Banana Sago Mambo Salad

I love all kinds of desserts. Salads, pies, cakes, tarts, puddings, fritters, pastries, brownies, ice creams, doughnuts, oh, meal will never be complete without a dessert! Even a plain sliced apple or a peeled banana will wrap my meal perfect.

BANANA SAGO MAMBO SALAD is one of my favorite desserts. I remember that this dessert recipe is used to be prepared by my Aunt each time my sister and I would visit them and play with our cousins. It is a quick and easy to prepare dessert that everybody, including kids will surely love. You can use different kinds of colors of sago or tapioca pearls to make it more fun and exciting for kids to feast. There are shops particularly in wet markets that sell pre-cooked sago so you will not spend time cooking them. Unless you prefer boiling them about 3-4 hours and that is so tiresome for an easy to make and easy to eat BANANA SAGO MAMBO SALAD. This dessert is such an amazing because it is healthy since it is a fruity dessert, it has milk in it and a minimal amount of sugar. You may also omit sugar if you want to since the banana will already sweeten the milk.


10 to 12 pieces banana saba or any banana you prefer
1 liter water
1 cup white sugar
1 big can evaporated milk
1/2 cup all-purpose Nestle cream
2-3 cups sago or tapioca pearls, boiled and washed

Peel each banana and slice them to bite sizes. Set aside. Put water in a large pot. Bring to a full boil then add sugar and the sliced banana. Lessen heat. Cook about 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Now add your pre-cooked sago, then cook for another minute or two and remove from fire. Pour the evaporated milk and all-purpose cream. And, let it cool. Transfer in a ware and refrigerate for 2-3 hours and serve your cold BANANA SAGO MAMBO SALAD!

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