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Xoi Bap - sticky rice with Hominy and Mung Bean


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  • 1.5 cup glutinous rice (soaked in water overnight and drained)
  • 1 32 oz can of white hominy, drained
  • 1/2 cup split and deshelled mung beans (soaked in water overnight and drained)
  • 1/2 ts salt
  • fried shallots
  • sugar
  • Steamer or Sticky Rice Bamboo steamer
  • muslin fabric or cheesecloth



Step 1

If you have two steamer trays, you can steam both the rice and mung beans at once. If not, do each separately.

Bring a steamer to boil. Place muslin fabric over the steamer tray and add the glutinous rice and hominy. Season with salt and mix well. Steam until rice is soft, clear, and sticky but not too mushy, about 15 minutes or so. Remove and place in serving bowl. Hominy is precooked and ready to eat out of the can, so the purpose of cooking it with the rice is for it to be incorporate it into the sticky rice. If you add the hominy after the rice is fully cooked, it doesn’t stick to the rice as well.

Now steam the mung beans in a similar manner until you can easily crush a grain of mung bean with your fingers, about 15 minutes. Remove and add to small bowl and lightly crush and fluff with a spoon. Place this on top of the rice and hominy mixture. Generously sprinkle fried shallots and sugar on top and enjoy. You can also use the sesame, peanut, sugar and salt mixture as well.

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