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Created March 9, 2017

(Video) How To Make Sticky Rice

How to Make Sticky Rice at Home (1)

Put down the takeout menu! Whether you’re in the mood for cashew chicken or beef and broccoli, no Asian dinner is complete without a side of sticky rice. Making it at home has never been easier with this how-to that walks you through what to buy, how to make it and how to serve it. Disclaimer: you’re on your own for how to use chopsticks.

What's In This Article

  • How to Make Sticky Rice on the Stove
  • How to Make Sticky Rice in a Rice Cooker
  • How to Steam Sticky Rice
  • How to Make Sweet Sticky Rice
  • Best Rice for Sticky Rice
  • How to Fix Sticky Rice
  • What to Eat with Sticky Rice
  • How to Store Sticky Rice
  • Sticky Rice FAQ


Sticky rice, a.k.a. glutinous rice, is a sweet Asian rice that becomes sticky when cooked. The key to making a takeout-worthy sticky rice at home starts with buying the right kind of rice at the store. The other part is choosing a method to cook sticky rice and then mastering the method. Here are three tried-and-true methods that work for making the best sticky rice every time.

How to Make Sticky Rice on the Stove

Making sticky rice on the stove is an easy method when you don’t have a rice cooker or steamer basket on hand. All you need is a large pot, water and time. The key to the perfect stovetop sticky rice is a long soak in water—whatever you do, don’t skip this step. If you follow these steps, you’re guaranteed success.

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What You Need:

  • Large pot


  • Rice
  • Water
  • Salt

Step 1: Measure two cups of rice and three and a half cups of water into the pot. Let the rice soak for at least half an hour or as long as four hours.

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Step 2: Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt and stir.

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Step 3: Place the pot over high heat and bring the water to a boil. Turn the heat to medium low and cover the pot, leaving the lid slightly off on one side to vent.Cook for 10 minutes - but DO NOT stir the rice while cooking!

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Step 4: After 10 minutes, check to see if the rice has absorbed all of the water by pulling the rice away from the center with a fork to create a hole. If there is still water, continue cooking for 5 to 10 minutes or until the liquid has been absorbed.

Step 5: Remove the pot from the heat and place the lid on securely. Allow the rice to stand for 10 minutes before serving.

That’s all there is to cooking sticky rice over the stove!

How to Make Sticky Rice in a Rice Cooker

While the stovetop works great for sticky rice, using a rice cooker is an even easier technique to try. For one, the rice cooker requires fewer steps than the stovetop and two, it’s rather foolproof with its timing.

Here’s how to make sticky rice in a rice cooker:

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What You Need:

  • Rice cooker


  • Rice
  • Water
  • Salt

Step 1: Measure two cups of rice and two and a half cups of water into the rice cooker. Allow the rice to stand and soak for 30 minutes to four hours; again, the longer you wait, the more authentic your sticky rice will taste.

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Step 2: Toss in 1/2 teaspoon of salt, close the lid and turn on the rice cooker. If your rice cooker has an automatic timer, let it go until it shuts off. Otherwise, cook the rice for 15 to 20 minutes.

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Step 3: Allow it to stand for at least five minutes before serving.

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How to Steam Sticky Rice

If you don’t have a rice cooker and you’d prefer not to cook the rice on the stove, the most traditional way to make sticky rice is to steam it. There are a variety of ways to steam sticky rice; you can use a bamboo steamer, a wok or even just a steamer basket insert for a large pot. This method does take longer due to the long soak time but you’ll be rewarded with perfectly sticky, authentic sticky rice.

Follow these steps to steam sticky rice:

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What You Need:

  • Large wok or pot
  • Steamer basket


  • Rice
  • Water

Step 1: Pour three cups of rice in a very large pot. Cover it with two or three inches of tepid water and let it soak for at least six or up to 24 hours—the longer, the better.

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Step 2: Drain the soaked rice and pour it into a steamer basket.

Step 3: Boil two or three inches of water in a wok or large pot and set the steamer over it. Make sure the rice doesn't dip down into the water. Cover and steam for 20 minutes.

Step 4: Stir the rice so that the top layer is at the bottom of the steamer and vice versa. Steam another five minutes and it's ready to eat!

How to Make Sweet Sticky Rice

When you think of rice, you likely think of it as a side dish served along an Asian main like General Tso’s chicken or Mongolian beef, but sticky rice can be used in dessert-like dishes, too! To make sweet sticky rice, you’ll follow a similar method that you would with savory rice, but there are a few additional steps to add sweetness. Follow one of the methods we listed above (using the stovetop, rice cooker or steamer), and allow the rice to cool. The sweetness comes from an easy coconut sauce. To make the sauce, start with a can of coconut milk, a cup to a cup and a half of sugar, and a pinch of salt. Pour the ingredients into a sauce pan and bring to a boil over the stove. Pour the sauce over the cooled rice, stir and voila! You have yourself homemade sweet sticky rice. Serve with fresh mango slices or any fruit of your choice!

