New delivery services and home bakeries have been popping up left and right amidst quarantine in Metro Manila. While the early days of ECQ made access to certain food cravings quite difficult, now there’s an endless supply of options to satisfy your hankerings. If you’re looking for a dessert or sweet snack to eat that’s not the usual cake, brownies, or pandesal, mango sticky rice might be good option!
What is Mango Sticky Rice?
Mango sticky rice is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango, and coconut milk. You may have tried it before on some of your travels throughout Asia or at a Thai restaurant right here in the Metro. Either way, if you’ve had it, you know that the dessert is a delectable treat that’s perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth. And if you haven’t tried it, well what the heck are you waiting for?
Here’s where to get mango sticky rice delivered in Manila:
Instagram-based food shop Ooh Mummie makes an irrestistible serving of mango sticky rice you’ll want to get delivered ASAP. You can order the classic variation of the dessert, but if you’re feeling extra adventurous, you may want to try their mango with chocolate sticky rice. It’s perfect for champorado fans!
How to order: You can order Ooh Mummie’s mango sticky rice through their Instagram page. You can get it with regular sticky rice for P155 while the chocolate variation will cost you P185.
Man and Mangoes
Ube fans, you won’t be able to resist Man and Mangoes’ mango and ube sticky rice, which gives the Thai dessert a Pinoy twist thanks to the purple yam flavor mixed in with the glutinous rice. Pair that with the fresh mango and you get a sweet symphony of flavors that you’ll be ordering over and over.
How to order: You can order Man and Mangoes’ mango ube sticky rice for P320 through their Instagram page. The classic variation is available for P300. Each serving is good for two to three people.
If you love any dessert with mango in it, you’ll want to check out Maxi Mango’s selection of sweet treats. Besides mango sticky rice sprinkled with dessicated coconut, they have mango pandan, mango graham ice cream, mango float, and more.
If you want a big serving to share with everyone in your household (or just to satisfy a huge mango craving), Sticky Nicky’s tub of mango sticky rice is for you. You can get an entire container of sticky riced topped with several slices of fresh mango for just P100!
How to order: You can order Sticky Nicky’s mango sticky rice through their Facebook page.
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