Vietnamese Traditional Sticky Rice with Prawn Wrapped and Steamed in Banana Leaf (Xoi tom cuon la chuoi) by Kim from Admin

Just as congee is the traditional Chinese breakfast, in Vietnam it is common to start the day with a bowl of sticky rice. This recipe for prawn sticky rice consists of prawn cooked with sweet glutinous rice and coconut milk.

Preparation: 10 min

Cooking: 30 min

 

JJ Ingredients:

FIS376­_Ocean Catch IQF Raw P&D Vannamei (16/20) King Prawn-1x1kg

SPI392_Schwartz for Chef Ground Black Pepper-1x400g

OIL034­_Gomo Extra Virgin Olive Oil-1x5L

SPI344_Natco Hulled Sesame Seeds-1×1.5kg

SPI294_KTC Desiccated Coconut-1x2kg

 

Other Ingredients:

Sticky rice 500g

Chinese mushroom and fungus

Banana leaf

Coconut milk

Shaoxing wine

Chicken bouillon

Onion

 

Decoration:

Carrot , spring onion and cherry tomato

 

Step 1:

Cook sticky rice in rice cooker with same amount of water for 15 minutes until rice can see through.

Step 2:

Put coconut milk on and steam for another 5 minutes.

Step 3:

Chop prawn, chinese mushroom, fungus and onion to small pieces.

Step 4:

Put all in frying pan with some oil, chicken bouillon and shaoxing wine until its cooked.

Step 5:

Reheat the sesame seed.

Step 6:

Take 2 banana leafs put cross and brush olive oil on top then apply all ingredient such as sticky rice, prawn stir fry, sesame seed, desiccated coconut.

Step 7:

Start to wrap all up.

Step 8:

Put the wrap into steamer and steam for 15 – 20 minutes.

Step 9:

Now food is ready… enjoy…!!!

Comments
20 Responses to “Vietnamese Traditional Sticky Rice with Prawn Wrapped and Steamed in Banana Leaf (Xoi tom cuon la chuoi) by Kim from Admin”
  1. shuhel ahmed says:

    Very tasty! Great presentation.

  2. Tien Tran says:

    Nice, Good presentation :)) good luck to you

  3. Gulbeyaz says:

    That was really tasty, good texture, and the presentation is an A+
    A WINNER TO ME

  4. Deyan Mitkov says:

    It looks like more a birthday present than breakfast. I wish you good luck:)

  5. Serhat Gok says:

    it is more than a proper food though it is an absolutely gergous peace of art

  6. Gurcu says:

    looks amazing and tastes amazing. good luck:)

  7. Emma says:

    Great presentation and was very tasty! thanks for sharing this with us!
    Good luck xx

  8. isilti says:

    Very nice dish , taste was yummy 🙂 Well done Kim and good luck !

  9. Wajid Mahmod says:

    Looks amazing!! well done and good luck. Looks delicious

  10. rossana says:

    soooo lovely!
    original and delicious (i have tried it)! and………the presentation is really beautiful – i love those flower-carrots!!
    Finally something different!

  11. Cihan says:

    Well done Kim it looks nice and really cute,lovely presentation:) but couldnt try any:(

  12. zahida says:

    Hi Kim,
    Thank you very much for sharing such tasty food with me.
    very very nice and tastey. look like a little present to me.
    Beautiful presesntation will learn from you : D
    GOODDDDD LUCKKKK

  13. Sue says:

    Kim well done!! Meal looks lovely, presentation excellent! Good Luck x

  14. Kenan Gazi says:

    Looks really nice and great presentation, good luck

  15. yasemin says:

    well done kim! it looks excellent and very accurate. you can tell it was prerapred with extra care. i hope you win. good luck my friend:) xxx

  16. Nahid Ghahremany says:

    great presentation. I havenot tasted it, but it seems delicious. good luck :)))

  17. Ozgul Tigu says:

    Welldone Kim! I Iove Vietnamese food and will try that one soon.You don’t need luck to win.This is absolutely gorgeous! x

  18. Jaker says:

    congr8s…

  19. Enrika says:

    Welldone girl!!! It looks amazing and very exotic 🙂 must make it my self to try….yum yum :))xx

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