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Black Thai Sticky Rice

  • SERVINGS: Makes about 4 1/2 cups
  • BASIC-EASY
  • VEGETARIAN

This is a beautiful unpolished long-grain rice that is quite chewy when cooked. The black bran keeps the grains separate and gives the rice a lightly sweet, mild grain flavor. In Thailand, black rice is generally soaked and cooked together with white Thai Sticky Rice (the colors blend, producing a wonderful dark purple) and then used to make desserts, but inventive American chefs are now using black rice in savory dishes.

  1. 4 1/2 cups Black Thai Sticky Rice
  2. Cold water
  1. Soak and steam Black Thai Sticky Rice just as you do the white Thai Sticky Rice; because of the bran layer, black rice takes 10 minutes longer.
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