Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Thai Sticky Rice with Mango Ver 2.0

I know I've posted this yummy dessert earlier but this is a more authentic version and I've used actual sticky rice here as opposed to the regular rice I used earlier and followed a slightly different method. Now that I know how to get good mangoes here in the US, I've made this dessert several times this summer and were able to enjoy this creamy, luscious vegan dessert.

The recipe is adapted from the thaifood website but with some modifications made by me.


STICKY RICE WITH MANGOES


Ingredients:
Sweet Rice/Sticky Rice - 1 cup

Mangoes - 2, ripe, peeled and cut (ensure they are wrinkled and very soft)
Brown Sugar - 1/3 cup
Coconut milk - 1 can (make sure it's good quality e.g Chao Koh)
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Cornstarch - 2 tsp dissolved in some cold water


Method:


1) Soak the rice for about 30 mins to an hour. Drain and steam cook this rice for about 15-20 minutes on a medium flame or till translucent and cooked through. Transfer rice to a bowl with a tight lid and keep covered.


2) Meanwhile, combine coconut milk, sugar, salt on a medium flame until all the sugar dissolves and the mixture is scalding (not boiling but almost there).


3) Reserve about 1/3 of this sauce and pour the remaining into the bowl with rice. Stir to combine, cover and keep aside for about 30 minutes for it to absorb the flavours (no need to refrigerate).


4) To the remaining sauce, add the dissolved cornstarch and boil on low heat to thicken slightly.


5) When ready to serve, place a scoop of rice, with the mango slices and drizzle some of the coconut sauce on top. You can also sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds for garnish.




15 comments:

  1. This looks really creamy. The sticky rice w/banana/mango I've had in Thailand is rather dry and the grains stick to each other. I don't know if that's because it's street food or that's how it is.

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  2. should try making this sometime..sounds so good..

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  3. Very interesting recipe.. and the ingredients tempt me to try this right away.. bookmarking..:)

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  4. What a combo of ingredients. Though i have seen this in many restaurents here, never tried this one.Sounds yummy

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  5. This is so easy to make & is such a nice creamy dessert .. loved the addition of coconut milk

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  6. This is totally new to me....looks yum

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  7. Love this...looks delicious..liked ur version..:)

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  8. Sra, that is true.. the storebought ones are like that but my husband prefers it to be more creamy so I drizzle a bit more of the sauce than usual.

    Thank you Sowmya.

    Sujatha, hope you get a chance to try it.

    Jeyashri - i had it for the first time in Singapore - since then i've been hooked.

    Deesha - that is true.. easy and tasty.

    Thanks Sharmi & Prathiba.

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  9. Looks super delish...perfect combo!

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  10. Looks great... Would love to try this.

    I recently posted a recipe for Mini Mango Cheesecake . Please have a look at it when you have time.

    -Lavanya.
    http://recipecongeries.blogspot.com

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  11. Hummm yum yummmm..drooling post!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  12. Hey laavanya...believe me or not...last week when I saw this sticky rice with mango,all i cud remember was ur old post... :) and here u r with another reipe...even before going thru the reipe,I started typing this comment :)

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  13. Woww. looks so creamy and yummy.. I have had this at restaurants. now i should try at home too :) Yours looks fab..

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  14. My favorite dessert in Thai restaurants, looks creamy and delicious.

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