How to Make a Mango Sticky Rice Recipe

 

 

To make mango sticky rice, you'll need steamed white rice, coconut milk, and ripe mangoes. You can use fresh coconut or canned coconut, and the recipe calls for soaking the rice for 60 minutes. You'll want to make sure the rice is thoroughly rinsed before preparing it. The next step is to cut up the mangoes and chop them. Once you've done this, prepare your sticky-rice mixture.

 

To prepare mango sticky rice, first, choose ripe mangoes that have not yet turned stringy. Then, rinse and drain 1 cup of sweet white rice until the water is clear. You want the rice to be completely free of cloudy water, otherwise, it will make the dish too runny. The more drained the rice, the better it will be. If you're cooking this recipe for children, you can have them help measure ingredients, rinse the rest, and stir the sauce.

 

To prepare mango fried rice, cut each mango into two or three slices, removing the pit and any remaining string. Then, slice the remaining mangoes into four or five small pieces. Then, drizzle thickened coconut sauce over the mango slices and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Then, soak the remaining rice in cold water until it is clear. This step will remove excess water, which will make the sticky rice pudding mushier.

 

To make mango fried rice, start by rinsing one cup (205 grams) of sweet rice in cold water until it is thoroughly rinsed. This jasmine rice will remove any cloudy water, and the rice will be more flavorful and have a smoother texture. Then, add the diced mangoes and coconut, if desired. Lastly, stir in the sweetener, which is optional. Using a food processor, blend all the ingredients and mix until smooth.

 

When you're ready to serve mango sticky rice, it should be a thick, pudding-like texture. The coconut fat will make it shine, but it should be free of added ingredients. The jasmine rice water ratio should have a hint of saltiness, and be rich and sweet. You can serve mango sticky rice warm or cold, and your guests will be sure to ask for seconds. When serving, keep the mango sticky-rice covered with plastic wrap to avoid drying out.

 

Toasting mung beans and sesame seeds is an important step in making mango sticky rice. You should stir continuously to prevent the mixture from sticking to the pan. If you want it to be extra crunchy, add a few more toasted mung beans. To make it look more attractive, you can put a decorative fruit on top. When it's ready, you can serve it with a spoon and enjoy it with a spoon. To get a detailed overview of this topic, see here: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cookbook:Risotto.

 

 

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