This is one of my favourite - Kuih Sago. I always want it gentle and shakey 'dangdut' like Inul (my favourite dangdut singer) when she performs, always shake the tray before buying them. So, this time I tried myself. Wow!!! Not that hard... but it was too sweet (for me) and need to reduce the sugar next time.
Kuih Sago Kacau - Noraini@RestoranPakAmir
1 bowl sago
3 bowls water
1-1.5 bowl sugar / palm sugar (chopped)
dessicated coconut + pinch of salt (for coating)
hot boiled water to wash the sago
- Put sago in a strainer and pour hot boiled water on it. Make sure a bowl is put underneath the strainer to prevent the hot water from licking out. Soak a moment and wash under running tap water. Aside for draining.
- Bring to boil 3 bowls of water together with pandan leaves.
- Add in washed sago and stir well till it turns clear, then add in sugar. Continue stirring until dense or thicker.
- Pour in a tray or moulds and let it cool.
- Cut into shape and coat with dessicated coconut and serve.