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Sticky Rice and Peanuts (Xoi Dau Phong): No-Fail Rice Cooker Recipe | recipe from runawayrice.com

Peanut Sticky Rice (Xoi Dau Phong)

In this simple recipe for Peanut Sticky Rice, glutinous rice is combined with hearty peanuts to make a dish that is delicious and satisfying. Topped with a crunchy peanut sesame topping, it’s a wonderful combination of starchy and mealy with just a touch of sweet and salty.

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Sticky Rice Coated with Mung Bean--easy recipe with how-to video | recipe from runawayrice.com

Sticky Rice Coated with Mung Bean (Xoi Vo)

This recipe for Sticky Rice Coated with Mung Bean (Xoi Vo) is a guaranteed winner! What is better than enjoying plump grains of sweet rice infused with rich coconut milk, coated with ground mung bean and then steamed to a perfectly chewy texture? Oh yum! The indicator of success with this dish is to have separated grains of rice completely covered with ground […]

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Sticky Rice Cakes with Star Anise (Xoi Vi) | recipe from runawayrice.com

Sticky Rice Cakes with Star Anise (Xoi Vi)

Sticky rice and mung bean are the dynamic duo in Viet cooking.  These two ingredients are commonly used to make a variety of sweet and savory dishes.  (Check out the other sticky rice and mung bean recipes I’ve shared below.)  This recipe falls into the Dessert category although it’s just slightly sweet.  The recipe is super easy and […]

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Savory Sticky Rice topped with Scallion Oil, fried garlic and served with a side of chili soy sauce.

Savory Sticky Rice (Xoi Man)

This is my shortcut recipe for Savory Sticky Rice also called Sticky Rice with Egg, Chinese Sausage, Shrimp, and Chicken.  I call this dish Asian jambalaya because it’s a smattering of different ingredients but, put together, it is deliciously harmonious and satisfying.  The traditional way of cooking the sticky rice is in a steamer.  My shortcut method is to use a […]

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Fluffy Sweet Rice Flakes Combined with Coconut Milk, Grated and Shredded Coconut (Com Dep Tron Dua) | recipe from runawayrice.com

Sweet Rice Flakes and Coconut (Com Dep Tron Dua)

If you’re a fan of sweet rice you may be interested in trying this lesser known variety.  Sweet Rice Flakes is a particular type of sweet rice that is harvested when it’s young, pounded or pressed into flakes and then lightly toasted.  It is similar to rolled oats in color and texture but lighter with […]

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Sticky Rice Hominy Mung Bean Onion

Sticky Rice and Hominy (Xoi Bap)

Sticky rice or Xoi is a staple ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine.  What can I say, we are carb lovers with our abundant variety of rice, noodles and doughs.  The glutinous, slightly chewy texture of the sticky rice is pure comfort food.  And since sticky rice is mild in flavor, it goes well with just about everything!  This recipe pairs […]

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Pandan Sticky Rice

Pandan Sticky Rice

Another easy and tasty dish using sticky rice.  This recipe adds Pandan essence to infuse the rice with a fragrant aroma and adds a lovely, vibrant color.  A super simple dish, you can top with a Coconut Sauce and serve as dessert or sprinkle with crushed peanuts and sesame seeds and enjoy for breakfast. Ingredients 2 cups sticky rice (also called glutinous or sweet rice) […]

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Coconut Sticky Rice and Mango

Coconut Sticky Rice and Mango

Coconut milk, sticky rice and fresh mangos–what could be better?  How about it’s also super simple to make!  It’s one my go-to desserts when I need to whip up a dessert fast and the dish I bring frequently to pot-lucks and get-togethers.  If mangoes aren’t in season or difficult to find where you live, use papaya, strawberries or any […]

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Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Dumplings (Banh Khuc)

There is nothing more satisfying than these savory steamed dumplings filled with mung bean, ground chicken and covered with sticky rice.  In Viet cuisine we use a lot of glutinous/sticky rice which gives foods that chewy, sticky consistency and it is a texture that I crave often.  It’s pure comfort food!  These dumplings are a bit time-consuming to […]

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Rice Pudding with Black-Eyed Peas (Che Dau Trang)

This dessert may surprise and puzzle those not familiar with Asian desserts where beans are often a major component.  Most beans are rather mild in flavor and absorb the flavors of the food they are cooked in and so, sweet or savory, beans are quite the versatile ingredient.  This popular Viet dessert seems to be everyone’s favorite.  […]

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