Glutinous rice is cooked in creamy coconut milk and paired with sweet slices of mango for a delicious, aromatic dessert!

Sweet Rice Recipe - Served in Cup with Sliced Mango and Pink Spoon
I’m such a sucker for this dessert.  Coconut and mango are some of my favorite fruits on the planet, so that combination alone is good enough.  But when you take that coconut milk, and basically have a bunch of sticky sweet rice soak it all up so each pellet tastes of sweet creamy coconut, it’s complete bliss.  I can’t say how many times I would go to Thai restaurants just to have this for dessert, but fortunately I have figured out how to make it myself, and it really is so easy to pull together.

Sweet Rice - In Metal Measuring Cup with Bag in Background

Sweet Rice Recipe - Served in Cup with Sliced Mango and Pink Spoon

Coconut Sticky Sweet Rice with Mango

 Glutinous rice is cooked in creamy coconut milk and paired with sweet slices of mango for a delicious, aromatic dessert!
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup sweet glutinous rice
  • 1.5 cups water
  • 1 cup coconut milk from a can
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 ripe mango

Instructions 

  • Cook the sweet rice together with the water in a rice cooker until the water is absorbed (the rice cooker senses this for you). If you don’t have one, bring the rice and water to a boil in a saucepan, reduce to simmer and cover, and cook for 15-20 minutes until the water has been absorbed.
  • In another saucepan, combine the coconut milk, sugar, and pinch of salt over medium heat. Cook for about 5 minutes, until the sugar has dissolved (and don’t boil it, or you will lose some of that delicate coconut flavor). Remove from the heat, stir in the rice, and cover. Let it sit for 1 hour, so it can absorb all the coconut milk.
  • Peel and thinly slice the mango, and serve it alongside a big heap of coconut sticky rice. Enjoy!

Nutrition

Calories: 434kcal, Carbohydrates: 78g, Protein: 5g, Fat: 13g, Saturated Fat: 11g, Sodium: 85mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 36g

Nutrition is estimated using a food database and is only intended to be used as a guideline for informational purposes.