Top Rated 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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Thai iced tea ice cream with coconut sticky rice and fried banana wrapped wontons.
Thai iced tea has a deep, reddish, smoky flavor that when mixed with half-and-half and sweetened condensed milk makes perfect ice cream. Years ago for my final project at the French Culinary Institute I created this recipe by adapting one for tea ice cream from "The Ultimate Ice Cream Book" by Bruce Weinstein. After a few tweaks involving strengthening the tea and substituting condensed milk for sugar, the end result was great. I served it with black coconut sticky rice and fried wonton wrapped bananas — deep, complex flavors with cool, sticky, and crispy textures. But it's tasty enough to stand on its own. The first step is finding the tea. You can score some at your local Asian market, but it's also readily available online. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Thai Dishes
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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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Ginger
My mom is Korean, so we often mixed it up at Thanksgiving by having some Asian dishes and some Western dishes. If we were lucky, it was a turkey with sticky rice stuffing. This isn’t exactly how she made it, but I was always a willful kid.
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Green Papaya Salad
Green papaya salad is incredibly popular in Thailand, so next time you're hankering for a salad, switch it up with this recipe.This recipe is courtesy of About.com.
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Soy Sauce
Here's an Asian-influenced twist on a traditional Thanksgiving turkey centerpiece, courtesy of chef Anita Lo. Click here to see The Ultimate Thanksgiving Countdown.
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Cantonese Sticky Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaves
This dish is served at dim sum, a traditional way of eating that dates back to the Ch'in Dynasty with royal origins. At least, that's how one version of the story goes. Another, equally compelling tale revolves around the Silk Route; more than 1,000 years ago, roadside tea houses used to serve small plates of food with tea to weary travelers. Whichever tale you believe doesn't change the fact that this is a delicious snack to serve with tea.
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felicia822
White rice, and fruit, topped with a mango sauce. I dessert created with leftover rice. Also available in my cookbook.
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swirlycinnacakes
A good way to use leftovers.
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Outofmymindyo
I met someone from Hawaii, and she told me the EASIEST way to do sticky rice in a rice cooker. I love my rice cooker and we use it at LEAST once a week since we live in Japan right now and can get the best short grain rice.
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Galley Wench
In northern Thailand and Laos, sticky rice is served at every meal, much like bread in Europe. Diners form a couple of tablespoons of rice at a time into a small ball, then use it to pick up a chunk of meat or vegetable, or to soak up sauces. Be sure to purchase sticky rice - there is no substitution.
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www.epicurean.com
Put the raw sticky rice into a medium bowl and add enough water to cover it by 2 inches. Leave it to soak for at least 3 hours and as long as overnight. To cook, set up your steaming vessel. Bring about 4 inches of water to a vigorous boil over ...
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