure up some really delicious drinks and desserts with mangoes.
This recipe is totally original and just uses the ingredients in the pantry. Mango floats on a bed of cracker powder, pureed mango, tapioca pearls covered in cream and condensed milk. The layers are topped with chocolate and other sprinkles with a crispy KitKat finger-popping up. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?
1 cup mango puree
½ cup cream
½ cup condensed milk
1 cup cooked sago pearls
5-6 crackers of your choice, crushed
Chocolate wafer sticks
Firstly, soak the sago for 30 minutes and boil till the pearls are translucent.
Subsequently, make a smooth puree of the mangoes and keep it aside.
Next, crush the crackers.
Afterwards, take the all-purpose cream and gradually add condensed milk to a. bowl. (you may add more or less of the condensed milk to achieve your desired taste of sweetness).
Mix until well blended.
Now, fold in half of the sago to the cream mixture.
Following the previous steps, arrange the layers: Start by putting a thick layer of crushed crackers on the bottom of individual glasses.
Now, pour the mango puree over the crushed crackers.
Next, gently add the cream sago mixture and sprinkle.
Afterwards, repeat the same layers again.
Top the Velvety Mango Sago Floats with chocolate and sprinkles.
Lastly, d a sliced mango, a spoon of sago pearls, and stick a chocolate wafer stick for the signature gourmet chef touch. Chill and serve.
Velvety Mango Sago Floats are ready to be relished leisurely or slurped up!
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