Best Rice for Sticky Rice

Getting the best rice for sticky rice is a must if you want restaurant-like results. Look for bags labeled "long-grain sticky rice," "sweet rice" or "glutinous rice." If it isn't available in the rice aisle of your neighborhood market, check the ethnic foods section. Still no luck? Head to a nearby Asian orinternational grocer or tryonline.

You could use regular white rice or brown rice to create a similar texture, but you won’t get the same level of stickiness as you would the options listed above. If you’re going with regular white rice, short-grain white rice is your best bet to achieve stickiness as it has higher levels of starch.

How to Fix Sticky Rice

If your rice is not quite right after cooking, don’t worry; depending on the problem, it’s actually quite easy to fix sticky rice. If you’re cooking over the stove and your rice is too watery, simply keep cooking for five to 10 minutes longer. If it’s undercooked, add a bit more water and cook for a few more minutes.

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If you’re using the rice cooker and your rice is underdone, simply close the lid and allow the rice to sit a while longer with the cooker off. The residual heat will continue cooking the rice.

If you’re steaming your sticky rice and it’s undercooked, continue to steam until the desired consistency is reached.

Whichever method you choose, the main thing to remember is to not skip the long soak time in the beginning. You should also make sure to not add too much water. Stick to the recipe recommended amount, otherwise you’ll be left with a gooey mess rather than sticky rice!

What to Eat with Sticky Rice

Now that you have your perfectly cooked sticky rice, there are endless ways to use it. Serve it alongside a spicy red curry full of crunchy fresh vegetables. Or turn it into dessert by adding fruit and sweetened coconut milk. Need more inspiration on what to eat with sticky rice? Check out these delicious recipes just waiting to be eaten alongside your home-cooked Asian side:

How to Store Sticky Rice

Sticky rice is best eaten the same day, but if you find you have extra, it can be stored and saved for later. Just remember sticky rice will get stickier over time. You can store the rice in an airtight container and keep it in the fridge for a day or two—anything beyond a couple of days, and you’re better off just making a new batch. However, you can freeze sticky rice! Fill a plastic bag, remove the excess air and store it in the freezer for up to two months.Or, fill a plastic bag; remove the excess air and store in the freezer until needed.

Sticky Rice FAQ

Is sticky rice gluten free?

Yes. Despite being called “glutinous,” sticky rice does not contain gluten. The name simply refers to its sticky and glue-like texture.

Why is sticky rice sticky?

Sticky rice gets its infamous stickiness from starch; or rather, one type of starch in particular. Other starchy foods contain two starch components—amylose and amylopectin. Sticky rice, however, is mostly amylopectin and while it does contain trace amounts of amylose, it’s an insignificant amount. It’s the amylopectin, which is water-soluble and breaks apart in hot water that creates the signature stickiness of sticky rice.

So, now that you’ve got the steps and skills, you can make perfect sticky rice whenever you want right from the comfort of your own home. Serve it with entrees, desserts or even on its own. Skip the takeout temptation and enjoy!

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How do you make sticky rice with regular rice? ›

To make sticky rice using regular rice, let the rice soak in water for at least 30 minutes before you cook it, which will help make it stickier in the end. Then, add 2 parts water and 1 part rice to a large pot. Bring the water to a boil and then reduce the heat.

What kind of rice is used for sticky rice? ›

What kind of rice is used for sticky rice? The type of rice you need is jasmine rice. Named after the sweet-smelling jasmine flower, it's grown in Thailand and its key characteristics are a slightly sweet, fragrant flavour and sticky glutinous texture. Don't attempt to use other long grain rice varieties.

What can I add to white rice to make it sticky? ›

To make the sauce, start with a can of coconut milk, a cup to a cup and a half of sugar, and a pinch of salt. Pour the ingredients into a sauce pan and bring to a boil over the stove. Pour the sauce over the cooled rice, stir and voila! You have yourself homemade sweet sticky rice.

How do you make soft sticky rice? ›

Soak it longer if you want your sticky rice to have a softer texture. Drain the water (no need to shake off the excess water), and evenly arrange the soaked sticky rice on a heat-proof, rimmed plate or bamboo steamer lined with natural steamer liners or parchment paper. Cover and steam for 30-45 minutes.

Can any rice be made sticky? ›

Glutinous or Sweet Rice - Start with the right variety of rice. It is labeled “glutinous” or “sweet”. Other types of rice (like jasmine rice) will not work. Soaking in Water - Before cooking, the rice must be soaked in water for 4 to 10 hours.

Will white rice work for sticky rice? ›

Types Of Rice For Sticky Rice

Traditionally, sticky rice is made with short-grain white rice. This works best for things like sushi. But if you are focusing on eating more whole grains, you'll be happy to know that this works just as well with brown rice!

