Sweet Rice Balls. A traditional Chinese dessert eaten to celebrate the beginning of winter.
Ondeh Ondeh With Sweet Potatoes
This Coconut milk recipe is a popular Thai dessert and uses a mixture of Taro and Thai Sticky Rice flour
Korean Rice Cake Soup. If you're looking for a healthy meal, this is not your average cabbage soup.
Mochi Truffles with Kahlua Liquor
[Recipe] These are pearl dumplings, walnut size meatballs rolled in sticky rice and steamed to perfection with a hint of chipotle and celery leaf!
Another popular street food in Malaysia. Pulot Panggang-Glutinous Rice Rolls
Peel back the banana leaves to reveal a spicy glutinous rice snack - Malaysian Pulut Panggang
coconut & black glutinous rice ice cream
Vietnamese Xoi Vo - Mung Bean Sticky Rice
Banh Day - Vietnamese Rice "Burger" with Cha Lua (Vietnamese ham)
Vietnamese Sticky Rice with Mung Bean Hominy - Xoi Bap
Vietnamese Sticky Rice with Chinese Sausage, Chicken, Shrimp - Xoi Man
Loh Mai Chi - my first attempt at this sweet Malaysian beauty
Pandan glutinous rice with shredded coconut and toasted sesame seeds.
Red sticky rice - dying the food with natural coloring.
Yogurt and sweet black glutinous rice soup - A yummy Vietnamese dessert.
Pulut Panggang-Glutinous Rice Rolls. A popular savory snack from Malaysia.
Glutinous rice with sesame and coconut milk.
Red bean soup with sago and glutinous rice balls, a Chinese dessert.
Glutinous Rice Cake/Kuih Koci
Gluten-free Chocolate, walnut and cranberry cookies (based on an Alice Medrich recipe).
Kuih Serimuka-Glutinous Rice With Pandan Custard Layer - A popular kuih or cakes in Malaysia.
Bua Loy - Tiny rice dumplings in sweet coconut sauce, a traditional Thai dessert that's easy to make and delicious to eat.
Black Glutinous Rice With Coconut Milk (Pulot Hitam) - A popular and mouthwatering dessert in Malaysia.
Steamed glutinous rice with Chinese sausage, mushrooms and dried shrimp - so tasty and easy to make!
Chinese rice cakes stir fried with bean sprouts, scallions, shiitake mushrooms and pork.
Thai Sticky Rice with Mangoes
Zongzi: Traditional food eaten on the day of the Dragon Boat Festival.
Learn how to make toasted rice powder -- an essential ingredient in Northeastern Thai cuisine that will turn a Thai-inspired dish into an authentic one.
Muar Chee, or Malaysian sticky rice balls with ground peanuts. A sweet dessert.
Tang yuan - sweet glutinous rice balls that are traditionally eaten during the winter solstice.
Onde-onde (glutinous rice balls). A Malaysian tea-time favourite.
East meets West: toasted almond daifuku. Sweet bean-filled rice cakes rolled in toasted almonds (gluten-free)