Thai Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango – the most delicious dessert of Thai cuisine
When you are in Thailand – the famous country of a very unique food culture, if you ask any local people about some snacks that you should try beside your meals, the answer will definitely be: travelling to Pattaya, you should certainly taste the Thai Mango Sticky Rice Pudding, also referred to Khao Niaow Ma Muang.
The reason why Thai Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango is well-known might be the tropical country of Thai Land has long been a high quality rice exporter in the world and especially famous for tropical mango – fragrant, sweet with a nice slight yellow. The dish is a perfect combination of the two best ingredients, not surprisingly it is the most favorite dessert of not only foreigners but also the locals in Thailand.
Khao Niaow Ma Muang is one of the most popular sticky rice with foreign tourists when travel to this country. The dish is irresistible thanks to the greasy sticky rice, served with slices of Thai fragrant mango. Glutinous rice is cooked with two other ingredients, coconut water and black beans, thus it has a unique flavor that very hard to find in other kinds of sticky rice. Read more: tours in Thailand
Thai Mango Sticky Rice Pudding is popularity sold throughout the streets of Thailand so you can easily find yourself a good place to enjoy the dish. However, Pattaya is still the most famous detinations with the most delicious Khao Niaow Ma Muang according to the Thai locals. When come to this city, you may be initially a little bit surprised as there are arrays of shops which sell Thai Mango Sticky Rice Pudding. Signboards are written in Thai, Chinese, Russian and even Vietnamese. Each package costs 50 baht. Visit Thailand with Indochina tours
Mango sticky rice can be considered as a full convergence of colors, characterized flavors of Thai cuisine. If you have a chance to the Pattaya, do not forget to taste this delicious dessert!
The Indochina Voyages team.
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