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Super-simple to make, and perfect as-is used in Mango on Sticky Rice (Kow Neuw Mamwaung) (would probably add a bit of salt if I was planning to use it as a side dish for something savory). I was occupied with some other cooking for the day, so I started soaking this early enough that it would be ready for that night, which worked out perfectly for me. Thanks for posting! Made for The Hot Pink Panthers for ZWT9.

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Muffin Goddess August 26, 2013

Fool-proof really. Like the twisted one, I added some salt to the water as that's just the way I do it (and it does improve the flavour, I think). Thanks Lori.

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evelyn/athens August 26, 2013

I used the shortcut method, and it was great!<br/>Easy with a fantastic outcome, which we all loved.<br/>Would not change a thing!<br/>Thanks Jostlori.

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Tisme August 19, 2013

This could not have been any easier. I used fresh corn husks (since I have corn on the cob for tomorrow's dinner sitting on my counter). I used my 3 tiered bamboo steamer to make this dish. I served this with Grilled Pork Skewers With Peanut Basil Sauce. Hubby mixed his pork into the rice. They went well together. We enjoyed it very much. Thank you for posting your recipe. (Made for ZWT9)

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rosie316 August 17, 2013

Couldn't be simpler! I did add a dash of salt to the steaming water though, personal preference. Thanks for sharing, made for ZWT9

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pammyowl August 15, 2013
Easy Sticky Rice (In a Pasta Pot)