Mango Sago

This Mango Sago is the perfect dessert to cool you down on a hot Summer day. It’s creamy and refreshing!

Mango Sago

There is nothing like sitting down comfortably in the living room, watching t.v., andΒ  eating something cold. I think that’s what I like to do all day everyday from now on. I want a steady supply ofΒ  ice creams, snow cones, ice candy, ice pops, halo-halo, mais con hielo, and Mango Sago — just about anything cold I could think of.

Ah, Summer! How is all this heat possible? Thank God it’s been raining during the afternoon for two consecutive days now. At least, the temperature decreases even just a little. I was actually waiting for that short drizzle of May shower today but it didn’t happen.

So we just indulged in this cool, creamy, and chewy dessert — Mango Sago.

Mango Sago

Mango Sago is one of those straight forward dessert that’s very easy to do. If you think about it, it’s just like a Mango Smoothie with sago (tapioca) and mango cubes mixed in. This dessert is actually a popular Chinese dessert which usually has pomelo and coconut milk. For this Mango Sago version, though, I used evaporated milk to achieve my desired creaminess.

I am so ready for Summer to be over and wishing for the rainy season to come sooner…

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Mango Sago

  • Author: Peachy Adarne

Ingredients

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  • 3 ripe mangoes, frozen
  • 3/4 cup evaporated milk
  • 3/4 cup ice cubes
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 cup cubed mango
  • 1 cup small tapioca/sago (more if you prefer)

Instructions

  1. Put everything in a blender, except cubed mango and tapioca and blend until smooth.
  2. Mix Mango smoothie with the sago.
  3. Transfer to serving bowls and garnish with more sago and cubed mangoes before serving.

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132 Responses

  1. OMG! drooling over that mango sago! It feels like I can just reach into the pictures and have myself a spoonful! Thanks for this recipe, will prove useful all year round I’m sure. πŸ™‚

  2. I love mango sango! I miss the sweetness of the mango that I’ve tried in the Philippines. With a hot season, I need to add some crashed ice on it. Thank you for this recipe.

  3. We made an ice cream mango last summer too. And this is also a healthy food. Even the sago is easy to prepare. You just have to put it in the the refrigerator. I would love to have a melon version of this.

  4. I first had mango sago in Singapore and fell in love with it! I agree – the cold, creamy, chewy dessert and mild sweetness and tang of the mango – ah, heaven!

  5. I love mangoes and this recipe looks really refreshing. will try this soon.

  6. That looks like a great treat! My son has decided he loves mango, so I’ve been trying to find him all kinds of mango things to eat lately. I have never cooked with tapioca before, but it looks so interesting!

  7. I have never had anything like this before. WOW, it sounds so good. Mangoes are one of my favorite fruits! Yum!

  8. I’ve never add anything like this, but I’m curious- are those the same tapioca “balls” that they put in bubble tea? Either way, it looks absolutely delicious and I would love to give it a try!

  9. I had tasted this in a Chinese restaurant. I love it and I didn’t know it’s easy to make. We love mangoes and tapioca pearls. I will make this!

  10. It looks so pretty! What a beautiful dish to present at the end of a special meal! Or whenever, lol! It just looks so chef-worthy that I’d be tempted to save it just for special occasions πŸ™‚

  11. I have never had mango like this or tapioca to be honest, but it sounds interesting to say the least. It went from being drowned by the rains to being already 100 degrees here in Texas lol, so I may be trying to make something similar to help us cool down too. Thanks for sharing.

  12. I have never heard of mango sago! It looks pretty crazy and I’m not sure if I could be convinced to try it, lol. Maybe without the sago!

  13. The Mango Sago looks amazing! I am a big fan of fruits, and especially mango. I will show this to my boyfriend to see if we could make this together one day.

      1. Oh..This one is a mouth watering dessert too.Simple and easy but yet so yummy and refreshing..Cant wait to do this

  14. This looks great – especially during the summer season. I am going to try this out for my family one evening this week. Thank you for sharing!

  15. Simple and easy to make. Would love to have this one at home. Will make it this coming Sunday.

  16. Nice photos! I’m trying to do avoid sweets these days. So I’ll just enjoy the photos for now. When I can have a cheat day, I’ll definitely try to prepare this dessert. Pinoy na Pinoy e!

  17. What a summery dish! I’ve been reading blogs about food a lot today and how apt that I’m not reading about dessert! Plus this is one dessert I’m sure my family will definitely like. Thanks Mommy P! πŸ™‚

  18. Sarap! perfect ngayong summer or kahit umuulan! Will try this next week- kasi next week pa ako mag grocery ulit! πŸ™‚

  19. I love Mango Sago as my favorite is Sago, and it reminds me of those Zagu Milk shakes hahaha… And this Mango sago is what I had for dessert at Mandarin Palace in BF Aguirre. Ang Dali lang pala niya gawin! πŸ™‚

  20. I want to freeze it! It looks really good and doable. I want to do this with the kids. My plan is to include cooking and food preparation officially in our home school.

  21. We love making smoothies here at home too! Langka smoothie, talbos ng kamote mixed with pineapple juice smoothie, and of course mango graham. We will try this one too, Zagu style! Thanks for sharing! =)

  22. Ginagawa din namen to mamsh minsan dahil mahal din kasi kilo nang mangga. Sobrang sarap talaga tapos minsan nilalagay pa namen sa freezer like parang ice candy. Hehehehehe

  23. This so refreshing 😍 Isa ito sa mga favorite kung desserts!
    Sarap

  24. Sobrang sarap nito ma. Pwede pang dessert. Gumagawa rin kami nito pero ibang version nga lang.

  25. All time favorite ko to ma ginagawa namin pag may okasyon ..sarap Kasi

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutterβ™₯. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more β†’

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