Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice

Slightly sweetened sticky rice with a hint of coconut topped with sliced strawberries and mangoes. A little twist to the traditional mango sticky rice, this dessert is simple to make and delicious, perfect for an indulgence after dinner.

Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice | Cooking with a Wallflower

I love mango sticky rice. It’s one of the things I look forward to when I eat at Thai restaurants. One of the things I look forward to but almost never order because I’m too full from dinner. Now, if I can make it at home, then I can have it any time I want, right?

There are two ways to do this, both of which are pretty simple. If you have a rice cooker, cook the sticky rice or short grain rice the way you normally would. Then add the rice and coconut milk to a skillet over low heat. Once the coconut milk has been incorporated, remove the rice from heat. Plate the sticky rice and top with strawberries and mangoes.

Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice | Cooking with a Wallflower

But if you don’t have a rice cooker, no worries. You can cook rice over a stove too. Have you seen my Mushroom Risotto recipe? It’s the same concept.

I want to stress that for sticky rice to be the same consistency as the ones you find in Thai restaurants, you have to use sticky rice. However, if you don’t have sticky rice, you can use short grain rice. The consistency won’t be the same, not as sticky, but it’s still delicious and coconut-y.

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First, wash and drain the rice once. The grains are usually clean, but I like to wash them at least once to get rid of any small crushed grains.

Next, add the rice to a small skillet and then pour in about a cup of water. Heat them over medium heat, and stir with a spatula to prevent the rice from burning.

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After about 5 minutes, the water will have evaporated. Add another ½ cup of water. Continue to do this until the rice has softened and becomes chewy. The rice will become sticky when the starch comes out.

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Once the rice is just about ready, add in the coconut milk and the sugar. You want good quality coconut milk for the creaminess and the flavor. If you buy watered down coconut milk, it won’t be as good. I usually use the Chaokoh brand. Also, make sure to try the rice. Add sugar according to your taste.

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Stir the rice, coconut milk, and sugar mixture until it starts to dry up. Remove from heat and allow the rice to cool. Once the rice has cooled, it will become less moist and stickier.

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If you want to make the sticky rice appear round, scoop half of the rice into a small bowl. Turn the bowl upside down and drop the rice onto a plate.

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Slice mangos and strawberries thinly.

Place the slices of strawberries on top and then the mangoes.

Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice | Cooking with a Wallflower

Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice | Cooking with a Wallflower

You can also add mint as garnish.

Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice | Cooking with a Wallflower

Serve cold and enjoy!

Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice | Cooking with a Wallflower

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77 thoughts on “Strawberry Mango Coconut Sticky Rice

  1. Yum this looks so tasty! I really like anything that has coconut in it. Have you ever tried it with black rice? There is a cafe near me that does it and it is gives it a really interesting fragrant flavour.

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  2. mmmm…one of my favorite desserts of all time. In fact, I just had one last night from my local Thai restaurant. I’ve never seen one with strawberry but it looks amazing! I will definitely try this one!

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  3. Beautiful! I have been seeing gorgeous mangoes in the supermarkets as well as in Asian stores where I live, and it’s strawberry season locally, so those are in farmer’s markets. I love this dish, and I like how you show how to make it with regular rice, not just sticky rice.

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    • Thank you! I know not everyone has sticky rice on hand so I tried it with short grain rice which is pretty starchy. It doesn’t have the same stickiness, but it’s still good. And I see strawberries and mangoes everywhere too. So I’ve been using them as main ingredients for my desserts =)

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  5. It’s my favorite as well! I have loved it since I was a little girl. I’ll definitely be making it now! Your blog is beautiful. I’m glad that you somehow ended up at mine so that we could connect! Namaste

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    • Avocado and coconut sticky rice? It might be too creamy. And it might not be sweet enough. But it could work if the sticky rice is made sweeter. Or if condensed milk is drizzled over the avocado.

      Yup. Avocado shakes are one of my favorites. I actually have a recipe for that on my blog. I love avocado and condensed milk as a combination =)

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