Sago Melkkos (Sago Pudding) Recipe - been looking for this for years!!!!

This is called “Melkkos” (& regte boere resep ) and it’s basically milk with some flour, butter, salt, eggs, cinnamon and sugar and its cheap to make. This recipe has sago added. You’ll just love this!

South African Baked Sago Pudding Recipe - Food.com - 216804

South African Baked Sago Pudding

Slow Cooker Sago Pudding

Slow Cooker Sago Pudding

***Slow Cooker Sago Pudding Used brown sugar to make it caramel sago - yum!

South African Baked Sago Pudding Recipe - Food.com

South African Baked Sago Pudding

Very traditional, very comforting! Rather dont use tapioca, which is similar but has much larger beads or grains. Tapioca would need soaking overnight.

Simple Sago Pudding recipe

Simple Sago Pudding recipe

Baked Sago pudding!!!  A traditional Afrikaans dessert. The recipe is on the website.

Baked Sago pudding!!! A traditional Afrikaans dessert. The recipe is on the website.

Sago Mango Recipe Pudding Recipe

Mango Sago Pudding Recipe is popular Singapore dessert with mango and sago as main ingredients. Mango Sago is mildly sweet and taste delicious.

Sago Melkkos (Sago Pudding) Recipe - been looking for this for years!!!!

Sago Melkkos (Sago Pudding) Recipe - alt to sago/tapioca pudding in coupe

Mango and Coconut Tapioca Pudding - Mango Mania

Mango and Coconut Tapioca - sago Pudding

Sago Melkkos (Sago Pudding) Recipe

Sago Melkkos (Sago Pudding) Recipe

Sensational Sago Pudding - sago is like Tapioca, just smaller!

Sensational Sago

Sago pudding has got to be the ultimate in winter comfort desserts (well for me anyway). It is quick and easy to make (no baking) and can be prepared in advance and stored in the fridge to be rehe.

Coconut sago puddings recipe | Food To Love

Coconut sago puddings

Coconut sago puddings recipe - By recipes+, Full of natural, sweet flavours, these deliciously creamy coconut sago puddings make the ultimate dessert after any meal!

Old-fashioned sago pudding - Recipe search results - Pick n Pay

Love it or hate it, it's still a nursery classic!

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