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Sticky Rice Cooking Kit

Sticky Rice Cooking Kit
Add to cart$27.95 - Complete Thai Sticky Rice Cooking Kit 

Our Thai Sticky Rice Cooking Kit includes

One 5# bag of fresh, high quality sticky rice
One Steaming Pot
One Steaming Basket
One Thai Cheesecloth

Thai Sticky Rice (also known as "sweet rice" or "glutinous rice") is a tasty, sweet rice that does a great job of filling the stomach--but be careful not to eat too much... According to Thai tradition sticky rice can put you fast asleep if more than a couple handfuls are eaten. It is meant to be formed into small balls that you make with your fingers. Then dip it in spicy sauce and let it soak up like a sponge.

In addition to sticky rice, you can also use the steamer to prepare fish/vegetables.  The sticky rice pot and cheesecloth can also be used to make fresh handmade rice noodles.

We also offer Thai purple (black) sticky rice, and we have Thai jasmine rice.

See below for our detailed Thai Sticky Rice Preparation Instructions, and Street Vendor Video: How to Prepare Sticky Rice.

See our entire selection of Sticky Rice Cookware.


 

Thai Sticky Rice

Thai Sticky Rice (also known as "sweet rice" or "glutinous rice") is a tasty, sweet rice that does a great job of filling the stomach--but be careful not to eat too much... According to Thai tradition sticky rice can put you fast asleep if more than a couple handfuls are eaten. It is meant to be formed into small balls that you make with your fingers. Then dip it in spicy sauce and let it soak up like a sponge.

Sticky rice is enjoyed throughout Thailand and Laos, and is gaining popularity as more people come to know it's unique delicous taste.


 

Grilled Thai Sticky Rice with Egg, 'Khao Jee'

This is a popular Northeastern Thai (Isaan) style snack. An exciting and new discovery for people in Bangkok but it's easy to find in Isaan. We know a street vendor in Bangkok that prepares it perfectly, shown in pictures below. The finished result is a snack that's perfectly crunchy on the outside, has a touch of smokey flavor, and a soft inside. Khao Jee can be enjoyed alone, and it also goes great with barbecue pork or moo tod


 

Fried Sticky Rice, 'Kao Neeo Tod'

A wonderful, delicious recipe that's easy to prepare. An authentic Thai snack that may seem like a trendy take on sticky rice but Khao Neeo Tod is found in the oldest Thai cookbook we own. It's been enjoyed for years in Thailand but we've never seen it served outside of Thailand.


 

Thai Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango, 'Khao Neeo Mamuang'

A very sweet treat you'll absolutely love. In Thailand some shops exist only to offer sticky rice with mango, in several variations.Visit this link to see Bangkok's most famous sticky rice w/mango vendor.

Here we prepare two versions, a 'basic' style and a more fragrant, elegant version prepared with fresh pandan leaves.


 

Thai Bananas in Sticky Rice, 'Khao Tom Madt'

In every Thai city and village, the people know and love khao tom mad. It's a vegetarian dish too, so according to our sources it may be impossible to find a Thai person that does not like eating it. Although it's a dessert recipe, this is very filling and could be served as a main course. The black beans are optional.


 

Crystal Sticky Rice, 'Khao Neow Keaw'

Colorful green sticky rice has excellent sweet flavor, and heavenly aroma thanks to the pandan paste. Kids love sticky rice, and the color makes it a lot of fun. Also a party idea for St Patrick's Day.We saw this sticky rice as a topping for mango icecream at Dairy Queen Thailand


 

Thai Fermented Sweet Rice Dessert, 'Khao Mahk'

Khao Mahk is a common, everyday Thai dessert typically consumed by adults only, as it has a touch of natural fermented alcohol. We're not distillers, but this is likely similiar to the way Mekong Whiskey is made.

This would be considered a Thai "comfort food", as it's often kept on hand for guests who might come to visit, and it's always served cold (store in the fridge until you are ready to consume). A refreshing, cool treat which is widely available from corner stores throughout Thailand. This is typically not made at home, perhaps due to the difficulty in finding the yeast balls necessary to make it. If left to ferment, the rice becomes alcohol, and home stills are not encouraged in Thailand so that may be one reason for the lack of yeast balls sold over the counter.

We were initially asked about khao mahk from a customer, and after some research we now can offer you all of the important ingredients to make your own. Just follow the detailed instructions below and follow the photographs we've taken of our cousin from Ladya, Kanchanaburi, who is well-known throughout the area as a khao mahk specialist.


 

Thai Spicy Ground Chicken and Toasted Rice, 'Larb Gai'

This is one of our all-time favorite Thai dishes, and it is a very common dish served throughout Thailand as well as Laos. It's quick to make and often extremely spicy, but the lime juice and mint leaves make for an exotic and splendid combination.

It can be found on Thai restaurant menus in America as "chicken salad Thai style", which might be the best description for this dish.

Larb is pronounced "lawb" and that means salad. It can be made with beef (lawb nuea) or pork (lawb muu) instead of chicken.


 

Thai Bananas in Sticky Rice, 'Khao Tom Madt'

In every Thai city and village, the people know and love khao tom mad. It's a vegetarian dish too, so according to our sources it may be impossible to find a Thai person that does not like eating it. Although it's a dessert recipe, this is very filling and could be served as a main course. The black beans are optional.


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