Top Rated Mango Sticky Rice Recipes

This dish is simple to make, but it's all about having the right ingredients. I learned to make this during a cooking class in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and have recreated it stateside several times since — with varrying results. This time, I got it right, by searching out the most authentic Thai ingredients. It's possible to substitute in brown sugar and a different kind of rice, but it just won't yield the same results. To get the most out of this delicious dessert, visit a Thai grocery store in your area to make sure you are getting the right products.
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Eden Grinshpan of Log On and Eat with Eden Grinshpan on the Cooking Channel shares her favorite Thai-isnpired Mango Sticky Rice recipe. Grinshpan's comment on the recipe: "This snack is light and delicious! You will love it! I promise! Perfect for the spring/summer ;)"
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Chef mariajane
This is a wonderful Thai dish, and I'm sure that everyone will enjoy it, so sweet, and delicious
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten
When cooled, sticky rice, also known as sweet or glutinous rice, holds together without any gumminess.
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DrGaellon
Adapted from a recipe at Serious Eats http://bit.ly/eHmwaT Do not make the mistake of substituting cream of coconut for the coconut milk! Frozen mango can be substituted; thaw it completely first. Be sure the rice is completely cool before folding in the whipped cream; if not, the whipped cream will collapse back into liquid.
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Sass Smith
I was trying to match a dessert sold at a local Thai restaurant; this is pretty close, but not exact. The real thing uses glutinous rice, but since that is not available in most of the U.S., this can be a variation for people without it.
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jackkekempsey
I looks do have a cooking on cool
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BrianneMichelle
One of my favorite desserts to order at Thai restaurants is fresh Mango Sticky Rice. Don't get me wrong, cheesecakes and chocolate mousse is up there too, but there's something incredibly satisfying about this somewhat savory dessert with its bright flavors and fresh fruit sweetness. So... as I do with many of my restaurant favs, I tried to recreate the Mango Sticky Rice myself, of course giving it a little something extra by adding a molecular twist. The ginger air that you can see on top, is very light, but since the ginger paste packs such a punch a little goes a long way. The air is full of flavor and gives the whole dish overall a little tang that really livens up the mango and coconut flavors. All-in-all a very successful dish that proved very popular at home.
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DetroitTokyo
I made this the other day when I had some leftover sticky rice and boy let me tell you, this is special! It tastes just like Thai mango sweet sticky rice and is so simple to make.
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