Monday, August 1, 2011

Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)

IMG_1481 1Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)


Everyday we had this mouth watering dessert (Thai mango sticky rice) without failed when we visited to Bangkok recently. This is actually easy and simple to make at home..just make sure you serve with sweet and nice mangoes.








Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)


My husband told me he especially likes the crunchy yellow tiny things (he was not sure what is that ) as he found the usual one we having here is without the fried things. After i tried in Bangkok, I know what he means, actually that tiny yellow thing is fried mung beans..i also re-create this with my own recipe as per below.

Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)

I also using the glutinous rice that i brought back from Bangkok..

Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)



Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

3 ripe mangoes

Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)Sticky rice
350g glutinous rice, soaked for 4hours
220ml coconut milk
1 and 1/4tsp salt
2tbsp sugar
5 pandan leaves (screwpines leaves), knotted

Method
1. Mix all ingredients in a steaming tray, steam over high heat for 45mins.
2. Discard pandan leaves, fluff up rice and set aside to cool.

Fried salty mung mean
40g mung beans
3tbsp cooking oil
1/4tsp salt
1tsp sugar

Method
1. Rinse mung beans several times till water run clear, soak in clean water for 1hour or more.
2. Heat cooking oil in a wok, add in mung beans and fry over lower heat, till light and crunchy.
3. Add in salt and sugar, mix well. Drain on paper towel.

Coconut sauce
½ cup thick coconut milk
1tsp sugar
1/4tsp salt

Method
1. Add all ingredients in a saucepan, cook over low heat till thick ( or thicken it by adding 1/2tbsp tapioca flour and 1tbsp water).

To assemble mango sticky rice
1. Slice mango and place on top of sticky rice.
2. Top with few spoons of coconut sauce and garnish with fried salty mung beans. Enjoy!!

** actually i was forgot to prepare that coconut sauce, the above coconut sauce recipe was retrieved from other's website.

Thai mango sticky rice (Khao Nieow Ma-muang)

42 comments:

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

啊,你有买糯米回来哦....
明年我再去的时候也要买:)

Bo said...

Looks fantastic...I've never cooked glutinous rice.

Little Inbox said...

This is indeed a mouth-watering dessert.
Just got to know about the fried mung bean, hehe...

cikmanggis said...

godaan:) sebab Cm berpuasa .Nanti boleh cuba buat Mug beans seperti ini.Tak pernag makan pulut mangga seperti ni.Thanks for sharing dear:)

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Love the bright yellow colour! Hmmm... I've not tried fried mung bean before, but I think it'll give that special crunchy texture. 

Wen said...

Beautiful pictures...! Lovely dessert!

The Sudden Cook said...

One of my all time fav desserts!! Looks great - I hope to try this recipe one day.

Anncoo said...

WOW! This is very beautiful dessert!
Two thumbs UP!!

Pushpa said...

Fabulous and delicious thai dessert.

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

This is one of my fav thai food,luks delicious...Awesome presentation,the colour combo,luks very nice...

Rachana said...

A lovely dessert. I love those fried mung beans.

Mel said...

I have never tasted this before...I might like to try this one day. Thanks for sharing with us.

Angie's Recipes said...

Could I bring some salad over and join you for the lunch? The rice looks fantastic!

Barbara said...

I didn't have a clue what those were! Fried mung beans! What an amazing color and they set off your fabulous sticky rice and mango dish perfectly!

Janine said...

Wow I never knew those fried things were fried mung beans! And yep, I had these every day without fail when I was in Bangkok - you just made me want to go back again!

Jane Chew said...

wow....! I want this :) Must try this one day. Thanks for sharing.

Min said...

Wow, I love mango sticky rice. I think without the coconut cream is already very yummy! Next time want to follow this recipe, thanks for sharing!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I made this last 2 weeks.
But without the fried mung beans. :p Didn't have that on hand

divya said...

Looks fantastic...

kitchen flavours said...

Looks really good! I love this dessert!

neyeeloh said...

I visited Thailand many times but have never tried this famous dish before.... next time if hv chance, must try it no matter what...

aipi said...

I LOVE LOVE this dessert ~ yours have turned out wonderful n I like the addition of fried mung beans in there!!
US Masala

Pete said...

Ahh, this is good, I like, sweet mango with a tinge of sourness...eaten with sticky rice....add with a little sambal belachan...he he he!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Love the yellow hue of this dessert. Must be yummy!

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Wow what a beautiful yellow color of mango! It's such a lovely dessert for warm/hot summer. I have never tried this, but I can imagine the taste. I love Asian desserts!

tigerfish said...

Signature Thai dessert!

Priti said...

The pics are making me drool....lovely clicks ..adding mung dal is nice

Uma said...

Wonderful colour of pictures. They look mouthwatering. Lovely clicks.

Cheers,
Uma

Amelia's De-ssert said...

Sonia, lovely presentation. I'm hungry liao, can I have some!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I loves this, but never make it myself before as lazy...

Swee San @ TheSweetSpot said...

Ilove this dessert too! must eat when I go to Bangkok or Hat Yai..

That's Ron said...

my mum used to tapau this most times she goes to thailand...mmm.. good memories !

Food For Tots said...

Both my hubby and I love this dessert very much. We will surely order it every time we visit Thai Restaurant. Love your food presentation! Simply gorgeous!

Eileen@ hundred eighty degrees said...

Delicious!

choi yen said...

I love this with some coconut milk :) Yummy~~

Catherine said...

Hello, I am your newest follower and think that your blog looks delicious!! I love the recipes you have here. Mango is my daughter's favorite and I have the ingredients and will give this a try.
I hope that you will stop by and give my blog a look and follow too, if you like it. Blessings, Catherine xo

Colin Woon said...

Definitely mouth watering!!! Fried mung beans...hmmm...I wonder if we can find it here. Thanks for the recipe, I will ask wifey to try! Can't wait!

lihshiong said...

may i know what is mung beans? 绿豆? how you turn it into yellow colour? need to peel off the skin after soaking it for an hour? how about glutinous rice? can we use the normal glutinous rice which use to make dumpling?

cheryl chan said...

Wow! I love your photos! Looks like stock photography.

Well Done!

http://www.cherylchanphotography.com/

Sanders said...
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Farina Lan said...

May I know where to look for this mung beans in KL area? is it easy to find in normal supermarket?

farida aryo said...

Thank's for share this recipe.I will try it.....

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