Low Fat Sticky Rice With Mango Sorbet

Delicious coconut sticky rice and mango sorbet without all the saturated fat!

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directions

  • Soak rice in a bowl of water for 30 minute.
  • Place mango nectar in your ice cream maker and turn it on. Approx 20 minute Time will vary depending on machine.
  • Strain rice.
  • Place rice in rice cooker with 3 cups water ( if you don't soak rice use 4 cups water) If you don't have cooker simmer on low in a covered pot for 20 minute.
  • Combine coconut milk sugar and salt in a pan, heat until sugar is melted. set aside.
  • Place cooked rice in a large bowl and stir gently to release steam.
  • Mix in coconut liquid, combining quickly.
  • Allow rice to sit for a few minutes to absorb coconut liquid.
  • Serve 1/2 cup sticky rice topped with 1/4 cup mango sorbet.
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"Delicious coconut sticky rice and mango sorbet without all the saturated fat!"
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  1. Sydney Mike
    Although I sometimes have access to an ice cream maching, I don't have one right here, so improvised on the mango sorbet by using a combo of mango nectar & one very well mashed mango, in a freezer tray! Worked very nicely, & was had an unusual & satisfying dessert! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in this Spring's Pick A Chef]
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  2. ratherbecookin
    Delicious coconut sticky rice and mango sorbet without all the saturated fat!
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