Sago (tapioca or pearl balls)

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

14 Responses

  1. LIlia tongol says:

    Where can I buy the molasses?

  2. Connie says:

    Supermarket, Lilia. Baking section. :)

  3. Cyndi Garcia says:

    I am the art/ editorial director for Mango Street in Cebu. We are a new magazine going into
    our 2nd month January 2006. I want to publish your daughters recipes for her
    special Sago for our Dining and Bites section! We will completely credit her and she
    can send us contributing photos and a story if she wants.

    Let me know ASAP, as we need are finalizing the issue for January. If anything, she
    be in February’s issue.
    Thank you,
    Cyndi Garcia-Mango Street

  4. Connie says:

    Cyndi, you mean the “blue” sago drink? Am not so sure if she kept the photos. I’ll have to ask her though and e-mail you. :)

  5. LaLa says:

    hi.. can you please include instructions on how to cook the sago. thanks!

  6. mariaE. says:

    HI thanks for the Sago Idea, I want to know how to cook too!!
    I tried a lot of times but doesnt look that good like your daughter.

  7. jill potenciano says:

    i would like to know what sago is made of and how to make it also…and if i can ask any recipe on how to make halo-halo…thank you so much…

  8. Ryan says:

    Hi., could you please give me some instructions on how to make the filipino sago the traditional way., kind of like how they sell it on the street vendors. Thanks!

  9. artchell says:

    can u help to cook sago,and where can we buy…

  10. roland says:

    I need to make gallons of this – lets say for 30 people — any advice on how to start? at least with the molasses

  11. dyna says:

    hello…can u help mem
    how to cook sago and where can i buy all the ingriendents that i need?