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sweet rice the best thing to do is Thai Rice Pudding or a sweet version of the rice steamed in a banana leaf. Not good for savory dishes.
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It's excellent for sticky rice uses.
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Yes, any sticky rice application. We're found of Kasma Loha-unchit's recipes, and here her's for coconut-flavored sticky rice with mango http://www.thaifoodandtravel...
Chinese: Eight Treasure Rice, Congee 1:2 with long grain, Pearl (or Porcupine) Balls (pork meatballs rolled in soaked glutinous (sticky, sweet) rice and steamed -- from the Time Life Foods of the World China.
Japanese: Mochi -- and much more, of course.
Thai: the pudding is usually made with black sweet rice, white can be used.
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Why not in America? Rice here is supposed to be fluffy -- our loss!
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coconut milk sticky rice (w/mangos), so good:
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