What is sticky rice called in the grocery store? ›

Sticky rice is also called sweet rice, because of its distinct taste that is subtly sweeter than other types of rice. However, even if it has a hint of sweetness, the sweet taste will not overpower the flavor of the food that will be served alongside it.

Is jasmine rice a sticky rice? ›

Jasmine rice is mostly grown in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, it is naturally sticky when cooked. Although, not as sticky as glutinous or sushi rice.

How long should you soak sticky rice? ›

Soak the rice in a container that holds at least twice the volume of rice: Cover the rice with 2 to 3 inches of room-temperature water and soak for 6 to 24 hours. If you need to shorten the soaking time, soak the rice in warm (about 100 degree) water for 2 hours.

What makes sticky rice so sweet and sticky? ›

Rice contains two types of starches: amylose and amylopectin. The former lends to long grains having a light and fluffy texture while the latter gets short grains nice and clumpy. In other words, the higher ratio of amylopectin makes sticky rice sticky!

Does adding vinegar to rice make it sticky? ›

It's also possible to make your sushi rice too sticky if you add too much vinegar. However, adding just the right amount of vinegar to the water while the rice is cooking will make it less clumped. This is done by rinsing the excess starch from the rice, making it more separated.

Is sticky rice healthy? ›

Sticky rice health benefits include increased bone density, decreased inflammation, improved heart health, etc. The Japanese sticky rice is believed to boost metabolism as well.

How long does sticky rice take to boil? ›

Drain, and rinse with cold water. Then add 2 cups of water to one cup of dry rice to the pan, set over medium-high heat, bring to the boil, and reduce heat to a simmer. Cover with a lid and cook for 10-12 minutes. Remove lid, and leave to stand for 5 minutes before serving.

Is sticky rice soaked before cooking? ›

To ensure the grains cook and absorb moisture evenly, sticky rice first needs to be soaked and rinsed in water before cooking. Once steamed, the grains of glutinous rice become tender but maintain a distinct chewiness.

How is sticky rice different from regular rice? ›

Sticky rice is also called "sweet rice" because of its taste. It has a sweeter taste than regular white rice, which is why it works so well in dessert recipes. But mainly, it is prized for its chewy and sticky texture.

What brand makes the best sticky rice? ›

True to its name, cooked sticky rice has a sticky, glue-like texture and you can find several brands selling great-quality sticky rice. So, what are the best sticky rice brands?
  1. Three Rings Thai Sticky Rice. ...
  2. Burma Spice Sticky Rice. ...
  3. Three Ladies Brand Sanpatong Sweet Rice. ...
  4. Golden Phoenix Premium Thai Sticky Rice.

What makes the rice sticky? ›

Amylopectin is a highly branched starch molecule that is responsible for making rice gelatinous and sticky. Rice with a high amount of amylopectin will be very sticky once cooked.

Is steamed rice the same as sticky rice? ›

Sticky rice is traditionally steamed, not boiled. Sticky rice requires less water to cook than regular rice, thus many people choose to steam it instead of boiling it. There is no gluten in glutinous rice. Despite its name, glutinous rice contains no gluten.

What is Chinese sticky rice called? ›

Chinese Sticky Rice is called Lo Mai Fan or Loh Mai Fan in Cantonese and nuòmǐ fàn in Mandarin. In Traditional Chinese, it's written as 糯米飯; and in Simplified Chinese, it's written as 糯米饭. Sometimes, it's also called Cantonese Sticky Rice or sticky rice with Chinese sausage.

Is basmati or jasmine better for sticky rice? ›

Jasmine rice is much stickier when it's cooked as it contains a large amount of amylopectin. This means that the grains don't retain their structure quite as well which is why they form moist clumps, making them much easier to eat with chopsticks than basmati.

What do Japanese call sticky rice? ›

Glutinous rice (mochigome)

Glutinous rice (also known as mochi rice or sticky rice) is the second most common variety of Japanese rice.

What happens if you dont wash sticky rice? ›

If the grains aren't washed before cooking, this residual starch will gelatinize in the hot cooking water and make the cooked grains of rice stick to each other. In some instances, such as sticky rice varieties like glutinous rice and arborio rice, this can lead to a very gummy texture.

Do you rinse sticky rice after soaking? ›

Rinse It. Once the rice has soaked, you need to drain it and then rinse it repeatedly to wash off excess starch. Though you may be tempted, holding a strainer filled with rice under running water will not do the trick. Instead, dump the rice into a fine-mesh strainer and discard the first round of soaking water.

Does too much water make rice sticky? ›

Mushy, sticky, and clumpy rice usually means that there was loose starch coating the grains before cooking or your rice was cooked in too much water.

