Sabu Makha: Sago/sabudana with summer fruits in this no-cook Bengali snack

Sabu makha is Bengal summers in a bowl. This no-cook snack made with sabu (sabudana in Hindi) is perfect for the hot and humid days when cooking can feel like a painful task even for those who love to cook. You really can use any fruit you like, but we have chosen Martaman bananas, sweet, ripe and fragrant Himsagar mangoes, and soft and juicy variety (gola) kathal or jackfruit. The grated coconut adds texture and flavour with every bite. The acidity from the Gandharaj lime (a lime found in Bengal that is similar in fragrance to kaffir lime) cuts through the sweetness to create the perfect balance. This is something we grew up eating for breakfast and sometimes for evening snack in late summer and monsoons when the mangoes and the jackfruits ripen.
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