Sua Fa’i Samoan banana and sago pudding

Use up those ripe bananas and make this scrummy sago pudding recipe that can be served as a simple dessert, breakfast or special treat - contains no added sugar!

Easy banana dessert recipes
SERVES 4
TIME TO MAKE 15 - 30 mins
MEAL TYPE Dessert
SERVES 4
TIME TO MAKE 15 - 30 mins
MEAL TYPE Dessert

Method

  1. Mash peeled bananas by hand leaving some lumpy bits
  2. Add cold water – enough to cover bananas
  3. Add sago and stir through
  4. Bring to the boil on medium heat, then turn down and simmer stirring occassionally until sago goes transparent
  5. Before serving add coconut cream and stir through
  6. Serve warm or leave to cool and go jelly like and eat cold. Either way it’s lovely

Tip

  • Perfect served with a squeeze of lime or lemon juice over the Sua Fa’i.
  • You can add extra water later on if mixture is too thick
  • The more sago the thicker the consistency.
  • Is coconut cream good for you? learn more
  • ripe bananas
  • 1 - 2 tbsp
    sago
  •  
    water to cover
  • 1/3 cup
    coconut cream
  •  
    lemon or lime juice, to taste
Per serve
  • Energy
    416kJ
  • Total Fat
    2.6g
  • Saturated Fat
    2.2g
  • Total Carbohydrate
    18g
  • Sugars
    13g
  • Dietary Fibre
    0.9g
  • Sodium
    3mg

Method

  1. Mash peeled bananas by hand leaving some lumpy bits
  2. Add cold water – enough to cover bananas
  3. Add sago and stir through
  4. Bring to the boil on medium heat, then turn down and simmer stirring occassionally until sago goes transparent
  5. Before serving add coconut cream and stir through
  6. Serve warm or leave to cool and go jelly like and eat cold. Either way it’s lovely

Tip

  • Perfect served with a squeeze of lime or lemon juice over the Sua Fa’i.
  • You can add extra water later on if mixture is too thick
  • The more sago the thicker the consistency.
  • Is coconut cream good for you? learn more