Thai sticky rice mango...

Here I am back at home, thinking about food all the time. I wonder if it would be better to work so that I can burn off my calories faster. Never mind, I love to eat anyway. The way that works for me is to cut down the portion.
I used the rice cooker to cook sticky rice as it's easier. Use a steamer with cheesecloth in case you don't have a rice cooker. You'll have to soak the sticky rice overnight and it will take at least 30 minutes to cook the rice in a steamer. Also reduce the rice to 1 cup and omit the water.
- 1 ripe manila mango
- 1 1/2 cups Thai sticky rice aka sweet rice or glutinous rice
- 3/4 cup water
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/4 ts. salt
- toasted coconut & sesame for garnish
1. Rinse the rice, then place into a rice cooker with water.
2. In a medium pot, bring coconut milk, sugar and salt just to a boil. Set aside.
3. After the rice is done, transfer to coconut milk mixture. Mix thoroughly.
4. Cover and let stand for 10 minutes.
5. Fold the bottom part up to the top, let stand for 10 more minutes.


Anonymous said...

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diva@theSugarBar said...

awww wow. that looks great. love this dessert.

Sarah said...

This is one of my favorite desserts! I always get it when I go to the Thai restaurant near my house!

Hillary said...

I seriously love the combination of mango and sticky rice. I like to order it for dessert often and my friends make fun of me because they don't understand how good it is!

mandybee said...

Mmm, I love sticky rice. I can't wait to try this recipe! Thanks for posting. :)

Vanillaorchid said...

Yummy Yummy ka P'Thip!!!

Wanna have some ka ..

I love the way you slice the mango ka..it's perfect!! :)

Kevin said...

That looks good! Nice presentation.

Thip said...

Thank you guys for stopping by.

chriesi said...

Looks great! I am going to try it. I love thai mango, those are to die for.

Thip said...

Chriesi, let me know if you need more information. :)

cookinpanda said...

This is my favorite dessert! I knew it was easy but I hadn't bothered looking for a recipe before. Now that I have this, I am certainly going to try it.

marynol said...

oooohhhlala! I miss this food a lot, we have this in Phil too...just can't find suitable mangoes that goes well with this here. In this side of country, we only had the reddish kind of mango and rarely the ataulfo mangoes, still prefers the Phil variety, i love its aroma and taste. By the way, cheers to your blog, I so love it!=D Surely I'll be a happy follower

Thip said...

Marynol, I know it's hard to find the right mangoes here. :)


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