Mango Sago Jelly

🥭🍮 Indulge in the tropical goodness of Mango Sago Jelly! 🌴🍨 This refreshing dessert is a delightful treat that will transport your taste buds to paradise! 😋🌟 Mango Sago Jelly is a delightful dessert featuring fresh mangoes, sago pearls, and jelly cubes served on sweet cream made with whipped cream and condensed milk

Indulge in the taste of summer with Mango Sago Jelly, a delightful Filipino dessert that captures the essence of ripe mangoes, mango jelly, nata de coco, and black sago. This chilled dessert, featuring a luscious, sweet cream made with whipped cream and condensed milk, is a true summer-in-a-bowl sensation. Join me as we embark on a journey of tropical flavours and mouth-watering textures.

Mango Sago Jelly is the perfect showcase for the succulent sweetness of fresh mangoes. The vibrant, golden fruit takes centre stage, infusing each spoonful with its juicy, tropical essence. With every bite, you’ll be transported to sunny beaches and swaying palm trees, savouring the very taste of summer. The combination of mango jelly, nata de coco, and black sago adds layers of texture to this delectable dessert. The soft and wobbly mango jelly provides a delightful contrast to the chewy and slightly translucent nata de coco. The addition of black sago brings a unique touch, offering tiny bursts of satisfaction with every spoonful. At the heart of Mango Sago Jelly lies a sweet cream that ties all the flavours and textures together. Whipped cream, with its light and airy consistency, lends a velvety smoothness to the dessert. The condensed milk adds a rich sweetness that complements the tangy freshness of the mangoes, creating a harmonious balance of flavours.

As you take your first spoonful of Mango Sago Jelly, you’ll instantly be immersed in a refreshing symphony of flavours. The coolness of the dessert provides respite from the heat, making it a perfect treat for hot summer days. Each mouthful offers a burst of mango goodness, leaving you craving for more.

Mango Sago Jelly brings joy through its simplicity. With just a few ingredients and easy steps, you can recreate this tropical delight in your own kitchen. It’s a versatile dessert, perfect for summer gatherings or satisfying your dessert cravings. Impress your guests with its vibrant colours and delightful taste. As a part of Filipino Sweet Salads, Mango Sago Jelly represents the evolution of desserts in the Philippines. Growing up in the 70s and 80s, my knowledge was limited to Buko Salad and Fruit Salad. But the Filipino culinary landscape has expanded, giving birth to innovative creations like Buko Pandan and Mango Sago Jelly, dressed in the ever-versatile whipped cream and condensed milk mixture.

Mango Sago Jelly is more than just a dessert; it’s a celebration of summer and the bountiful flavours of ripe mangoes. This Filipino delight brings together the natural sweetness of mangoes, the playful textures of jelly, nata de coco, and sago, and the creamy indulgence of whipped cream and condensed milk. Treat yourself to a taste of paradise with Mango Sago Jelly, and let its refreshing flavours transport you to a tropical oasis.

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Mango Sago Jelly

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  • Author: Raymund
  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Cook Time: 8 mins
  • Total Time: 28 mins
  • Yield: 8 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: Filipino

Description

Mango Sago Jelly is a delightful dessert featuring fresh mangoes, sago pearls, and jelly cubes served on sweet cream made with whipped cream and condensed milk

 


Ingredients

Units Scale

Mango Sago Jelly

Mango Jelly

  • 25 g unflavoured agar jelly powder
  • 4 cups mango puree
  • 2 tbsp lemon juice

Cream

  • 1 cup condensed milk (adjust to the sweetness you like)
  • 200 ml fresh cream, whipped

Instructions

  1. In a saucepan combine all Mango jelly ingredients together, bring to a slow boil then turn it off.
  2. Pour contents on a heatproof rectangular container, place in the refrigerator then let the jelly set. Once jelly has set cut it into cubes.
  3. In a mixing bowl, combine Mango Sago Jelly ingredients and Mango coconut jelly. Make sure all ingredients are properly drained.
  4. Place whipped cream in a bowl then gently fold the condensed milk.
  5. Pour the cream mixture on the Mango Sago Jelly mixture then mix well to combine.
  6. Refrigerate for at least 6 hours before serving.

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9 Responses

  1. An exotic and delicious dessert!

  2. I love mangos and mango desserts – always so luscious and fresh. While I’ve never tried sago pearls, I bet this dessert would like be right up my alley; I particularly love the condensed milk sauce.






  3. Looks so refreshing! And who doesn’t like mango?

  4. I do love mango desserts, and this one sounds delicious! That mango jelly sounds fantastic!






  5. Neil says:

    Oh that’s really nice and refreshing! And you can put it together in only 30 minutes too. Which gives me time to allow it space from my main course!






  6. suituapui says:

    I’d love this, I know!

  7. My brother-in-law talks about this dish from his time in the Philippines – he love it. Oh, and at the family reunion, my nephew-in-law and I made Chicken Kelaguen, which he remembers form his mother. We made it the night everyone ordered pizza – we couldn’t eat the pizza (me allergic to garlic, he and my niece no dairy) so we made the chicken. (He’s the Guamanian I was telling you about.)

  8. Hannah says:

    It’s a perfect balance of rich and refreshing! I’d sure love a bowlful of this treat right now. I’ve actually never made it myself and didn’t realize the recipe was so simple.

  9. EThat is a nice tropical dessert with with a mixture of tastes and textures.

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