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    Sticky rice

    Hi! Does anybody know how to make sticky rice at home? I just love it

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    Re: Sticky rice

    Wash it and soak it and then drain it and put it in your steamer over boiling water and steam it for about 45 minutes. We use a kind of cone shaped split bamboo steamer basket that fits into the top of a pot.
    I never do it but my wife makes it.

    But you can't use regular rice, it takes glutenous rice.

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    Re: Sticky rice

    Then add some slices of Mango, to top it off. Sticky rice and Mango, delicious.

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    Re: Sticky rice

    Quote Originally Posted by FaranginPhetch
    Wash it and soak it and then drain it and put it in your steamer over boiling water and steam it for about 45 minutes. We use a kind of cone shaped split bamboo steamer basket that fits into the top of a pot.
    I never do it but my wife makes it.

    But you can't use regular rice, it takes glutenous rice.
    I'm curious, for all my time in Thailand I never really payed attention to this. I'm more interested in the basket part but do these images look like what is actually used in Thailand ?
    http://images.google.ca/images?hl=en...+steamer&gbv=2

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    Re: Sticky rice

    ...do these images look like what is actually used in Thailand ?
    These images are exactly what is used to make sticky rice in Thailand, and in my kitchen in Los Angeles LOL
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    Re: Sticky rice

    Exactly what we use, just get that spitoon looking pot and a basket and have a party..

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    Re: Sticky rice

    When the rice is done, it helps to dump it onto a large flat surface and spread it around a bit to release some of the steam and cool it off some. Then, put it into a "khong khaw." This is a small bamboo container with a lid. If you keep it in a plastic container, it will sweat and the rice will be too sticky.
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    Re: Sticky rice

    Anyone put a little vinegar in rice when cooking? We do here as it helps to keep it good for the next day if there is any left.( not enough so you would taste it.)

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    Re: Sticky rice

    No, we eat what we want and any left over goes to the dog, she likies it too, in fact some dogs here [not ours] are damn lucky to even get some left over rice to eat, and them is owned dogs, and you know what the soi dogs get..

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