Delicious Recipe of Sagu

author Luísa Schmitz de Castro   1 weekly ago
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Sago Gulaman Drink (Samalamig)

21/2 to 3 cups sago 1 3/4 cup dark brown sugar 1/2 tsp banana flabvouring (depending on your taste gradually adding ) 1 can grass jelly or any jelly you prefer 2-3 litters of water ice

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This recipe was a task made for our subject English II at IFRS Canoas.

Students: Léo Marco de Assis Hardt, Leonardo Feijó Adorno and Luísa Schmitz de Castro.
Class: DS2
Teacher: Cimara Valim de Melo

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