Sago Dumpling (Veg) | How to make Sago Dumpling (Veg)
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About Sago Dumpling (Veg) Recipe
Sago dumpling or Tapioca dumpling - a popular thai street snack food made of outer layer of tapioca pearls. Instead of the commonly used minced pork in the dumpling, I have created a vegetarian version with sauteed veggies like cabbage, carrot and beans. This is an easy recipe after you master the art of making the circular discs of tapioca pearls and bringing the sides together to wrap up the filling within. Remember that the wrapped tapioca flour should be thin but firm, like explained in the procedure below. These dumplings have a good balance of strong seasoned filling and a bland wrap (of sago). Vegetarian sago dumplings can be served during evening, along with drizzled garlic oil and soy sauce for snack.
Sago Dumpling (Veg) is one dish which makes its accompaniments tastier. With the right mix of flavours, Sago Dumpling (Veg) has always been everyone's favourite. This recipe by Sasmita Sahoo Samanta is the perfect one to try at home for your family. The Sago Dumpling (Veg) recipe is very simple and can be made in restaurant style using these ingredients. The time taken while preparing Sago Dumpling (Veg) is 40 minutes and the time taken for cooking is 25 minutes. This is recipe of Sago Dumpling (Veg) is perfect to serve 4 people. Sago Dumpling (Veg) is just the appropriate option to prepare when you have a get together or party at home. Be it kids or grownups, everyone just absolutely love Sago Dumpling (Veg). So do try it next time and share your experience of cooking Sago Dumpling (Veg) by commenting on this page below!
Ingredients to make Sago Dumpling (Veg)
- Tapioca () ½ cup
- Shallot (finely chopped) ¼ cup
- , carrot, bean (finely chopped) 1 cup
- Cilantro () 2-3
- root 2 no.
- Soy sauce 1 tbsp
- powder ½ tsp
- clove 2-3 no.
- 2-3 tbsp
- ½ cup
How to make Sago Dumpling (Veg)
My Tip:Tapioca Pearl Dough is too sticky. Avoid hot water to soak the pearls, otherwise, the dough becomes too sticky. Water at room temperature is the best. If the dough seems too dry then sprinkle some water and knead again. If the dough seems too watery, add some soaked tapioca and knead again. For perfect dough always keep the ratio of tapioca pearls to water is 1:1. These dumplings can be kept in the fridge for 2-3 days. Just before serving, reheat the dumplings in the microwave or steamer. Instead of cilantro roots, thicker stems of fresh cilantro can be used. Prefer to dip hand into water before handling the dough. If the dumplings breaks during cooking, it means that the wrap (made from tapioca dough) is too thin. So be careful while making the wrap, it should neither thick nor thin.