finding and using thai sago
On a recent trip to Bangkok we fell in love with little appetizers balls of sai jae and sai moo. I assumed these ping-pong ball sized appetizers were wrapped and steamed in rice paper; but rather I find they are made with sago. Apparently you make a past with the sago, stuff it, steam it, enjoy it.
Does any one have any hints as to where to buy sago and how to use it for the little appetizers?