Sago

03 Nov 2009
 

A starch made from the pith of the sago palm, which grows in tropical regions. It's a carbohydrate with little distinctive flavour. It absorbs liquids and acts as a thickener.

Use: To make puddings, desserts, thicken soups and traditional South African meat and chicken pies

 

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