Weekly Photo Challenge: {From Above}

Ah, yes, the view from above is certainly a feast for the eyes. But for those not really familiar with Filipino-Chinese cuisine, this, my friends is what you call Chilled Mango Sago.



Sago is tapioca pearl, those luminous tiny balls you see are a staple in Chinese deserts. What made this interesting is the addition of melt-in-the-mouth sweet tofu, like an island in a sea of Mango puree juice.

The taste is a fusion of sweet-tangy-delectable exploding in an intense kaleidoscope of flavor! It’s a perfect ending for a great meal.

Bon Appetit!

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22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: {From Above}

  1. Thanks for the pingback! And what a great photo!

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  3. Lara

    This looks so yummy…enjoy 🙂

  4. Miam Miam

  5. Oh yumm. I love custard type desserts, and tapioca. Looks like a winner to me! Thanks for the pingback!

  6. Looks yummy!

  7. I like your header intro collage very much!

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  10. not sure if I want to eat it but the photo’s great.

  11. We used to have Tapioca pudding now and again when I was a child but it was nothing like this! I love mango and its juice, so I suspect I’d enjoy this 🙂

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