What are you planning to cook dessert meal today? If you can not think what you should make, I will introduce to you one stunning dish from many Vietnamese Dessert Recipes. It is Pandan Sticky Rice (Xoi La Dua). It is very famous in Vietnam. With this dish, you can use like a breakfast or dessert meal for yourself and family. I bet they will love it.
Pandan Sticky Rice (Xoi La Dua)
So, are you ready to cook this dish? There are 4 steps to create Pandan Sticky Rice (Xoi La Dua) dish which comes from many delicious Vietnamese Dessert Recipes. Let us cook it now, please follow our instructions carefully.


- 2 Bowls of glutinous rice
- Pandan leaves
- 1 Tablespoon of sugar
- 1 Teaspoon of salt
- 200gr Grated coconuts (cononut meat)
- Chopped roast peanut
- Roasted white sesame.


Step 1: Wash the pandan leaves. Slice the pandan leaves to small pieces. Add the pandan leaves into a blender. Puree the pandan leaves with cold water. Next, filter the pureed pandan leaves. Remove the residue of leaves. Just keep the pandan juice.

Step 2: Mix the pandan juice with 2 liters of cold water. Soak the glutinous rice to this mixture. Add 1 teaspoon of salt into the mixture. Wait for one night.
Step 3: Next day, bring the glutinous out and wait until the glutinous become dry. Steam the glutinous rice. Sometime, use the chopsticks to turn the glutinous rice up. This is important step to create Pandan Sticky Rice which comes from many stunning Vietnamese Dessert Recipes. Next, add a little sugar, if you like.   
Step 4: When the glutinous rice cooked, ladle the glutinous rice and put to the bowl. Next, organize the grated coconuts, chopped roast peanut and roasted white sesame on the top.
Finally, Pandan Sticky Rice (Xoi La Dua) is ready to serve. The green colour will make it is more beautiful. This dish has both amazing colour and taste. So, what do you think? It is easy, right? I hope you will have amazing dessert from this dish. Next week I will introduce another delicious dish from many Vietnamese Dessert Recipes to you. Good Luck for your cooking.
Pandan Sticky Rice (Xoi La Dua)
From Vietnamese Food Team.


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    Elton 2015-02-24 14:45:32 Reply

    Happy winter stciosle to you too...When I saw the picture in my blog s, I was so curious to know what these colorful cuties are :D Now I know and thanks for sharing a traditional recipe. Guess your lil one enjoyed helping you out :-)

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    Alan 2015-02-24 19:58:12 Reply

    Felvinc, look like a pearl!! Thanks dear.ai wei, you grind your own glutinous rice, then your tang yuan must be very good. Happy dong zhi to you too.Sherleen, you too.

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    Ved 2015-02-25 10:59:46 Reply

    ooh these are so pretty . I alsmot made...ok wanted to make ...some months ago to blog but u know I am a BIG LAZY so i never did it. Im sure its good and chewy. I must try. tq for reminding me Sonia! ://iupeumjz.com [url=://thmezln.com]thmezln[/url]

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