In fact, many children don't know how to cook glutinous rice when they don't like it.
Materials: 250g sago, 1300ml water, 1000ml pure milk, half can coconut milk, 150g sugar, strawberry, mango and banana.
Methods: 1. Wash sago with water, put 1300ml water into the pot, 250g sago, bring it to a boil. Stir the sago with a spoon to prevent sticking to the bottom of the pot. After boiling, turn to low heat and stir for 3 minutes. At this time, Simi is all white, floating up. Turn off the heat and cover for 10 minutes. Open the lid and see that Simi has become translucent.
2. Open fire again and bring to a boil. Stir on low heat for 3 minutes. Add the lid and simmer for 40 minutes. Open the lid. The sago is transparent and cooked. The cooked sago is washed with a small hole in the pot and the tap is drained. The sticky substance on the sago is gone.
3. Add water into the pot, boil and put the washed sago. After boiling, sift it with a clean sieve and put it into a container. Add 150g sugar to 1000ml pure milk and heat it until the sugar melts. Pour it into sago, then pour it into a half pot of coconut milk and stir it evenly. Put the sago in the refrigerator for 3 hours. When eating, cut the mango, strawberry and banana into small pieces.