Why do Japanese Add vinegar to rice? ›

Sometime between the 1300s and 1500s, the Japanese slowly stopped using fermented rice and instead added vinegar to the rice to further increase the shelf life. The vinegar ended up improving the flavor of the rice so they started eating the fish and the rice together, which evolved to today's sushi.

What does white vinegar do to rice? ›

Add a teaspoon of vinegar (apple cider or white vinegar both work) to the cooking liquid of your pot of rice. The acid of the vinegar is thought to break down more of the starches inside the rice, helping each grain of rice absorb more liquid (1). I find this particularly helpful in getting perfect, fluffy brown rice.

How much vinegar do you put in rice? ›

The vinegar ratio: Use about 1 1/2 to 2 tablespoons rice vinegar, 2 1/4 teaspoons sugar, and 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt per cup of (dry) rice you're cooking.

Why is Korean rice sticky? ›

What Makes the Rice Sticky? Rice has two kinds of starch: amylose and amylopectin. Short-grain white rice is high in amylopectin (and low in amylose), giving the rice a sticky texture. When amylose is high and amylopectin is low (like in basmati), the rice doesn't stick together once cooked.

Is Korean rice sticky rice? ›

Sweet rice or glutinous rice is a very popular ingredient in Korean cuisine. In Korea, it is called "chapssal", which literally means "sticky rice" since it becomes soft and sticky when cooked.

Does sticky rice cause bloating? ›

People should avoid eating too many zongzi (粽子, glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo leaves), as consuming several in one meal could cause indigestion, bloating, gastric acid reflux, heartburn and other stomach ailments, a doctor said on Saturday.

Do you add oil to sticky rice? ›

Similar to it's use in cooking both chickpea pasta and regular pasta, olive oil is a useful ingredient when preparing your rice. Not only will a teaspoon of nice olive oil add a wonderfully bright and earthy aroma to an otherwise plain grain, but it will also help keep your rice from becoming too sticky.

What is the difference between sticky rice and regular rice? ›

Sticky rice is also called "sweet rice" because of its taste. It has a sweeter taste than regular white rice, which is why it works so well in dessert recipes. But mainly, it is prized for its chewy and sticky texture.

Does sticky rice taste different than regular rice? ›

Sticky rice is also called sweet rice, because of its distinct taste that is subtly sweeter than other types of rice. However, even if it has a hint of sweetness, the sweet taste will not overpower the flavor of the food that will be served alongside it.

Can I use regular rice for sushi? ›

While the best bet is to use actual sushi rice, it's okay to use any Japanese short grain white rice in a pinch. Again, don't try to use medium or long grain rice like Jasmine or Basmati.

What is the ratio of water to rice for sticky rice? ›

Japanese cooking traditionally uses a short grain rice and cooks it in a way that gives it a glutinous, sticky texture. To prepare it perfectly, it is important that the ratio of rice to water is correct and, as a rule, this ratio is 2:3. We recommend a serving of 75g or 1 cup of rice per person.

Is sticky rice unhealthy? ›

It lacks a starch that's one of the primary starches in regular rice. Because of its starch composition, the grains of rice clump together, truly making it a “sticky” rice. Sticky rice is less nutritious overall than regular rice, but it's rich in protein, fiber and zinc.

Is all jasmine rice sticky rice? ›

The main difference between sticky rice and Jasmine rice is that Jasmine rice is less sticky than sticky rice and contains fewer amylopectins. Sticky rice and Jasmine rice are two types of rice mainly grown in Southeast and East Asia.

What is sticky rice also called? ›

Also known as “sweet rice” or glutinous rice (though it's gluten free), sticky rice is a large white grain that becomes translucent, shiny and extremely sticky when steamed. Sticky rice is a staple in Laos, where it is especially beloved, but it has ardent fans throughout Asia.

Does washing rice make it sticky? ›

"Even with a short grain like sticky rice, washing doesn't affect the much-desired stickiness," he explains. The starch sitting inside the grain will come out during cooking, ultimately creating the sticky texture.

Is basmati rice like sticky rice? ›

Given the emphasis on fluffiness rather than stickiness, it's not surprising that basmati rice is typically prepared using the cooking method which happens to produce the fluffiest, least-sticky rice, regardless of variety, and that is via the pilaf method.

What rice is closest to sushi? ›

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  • Arborio Rice. Arborio Rice. ...
  • Cauliflower Rice. Cauliflower Rice. ...
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  • Quinoa. Quinoa. ...
  • Black Rice. Black Rice. ...
  • Couscous. Couscous. ...
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Why do you rinse sushi rice? ›

Why wash rice? Because Japanese rice contains much higher starch and protein than other varieties, it needs washing to remove the excess. The stickiness of rice (from the starch) is important to hold the cooked grains together so that they can be eaten with chopsticks, but if it's too sticky it becomes chewy.


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