I think I must start off by mentioning the Thai savoury dishes I have already shared with all of you. Quite a variety mind you. From the non-vegetarian and vegetarian various types (Thai Crispy Fish, Tom Kha Gai, Shrimp Pad Thai, Thai Tomato Soup & Thai Vegetable Curry) and believe me, the list is on-going. Nevertheless, this is my time I am sharing a Thai dessert, of course a Thai drink has already taken its spot (Thai Lemonade) and on the whole when its a sweet Thai pleasure, how can we not do this Khao Niaow Ma Muang? Thai Mango Sticky Rice, aka Thai Glutinous Rice Mango. So easy. So simple. So uncomplicated. Steam Glutinous rice alongside pandan leaves/screwpine leaves (Pandan Coconut Jelly) till plump, and obviously you need sweet mangoes (Mango Salad, Mango Mocktail & Mango Cucumber Salad) and I think we did speak about coconut milk for Asian desserts previously (Sago Gula Melaka). My version of Khao Niaow Ma Muang if you have noticed is served as separate compartments. Meaning, steamed glutinous rice by itself, palm sugar syrup by itself, coconut milk by itself and mango by itself, but as one delight. Why, are you asking me? Well, let's tuck into Khao Niaow Ma Muang as we wish. We decide on how much of sugar, coconut milk and mango we want alongside glutinous rice. Regardless, I must stress that this version of mine Thai Mango Sticky Rice is still a proud and pride sweet pleasure in your mouth (Baked Rice Pudding, Watermelon Sorbet, Saffron Poached Pears & Pineapple Bread Pudding).
1 cup glutinous rice -soaked overnight and draind off water
2-3 pieces of pandan/screwpine leaves
1 cup thick coconut milk
100g palm sugar
1 tbsp sugar (optional)
Salt as needed
Fresh mango cubes (as needed)
Steam rice with pandan leaves and a pinch of salt till light and fluffy.
Warm up coconut milk.
Make syrup with both types of sugar.
Serve rice, coconut milk and syrup alongside mango cubes.
looks so tempting with mango and sugar syrups and rice, all works well with other flavors.ReplyDelete
omg, i wish I can have some now!ReplyDelete
my fav dessert.. but never tried at home.. in to do list for very long.. you r tempting me more.. Looks yumReplyDelete
yummy yummy..looks really yummy..ReplyDelete
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One of my favorite,you know me anything with mango or rice :) perfect food for your day !ReplyDelete
It is the most appropriate dessert for Ganesha Chathurti. Love the sticky rice.ReplyDelete
The story of mango connected to Ganesha/Muruga is popping so much in mind today after seeing your post, a real suitable dish for today. Happy Ganesha Chathurthi.
Lovely rice really tempting.....ReplyDelete
Such a delectable rice Nava,very appropriate for festivityReplyDelete
Nava, nothing can say, this is really yummy.ReplyDelete
wow... yum yum, lovely presentation too..ReplyDelete
Mango sticky rice sound divine and would have been a great dish to offer Lord Ganesha .ReplyDelete
Happy Ganesha Chathurthi !
Very tempting rice.. Love the way you related mango to Ganesh chaturthi..ReplyDelete
mango sticky rice looks so yummy and love ur presentation style too.ReplyDelete
Lovely dish...I love the combination of mango and rice..Perfect for the Ganesha Chatuthi!!!ReplyDelete
Vinayagar Chaturthi wishes to you..ReplyDelete
Delicious dessert.. Must be tasting divine..
Hi Nava, like your version of Mango sticky rice. Will try this one day :) Have a nice day...ReplyDelete
Delicious and yummy!! Looks so inviting!!ReplyDelete
Wow loved your clicks and this recipe too Navs :DReplyDelete
Nava I was planning to make this last week but couldn't and hope to make it soon..:-) Your pics are making me droop..:-)ReplyDelete
wow.. love that platter... looks so lipsmacking...ReplyDelete
Lovely Nava, I have had it in restaurants... simply superb... will try yours at home...ReplyDelete
My mum's fave dessert though we don't encourage it too often because the glutinous rice makes her bloat badly.ReplyDelete
Totally new but overall looks fabulous.. Apt for a festive season! :)Lovely clicksReplyDelete
Lucky you! Mangoes are still in season there?ReplyDelete
The mango sticky rice sounds just the kind of dessert I would love to indulge in.
It's worth a try someday.ReplyDelete
This is a very interesting recipe ! The clicks are simply awesome Nava !ReplyDelete
you made it seems so simple :)ReplyDelete
Nava I have seen this mango sticky rice many times but just didn't get around to make it. bookmarking this to try this next summer. What can I substitute for pandan leaves? Find some time to answer this because I am really going to try this.ReplyDelete
Nava, where are you, dear?Delete
Beautiful clicks very attractive always heard of it but never tried it very niceReplyDelete
That's a new recipe to me, looks like an amazing blend of wonderful ingredients.. Wud love to try this !ReplyDelete
This looks so delicious and refreshing :DReplyDelete
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I haven't taste this rice and mango combination,but sounds delicious...We cook rice together with coconut milk and love that,so I am sure this mango,rice and coconut combination tastes heavenly!ReplyDelete
Lovely dessert Nava.. Although, I've never tasted this before.. Fantastic clicks :-)ReplyDelete
Love this dish!! Such a refreshing taste!ReplyDelete
have heard a lot about the sticky mango rice but never tried it..May be next mango season!!ReplyDelete
It looks super delicious. Love it :)ReplyDelete
My favourite.. urs look lovely n the the plating is awesome NavaneethamReplyDelete