Sticky Rice with Mango is a traditional Thai dessert of sweet coconut milk mixed with sticky rice and topped with fresh mango. This authentic Thai dessert is easy to make, and is widely popular in Thailand and here in the States. The sticky rice is mixed with a sweet and slightly salty coconut milk then topped with sweet mango and a drizzle of the coconut milk. My favorite way to eat it is with warm sticky rice and chilled mango, so good! The dessert requires you to make traditional Thai Sticky Rice first and then the dessert comes together quickly after it's made. I have an entire post and video showing you how to steam sweet rice or also know as glutinous rice.
Sweet Rice (Zarda)
Glutinous rice - Wikipedia
This is a traditional Pakistani sweet dish, which is must for every occasion. It is easy to make and consists of simple ingredients rather than rich and calorie rich ingredients. Try substituting ricotta for the cream and varying the dry fruit and nuts. Bring a large pot of water to boil with food color and half the cardamom pods. Stir in the rice, reduce heat, cover and simmer until tender, 20 minutes. In a large skillet over low heat, cook remaining cardamom pods in oil 2 minutes. Stir in cooked, drained rice, and sugar.
So What Exactly Is Sticky Rice, Anyway?
Sticky rice is one of those great joys of Asian cuisine that people love across the globe, but may not fully understand. What makes it sticky? How does it differ from regular white rice?
In a Sweet Rice 1 Cup Cooked there are about calories out of which 4 calories come from fat. The total fat content of 1 Cup Cooked Sweet Rice is 0. Within the fat content, a Sweet Rice contains 0. To reduce the risk of heart diseases, it is best to consume items low in cholesterol and the cholesterol count in a 1 Cup Cooked Sweet Rice is 0 mg.