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Thai Mango Glutinous Rice Dessert (Khao Niaow Ma Muang, 泰国芒果糯米饭)


Thailand is the one the major producers for both glutinous rice and mangos and coconut is plentiful abundant in the country. Combining these three main ingredients into a Thai representative dessert is not surprising at all…. 561 more words


Mango Sticky Rice

I’ve never tried this before so I wouldn’t know how it tastes like. I only saw photos of it posted on social media and folks raved about it. 248 more words


Khao Niaow Ma Muang (Thai Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango)

I miss Thai food terribly. While I have not lived in Thailand, I have visited quite a number of times. Plus there are some places that serve great Thai food back in Singapore. 170 more words


Thai Mango Sticky Rice (Khao Niaow Ma Muang)

1 cup glutinous rice (also called sticky rice or sweet rice)
2 ripe but firm mangos, cut into bite-size cubes or slices
¼ cup dried craisins (optional) 110 more words


Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango

The most important ingredient in this dish is the mango.  The sticky rice and coconut milk are the backdrop to this “king of fruit”.  The best mango for this dessert is a small, sweet yellow type called Ataulfo (Honey Mango or Manila Mango).   573 more words

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