It is traditionally cooked and eaten in various forms, such as rolled into balls, mixed with boiling water to form a glue-like paste, or as a pancake. Sago is often produced commercially in the form of “pearls” .Sago pearls can be boiled with water or milk and sugar to make a sweet sago pudding. Sago pearls are similar in appearance as the pearled starches of other origin, e.g. cassava starch (tapioca) and potato starch, and they may be used interchangeably in some dishes.
Low Gi | Low Fat | Gmo Free | Cholesterol Free | Source Of Dietary Fibre | Suitable For Vegetarians