Strawberries are rich in nutrients, and content of vitamins in pulp is higher than in apples and grapes. Strawberries contain a lot of protein, organic acids, pectin and other nutrients. In addition, strawberries are also rich in vitamins B1, B2, PP, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, zinc, chromium and other minerals and some trace elements necessary for human body, as well as essential fiber, iron, potassium, vitamin C. An important source of such ingredients like flavonoids and flavonoids.Ingredients 100 g sago 200 g strawberries 500 g milk method
Boil water in a saucepan, add sago and cook for about 10-15 minutes;
Cook until only a small white spot remains in middle of sago, turn off heat and simmer for 10 minutes until white spot in middle of small sago is completely gone. The sago will cook, so add more water and stir while cooking;
Remove small sago and wash off slime from surface with cold water;
Add sago to milk and refrigerate for half an hour; chilled sago should become plump and swollen, having absorbed milky flavor of milk;
Chop strawberries and mix well with milk sago, add honey and you have a delicious milk strawberry sago dew.