Mango Sticky Rice is a Traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous Rice, fresh Mango, and Coconut Milk. Mango Sticky Rice is usually eaten in the peak Mango season, the summer month of April and May in Thailand. Mango sticky rice originates from Thailand. Mostly people of Thailand, China, Myanmar, Vietnam, etc eat Thai Sticky Rice Rice with Mango. This is one of the most delicious and famous dishes of Thailand’s culture.
Health benefits of Mango and Rice
Mango is a low-calorie fruit that is high in Fibre, and has a great source of Vitamin A and C, folate, B6, calcium, iron Zinc, and Vitamin E. Mango can help for lose weight and controls your Uric Acid. In South Asia mangoes have been cultivated for thousands of years. Mangos lightens the skin and reduce inflammation caused by acne and other skin problems.
Rice is a versatile grain that’s food staple for many people in the world. Rice is a good source of selenium, which plays a vital role in thyroid hormone production, immune function and antioxidant. Thai sticky Rice with Mango is a good and delicious source for better health and have both Rice and Mango Benefits in it.
The bites of sweet, salty sticky Rice saturate in amazing Coconut cream and sweet fragrance of delicious and Ripe-yellow Mango Slices that bring you to paradise.
The texture of long-grain sticky Rice is solid and less glutinous than short-grain so it tastes better if you cook delicious dishes with it .traditionally  Thai sticky Rice is made by being saturated in enough water to cover the Rice and the addition of Coconut and Mango make its flavor more delicious and sweet. Sticky Rice is a different type of grain from other types of cooking Rice. It has a unique texture. Jasmine Rice (sticky Rice) that is typically referring to Asian Culture and mostly used in Chinese Restaurant.

Ingredients preparation time 24 minutes-cook 1 hour-yield-6servings
v Mango      1            (large, peeled and cut into slices)
v Sweetened flaked coconut      ½ cups
v Sesame seeds, toasted          1 tablespoon
v Sugar                                           ½ cups
v Salt                                           ¼teaspoon
v Rice (glutinous)                    11/2 cups
v Butter                                   1 tablespoon

Preparation Method
v Soak Sticky Rice in water for 1 hour until rice is dissolved
v Then heat butter in a pan and stir fry rice for 2 minutes
v When the Rice is cooking, combine 1 cup of Coconut Milk with 1/3 cup sugar and salt.
v Then bring the mixture to a boil, stirring until the sugar is dissolved. Remove the pan from heat and cover it with foil to keep it warm.
v Transfer the cooked rice to a large bowl and stir in the coconut milk mixture.
v When the rice is standing to combine the remaining coconut milk and sugar then boil the mixture for 1 mint.
v Sprinkle the Rice with the sesames seed and toasted coconut and served the sliced Mango alongside the Rice and Enjoy the Traditional and sweet Thai Dish at Home.
If you travel all of the countries and not taste Thai Sticky Rice with Mango you need to book a flight back immediately and must try this amazing dish.

Nutritional values

Calories 493                                                                    %Daily Values*
Fat 25g                                                                                      38%
Saturated Fat 22g                                                                   110%
Polyunsaturated fat 0.4 g
Monounsaturated fat 1.2 g
Cholesterol 0mg                                                                        0%
Sodium 16mg                                                                             1%
Potassium 432mg                                                                    12%
Total carbohydrates 69g                                                          23%
Dietary fiber 1.5g                                                                        6%
Sugars 42g
Protein 4.9g
Vitamin                                                                                      21 %
Vitamin C                                                                                  60%
Calcium                                                                                     2.5%
Iron                                                                                            23%

*percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Declaration of Allergen

Some ingredients and finished foods always contain a major food Allergen due to their basic nature. When ingredients to use to make another ingredient or finished food can vary it may necessary to review the food specifications on the label because some food may cause disease such as Mango allergen is causing to profiling and defensin. Mangoes can cause an allergic reaction in some people, but it is extremely uncommon disease’.

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