Jolly Peach-Sago Salad Recipe

Peach-Sago Salad Recipe. One of the most spending well disposed Filipino Salad plans and it is quick and simple to make. With just a couple of fixings, you can make this yummy and mouth-watering sago plate of mixed greens. To make this formula all we need is cooked custard pearls “SAGO”, cream, consolidated milk, vanished or crisp milk and almond extricate. To set up all we need is to blend all fixings, chill and serve. What I like about this formula is that you can supplant peaches with any organic product you like.

I recollect my Aunt disclosed to me that my Nanay used to cook Tapioca when they were teenagers. My Aunt says that Nanay’s custard formula was wonderful and she inquires as to whether I have a similar formula. What’s more, I said “NO”, I haven’t recollected that she made that treat for us. So I get some information about it and she can’t review making them. Gee Now what?!! they’re both on their senior years, oh joy! Alzeimers what have you done?? Hahaha… however beneficial thing is, I discovered Mely’s Sago Mango Salad and it looks yummy! So I’m attempting it with Peaches, since mangoes are off season and it’s expensive. So lets begin…


  • 1 cup uncooked Tapioca Pearls “Sago”, cooked in 4 cups of bubbling water
  • 1 can (460g) Jolly Peach in Halves, depleted and cubed
  • 1 can (300g) Nestle Cream
  • 1 can (168ml) Sweetened Condensed Milk, (alter as per your taste)
  • 2½ cups Evaporated or Fresh Milk, Chilled
  • 3 tsp. Almond or Vanilla Extract
  • Maraschino Cherry, to enrich


To start with, we have to bring 4 cups of water into a breaking point. Include a cup of little size custard pearls and mix now and again to maintain a strategic distance from staying and consuming at the base of the pot. Cook for around 20 minutes until practically translucent. Shoot, spread with a top and let the custard pearls rest until completely cooked. Flush and channel and spot in a huge profound serving plate. (It would be ideal if you utilize plain white sago, don’t blend with the hued ones.) As you can see on my photograph, I included a couple of green and yellow ones, which I think twice about it, LOL. As I drop my sago in bubbling water, it turns green and there’s no other viable option for me. Exercises learned, Laundry SOP can be connected in cooking once in a while “separate your whites from the shaded ones”, LOL.

Channel and cut peaches into little solid shapes and add to into your custard. Next, include your generally useful cream, ¾ of your dense milk (you can include the rest later) new milk and concentrate (almond is incredible in this formula, yet you can utilize vanilla concentrate in the event that you need or both that will be fine). Blend well to consolidate and now, you can check the sweetness and change as per your taste.

Chill Peach-Sago Salad for at any rate an hour prior to serving. Try not to stress if your serving of mixed greens turns out to be thick, that is absolutely fine since custard will in general retain the almond-milk. Be that as it may, if it’s unreasonably thick for your loving, simply include half cup of vanished or new milk and blend well. Serve Peach-Tapioca Salad with Cherry on top.

Much thanks to you so much Jolly Products for sharing your yellow stick Peach Halves in Syrup. I cherish your canned peaches, it’s not very ready and soft to deal with. It has an ideal immovability to hold its shape when you cut them or shape them into a ball. Starting now and into the foreseeable future, I’ll be changing to Jolly Peaches Halves.

To my companions out there who need to attempt this formula, I suggest Peach Halves from Jolly Products. It’s somewhat less expensive than different brands, yet high in quality however in case you’re not a Peach sweetheart you can utilize new Sweet Mangoes.

Jolly Peach-Sago Salad Recipe

Keep Peach-Tapioca Salad refrigerated in a holder with fitted cover to evade waste. This serving of mixed greens can last as long as seven days, yet you have to include increasingly vanished or crisp milk with a couple of drops of almond and sugar if your plate of mixed greens turns out to be excessively thick.

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