Recipe by u812gosh
"A delicious traditional Thai dessert."
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uncooked glutinous (sticky) white rice, rinsed
1 (13.5 ounce) can
coconut milk, divided
ripe mangoes, peeled and cubed
I've made this recipe on the stove. This is good, but I gave it a 4 star rating because the topping is a bit bland/gooey/pastey tasting. The second time I made it, I doubled the sugar in the topping recipe, but it still tasted a little pastey after it simmered 2 minutes. So, after I removed it from the heat, I added 1/4 tsp. vanilla and it was much better tasting. Instead of fresh mango I used the Dole frozen mango chunks.
Yes, this is exactly the recipe I was looking for. The proportions are perfect (rice:sauce) and it tastes like it should. Delicious.
This is my favorite dessert in a Thai resturant. I am so happy to find this recipe!
I have made this twice. The first time I used sticky rice and cooked it on a splatter guard on top of pan of water about three inches from rice and placed a stainless steal bowl over the rice. I turned the rice once during cooking. It turned perfect. The second time some of the rice cooked and some didn't and after two hour I just chucked it and made long grain rice. It was ok but I didn't really like it after having the sticky rice. I am going to try the micro wave and if that doesn't work I am going to buy a steamer. 1/2 cup sugar in the coconut milk and it was more than sweet. The second time I used Agave' sugar and it wasn't as sweet. The flavor was there but need to add more next time. You can also use tapioca starch in place of corn starch which I did. I also used 1/2 cups rice and i/2 cups coconut milk. I live in Australia and there are no Mangos at this time of year so I used canned ones. I preferred them and it was a lot cheaper. ( I really miss the great food in the US) You really can use any kind of fruit you like. This is really one of the best recipes I have tried on the site and 8 of my friends who I served it to agreed.
Turned out really well and was actually much simpler than I expected. I would have liked it if there was slightly more of the coconut sauce, but perhaps I over cooked it and lost some. But it was a real treat overall!
Made this once already and it came out perfect. It's a simple recipe that tastes like it came from a Thai restaurant. I will be making it again tonight!
So easy and so delicious!! A trick for making the sticky rice: soak your rice over night and steam the next day. I use a colander and a large pot with a lid to steam the rice and it come out perfect!
This was good, but too sweet. I would cut back on the sugar and make sure to get a good mango (it makes the world of difference.)
Also, I about died when I saw the caloric & fat content in Coconut milk- I didn't realize how bad it is for you! So this is definitely a once in a blue moon treat!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sweet Sticky Rice with Mangoes
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 127
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