Kueh Sago/Steamed Tapioca pearls cake



Kuehs are bit size snacks from Malay inheritance. I love their subtle flavor, lovely texture and mild sweetness.
This one in particular is one of my favorite Kueh. Its blissfully easy to put together and is made of Sago or tapioca pearls.


Kueh Sago/Steamed Tapioca pearls cake
Ingredients
150g Sago
4 tbspn Sugar
1 tspn Rose essence
Grated coconut
A Drop of Rose food coloring [Optional]


Directions
Soak the sago in water for about 1.5-2 hrs.
Optional-You can add a little bit of food coloring to the soaking water
After about 2 hrs, strain the sago and discard the water . Mix it with Sugar and rose essence.
Pour the mix to a steaming tray and steam for 25 minutes until all peals has become transparent.
Let it cool. Once cooled down , cut it into squares and coat well with grated coconut.


26 Comments:

  1. absolutely fantastic & mouth-watery..;)

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  2. Looks so much like turkish delight. Yummmm

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  3. I LUV THIS TURKISH DELIGHT...A BIG FAN OF IT...BEAUTIFUL CLICK,RAMYA

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  4. Yum yum ...I like this so much too and want it try for long ...

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  5. Steamed Sago Cake luks yummlicious.very new to me Ramya.Fab recipe.

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  6. a definite try out in my kitchen. looks awesome.

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  7. Very new and interesting recipe and the clicks are tempting

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  8. Awesome Recipe

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  9. They look like cute little princesses, a new recipe to me, bookmarked already..

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  10. wow fanastic cake !! looks so beautiful !! loved that pretty color :)

    Ongoing Event - CC-Chocolate Fest

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  11. Would love to have some rite now,wat an elegant and super tempting kueh sago.

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  12. wow, just awesome..aren't they pretty? sure they taste yum..

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  13. Lovely recipe...looks yummy and love that color...

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  14. Hey Ramya, they look so delicious, thanks for sharing.., they look so cute...

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  15. I too posted this very long back,one of fav malay recipe...u have done it perctly...Now am carving for this some:)

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  16. This seems to be easy..Let me try a hand on this one..By the wy, love the colour..girly girly

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