Mango Glutinous Rice Dessert

Starts 2016 with this fabulous dessert from Thailand : Mango Glutinous Rice Dessert
Mango Glutinous Rice Dessert



Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Happy New Year!!!!
May 2016 bring us peace on Earth, abundance of wealth so we can give a helping hand to the needy eradicate poverty. May 2016 put back smiles on every children that see have seen the worst... the damaged and harm that we have done to humankind.
May GOD bless us all

Happy New Year peeps :D



The one thing I am looking forward to Ozzie summer ... is the Mangoes.
This is my numero UNO top of the list fruit... then followed by cherries :D

Every year... when mangoes are in season, I made some plans... I wanted to try making this and that, enthusiastically looking for recipes that has mango in it... but in the end, it was a just a "bru-ha-ha" all talk and no action >:(
... there are voices (real voices) could be heard muttering in every mango that I peeled, sliced and popped into my mouth!!! "Yeah mom, thats what you said every year.... ;p"

A-ha!!!
This year... I became less mango consumed, perhaps I had fill up my quota on mango-bingeing! (Its Mangoes bumper crop {insert BIG SMILE here}). To date I 'think' I have bought about 5 boxes of mangoes (60 mangoes), my husband begged to differ... he said I have consumed about 6 or 7 boxes already...
but then... I am not counting hehehe ;)

My first post for 2016...

another re-visit post.

It was my third post, back in Feb 2009... where we had a 'competition' for the best dressed mango glutinous rice dessert. Click on the photo will take you back to my 'Point and Shoot' days.
Cringe away... you are allowed to :D
And this post reminds me of my 'mother-daughter' trip to Bangkok 2 years ago.
We had fun (I know my daughter did).
I had a scare - my leg swelled up like a balloon and were sore from walking. The unsuitable pair of 'thongs' aka flip-flop was making it worst :(

We visited every Shopping malls... we loved the weather in Bangkok.
I enjoyed bargaining whilst my daughter was trying to act as if she didn't know me  at all... hehehe

That was a memorable trip for both of us. Hope we can do it again... this time will drag the father and son along ;P, right? 'wink-wink'

Lets hope that we will have another good year ahead.
May the MIGHTY ONE shower us with HIS blessings, give us good health and keep us safe from harm.
~ aameen.

HaPpY NeW yEaR

Mango Glutinous Rice Dessert





Mango Glutinous Rice Thai dessert

Ingredients

    250g glutinous rice
    125ml coconut cream
    125ml water
    3 tablespoon sugar
    2 teaspoon salt
    2 ripe mangoes
    100 ml coconut cream
    1 tablespoon sugar (optional)
    crushed pistachio nuts (optional)

  1. Wash and soak glutinous rice overnight. 
  2. Prepare steamer. 
  3. Line steamer with muslin cloth. 
  4. Steam glutinous rice for 30-40 minutes or until glutinous rice is cooked through.  
  5. Add coconut cream, sugar and water in a heatproof jug. 
  6. Microwave on HIGH for 10 seconds (do it twice) to warm up the coconut cream. 
  7. Stir. 
  8. Carefully and gently transfer the cooked glutinous rice into a heat proof container. 
  9. Pour the coconut cream mixture. 
  10. Add salt. 
  11. Stir to coat. 
  12. Cover and put it aside. The glutinous rice will absorb all the coconut cream mix. 
  13. Fluff with fork
  14. Peel and cut mango (either slice or cut into bite-size chunk). 
  15. Stir 1 tablespoon of sugar into 100ml coconut cream. 
  16. Divide glutinous rice into 6 glass. 
  17. Top up with mango. 
  18. Drizzle coconut cream. 
  19. Sprinkle with pistachio. 
  20. Serve.

Note
* can be substituted with 250ml coconut milk or light coconut milk




15 comments:

  1. A lovely and exotic dessert!
    Happy New Year, Lisa.

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  2. One of my favorite desserts.

    Best wishes for 2016!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  3. Oh yum! I've never had rice and mangos before, but it sounds amazing. Your mango slices are so perfect and pretty. Mine always come out half smashed and sad, but maybe that means I need to eat more mangos to practice...

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    1. Thank You Tracy :D
      LOL... yes more mangoes for you ;)

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  4. This is one of my favourite treats and I love how you have served them!

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  5. My husband loves rice pudding. I believe he would love this! Mango and cherries sound so good right now!

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    1. Thank You :D
      That sounds like a brilliant idea :)

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  6. I love tropical fruits and like you, mango is at the top of my list for Summer fruits. Aren't they super delicious? I bet they taste even better with this glutinous rice. YUM!

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    1. Thank You Imma...
      Yay for mangoes.

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  7. These desserts are so cute!! Love the idea! Can't wait to try it!

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    1. Thank You :D
      If you love mangoes, you'll love this one as well :) Happy trying

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  8. Such a gorgeous glass of dessert. I love mangoes and along with a glutinous rice I can imagine how delicious it would have been :-)

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    1. Thank You Revathi :D
      ... one glass is not enough for me ;P

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