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Honeydew Sago 蜜瓜西米露

By Rumblingtummy @RumblingTummi
I have been neglecting my blog as I had recently signed up for a charity drive, Give a Little Warmth so I have been spending my time knitting and crocheting away.  A hobby that I have not touched for many years.  Thankfully, I am still able to remember the basic.  

Also with the passing of our Founding Father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.  My mood was extremely low during that week.   I shall leave politics out of the picture but nevertheless, I respected this man and am indeed proud to be a Singaporean.  

Life goes on .....

Many years ago, I bought one honeydew and it tasted so horrible and since then I have not touch it for the longest of time.  (It has this chemical taste to it).  Decided to give this a try again as my daughter was requesting for it.  

I also spotted some cantaloupe and make a impromptu addition to this Honeydew Sago 蜜瓜西米露.

Luckily this time round, that horrible taste is non existent and I am happy to serve this to my family.

Give this a try as it is really easy and delicious.

Honeydew Sago 蜜瓜西米露
What you need:
200g Sago
100g sugar
4 cups Water
1 liter of vanilla ice-cream
1 cup of Nata De Coco (cubed it smaller) (I omitted this as I forgotten to buy it)
1 honeydew
Boil sugar and water until sugar dissolves. Cool it.
Pour sago into a pot of boiling water and boil for 10 mins.  Turn off heat and cover for another 10 mins.  

Wash the sago under running water until it's not sticky.
Scoop some honeydew into a ball.  Puree the rest.

Scoop cantaloupe into ball.  Puree the rest.
Mix all the ingredients and served chilled


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