Plant Power Cooking Challenge | Week #6 | Sago and Mango Caramelized Pudding

Few days before I prepared Sago Kheer that was somewhat in a liquid state but now this time I tried to make it in a jelly form.

The procedure is almost the same but in this recipe, I added Agar Agar powder to make it jelly. As it is a mango season so I choose mango otherwise any season fruit of your choice can be used to make this dessert.

For this recipe, I prepared soy milk at home. Although it is very easy to make soy milk at home, but if you have no time then can use store-bought also as I used in the previous recipe.

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  • Sago 1 cup
  • Soy milk 1 litre (required about 750 ml)
  • Sugar 3/4 cup + 1/4 cup for caramelizing
  • Mango medium size 1 pc
  • Agar-Agar powder 2 tsp ( It is a vegetarian gelatin)



  • Soak sago in 4x water for a couple of hours then boil till it becomes transparent or become soft.
  • Drain the water by filtering it.
  • Heat soy milk and add sugar. Now add cooked sago.
  • Add Agar Agar powder and mix well.
  • Bring it to a boil.
  • In the meantime heat a pan and add 1/4 cup of sugar. Caramelize it and pour it into a bowl in which you want to set this pudding.
  • Above caramelized sugar layer spread mango pulp layer then pour prepared milk.
  • Cool it down and keep it in the refrigerator for a couple of hours.
    Your Pudding is ready to serve.


    Serve it upside down on a plate same as shown in the 1st photo.


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Thanks for sharing this. Namasté

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Looks really delicious, especially with the caramelized sugar and homemade soy milk. Thanks for sharing chef!

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Oh wow! Such a nice and simple dessert using mangoes.

Yes, mango season is on, njoy!!

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Thank you @lotusshares