|Type||tong sui dessert|
|Place of origin||Hong Kong, China|
|Cookbook: Sago soup Media: Sago soup|
|Cantonese Jyutping||sai1 mai5 lou6|
|Literal meaning||sago soup|
Sago soup or Sai mai lou is a type of tong sui dessert in Cantonese cuisine, which is also a variant of tapioca pudding. It is basically made by pearl tapioca (sago), coconut milk and evaporated milk. Other ingredients can also be added, such as taro, pumpkin, mango etc.
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