Mango sticky rice. Mango sticky rice (Thai: ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง, RTGS: khaoniao mamuang, pronounced [kʰâ(ː)w.nǐa̯w mā.mûa̯ŋ]; Malay: pulut mangga) is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango and coconut milk, and eaten with a spoon or sometimes the hands. This mango sticky rice recipe requires just a few ingredients. Use the ripest mangoes you can find, good-quality coconut milk (avoid "lite" options), and Thai sweet rice.
Sweetened coconut milk flavors sticky rice, which is then served with fresh mango in this deliciously refreshing take on the traditional Thai treat. Spoon some salted coconut sauce over the rice and. Mango sticky rice a must-order whenever I visit a Thai restaurant, but when I can find ripe mangos I prefer to make this dish at home. You can cook Mango sticky rice using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Mango sticky rice
- It’s 1 of Mango.
- It’s 500 kg of Sticky Rice.
- It’s 65 ml of coconut milk.
- Prepare 1/2 teaspoon of salt.
- It’s 1 spoon of cornstarch.
- You need 2 spoon of sugar.
- It’s 100 ml of water.
You'd be surprised how easy it is to prepare this dessert. The main reason I order Thai food is for the mango sticky rice. Thai mango sticky rice, made with rice, mango and a delicious coconut sauce. It's sweet, creamy and a scrumptious dessert.
Mango sticky rice instructions
- Boiled sticky rice and add salt, wait until half cooked.
- Then steamed sticky rice was about 10 minutes.
- Then add coconut milk and cook again until cooked, about 15 minutes.
- Boiled coconut milk, sugar, water, cornmeal into one until boiling.
- Cut into small mangoes, size according to taste.
- Last serve sticky rice, mango and pour coconut milk on it.
For Thai mango sticky rice, the sticky rice is steamed, mixed with thick coconut cream and sugar, paired with perfectly ripe yellow sweet mango, served with some extra coconut cream on the top to. Traditionally, mango sticky rice is topped with toasted or fried yellow mung beans (dry-toast them in a skillet for a few minutes until golden brown and crispy), but you can substitute toasted sesame seeds. Mango sticky rice is called 'khao nieow mamuang' in Thai and is a delicious dessert dish much beloved in Thailand and rightly so. Mamuang is the word for mango and you do need nice sweet ripe. Presentation: Arrange the cooked coconut rice in a bowl or plate with the mango slices in some kind of pretty formation and dribble a bit.