Mango with Glutinous Rice [We love mango!]

Mango with Glutinous Rice

I had this dessert few years ago when I visited Bangkok. I love glutinous rice and mango so this is definitely one of my favourite desserts. Another Thai dessert I fond on is icecream served with glutinous rice and topped with mango, tried that in Bangkok too.

When I made this, T and J didn't care much about the glutinous rice they simply loved the sweet and juicy mango. J ate so much that he complained "mama, tummy itai (ache)" then asked me to touch his little round tummy.

Mango with Glutinous Rice

2 cups glutinous rice (soaked for 4-6 hours)
1 cup coconut milk
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
3 large ripe mango
2 tbsp coconut cream

  1. Steam glutinous rice for 20 minutes or until it is cooked.
  2. In a saucepan combine cooked glutinous rice, sugar, salt and coconut milk and cook on medium heat for 5 minutes or until thick. Reduce heat and cover for 2 minutes.
  3. Peel and slice the mango just before serving to maintain its freshness and sweet taste.
  4. Mould the rice in the center of a serving dish and arrange the slices of mango on top of it.
  5. Drizzle the coconut cream over the rice and serve. (optional)
First posted on 16 Oct 2005.

Comments :

12 comments to “Mango with Glutinous Rice [We love mango!]”
Anonymous said...


I found your blog through all recipes since you were featured on there. I saw your stuffed portabello mushroom recipe and it looks very good. What are your measurements converted to I guess (american conversions?) Thanks.

Anonymous said...

ehmmm.. ho do you cook a "sticky rice" i'm from italy and i love sweet rice recipe!! thank you

skyblue said...

Soak 1.5 cup of glutinous rice in cold water for at least 1 hour. Transfer rice to steamer and steam for 15-20mins or until rice is cooked through.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

Do u happen to have a recipe for malaysian curry? The one usually served with roti canai?

thanks and great site!!

skyblue said...

I always cook chicken curry and lamb curry using Babas (brand) curry powder. I am not sure what type of curry you are asking as there are different types of curries for roti canai. I think so long you use Babas or other Malaysian brand curry powder you will be able to cook a pot of nice Malaysian curry. I will post my curry recipe together with photo once I cook curry again (to take photo).

Jeannie said...

I love this cos it's got my favourite mango in it:D yum!

Gloria said...

I love mangos always! this look delicious!!

jul said...

I bought this at Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok at 150 baht per packet during my recent visit there. Tai gui le, airport maa...

Blueberry said...

I love this dessert!!!

Alice said...

thks for sharing this wonderful dessert!

Nish said...

Do you know where in KL/Malaysia I can find a restaurant/cafe that serves this dessert? I've found a couple but never as satisfying or as tasty as the ones in Thailand!

ps Love your blog :)

Lydia said...

Sorry, I have no idea about that. I am in Penang now.

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