Yay!! I was so excited to participate in Radhika's  event Blog hop Wednesdays. This is my first time and hoping for many more to come.
                This month I was paired with Roshan  of Roshans cucina. She needs no introduction....Im sure most of us have heard about the popular event "kerela kitchen" hosted by Roshan. I came across her blog only after Radhika paired me up with her. Cant thank her enough for leading me to Roshans blog!! I have chosen this recipe for sago kheer from her blog.... was so rich and tasty! loved the smell of cardamom ........:)

4 tbsps sago, soaked for about 1 hour
100 ml water
4 tbsps sugar
seeds from 4 cardamom pods . powdered
11/2  cups milk
15 almonds/ badams soaked in hot water, peeled and ground to a paste
1 pinch saffron
few almonds to garnish (optional)

  • wash the soaked sago.
  • boil the washed sago with the water till cooked
  • add the milk and almond paste and cook on medium flame
  • add the sugar and let it dissolve. keep stirring
  • add the cardamom powder and saffron and cook for a few minutes till it starts to thicken. switch off the flame
  • serve hot or chilled garnished with chopped almonds/saffron

  • when it starts to thicken you can switch off the flame, because when it cools it will thicken more.
sending this recipe to radhikas event blog hop wednesdays


  1. Love the color of your kheer. Looks absolutely delicious.

  2. nice looking kheer with fine blend of flavours ! welcome to blog-hop !

  3. Wow! looks so delicious! Love sago desserts & this is really my kind of dessert! Glad to find another M'sian blogger & your blog is awesome! I'm also a m'sian & living in France now! Glad to be your new follower. Have a nice day ! :)

  4. this looks so delicious can't wait to try it

  5. Love the color of the kheer. Lovely presentation.

  6. Looks yummy, absolutely wonderful. Thanks for visiting me and for your sweet words. You have a nice blog too. Have a great weekend :)

  7. Anything with saffron in it is irresistible to me. This kheer is looking so the beautiful colour and the tiny little sago pearls.

  8. Sago payasam looks totally the cute sago pearls swimming in the kheer

  9. hi Farah, thanks for preparing this recipe...i am sorry i couldnt prepare a recipe from your blog for this blog hop bcoz i was ill...will prepare and post a recipe from your blog for next month's blog hop so that there will be good audience for you too....i'll just talk to Radhika and get it confirmed whether i'll be allowed to participate next month..

    thanks once again for that superb mention about my blog.



  10. This looks soo yummy and delicious! Awesome photography too farah!