Blogger Aid Cookbook: Pearl Sago Porridge

Thanks to Jenn The Leftover Queen who posted an announcement about Blogger Aid Cookbook organized by Val from More Than Burnt Toast, Ivy from Kopiaste and Giz from Equal Opportunity Kitchen, so I can join the event by contributing one of my recipe. This event is to make a cookbook that all profit from sales will go directly to The World Food Programme (WFP), the United Nations frontline agency.

If you want to help, submit your recipe for this cookbook. The deadline has been extended until the end of March 2009.

The recipe that I submit is created by me, so it wont get any problem with the copyright in the future (since it is mine). I concocted it on the last day of 2008. It called pearl sago porridge and served with a coconut milk sauce, a common Indonesian dessert that can be served as appetizer as well, usually during Ramadhan (fasting month). It tastes better while cold, but you can eat it hot as well.

There are lots of ways in making this porridge, but mine is the simplest one. It is easy to make and worth to try. You'll love it as much as we (my beloved and I) do.

For the recipe, you can read it on the cookbook after it's published around late of this year. Don't forget to buy the book ;)

By the way, just to remind you that I'm still waiting for your entry for DMBLGIT February 2009 until 20th of February (at any time according to your location). The gallery can be viewed by clicking the gallery banner on the top bar of this blog.


sowmya said...

sago pudding looks so good..good that the date is extended..will try something..

Ivy said...

Thank you so much for your submission to the BloggerAid cookbook and for raising awareness for the children.

Judith said...

Mau dunk Sef bubur Mutiara :) nyam nyam.. fleksible, bisa dimaem hangant atupun dingin :D

Kitchen Flavours said...

I too joined BloggerAid...

Elsye said...

sumprit gue demen ama poto ini...hehehehe..selamat dearr sefaaa...

Trupti said...

sago pudding looks very delicious.. photo is fabulous

sefa firdaus said...

@Sowmya: yup! so you'll submit yours right?
Thanks for dropping by.

@Ivy: you are most welcome Ivy.
thanks to you too for accepting my recipe. wish you the best with the cookbook.

@Judith: iya mbak, tergantung senengnya aja... mau makan panas atau dingin :)

@Kitchen Flavours: and, did you submit your recipe too?

@Elsye: say... dirimu kirim aja satu resep, masih lama kan deadlinenya.... ayooo ikutan beramal :)

@Trupti: thanks a lot for your compliment and for visiting my blog.

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