Xoi refers to the glutinous sweet rice dish with many forms in Vietnamese cooking. There are savory versions of xoi, and there are sweet versions of xoi. Lily will show you how to make Xoi Dau Xanh, which is a sweet version of xoi with mung beans that she grew up eating for breakfast. Xoi Dau Xanh is served with sesame sugar salt and is perfect when you need a midday snack. This is a super simple recipe that requires little preparation and more passive cooking time depending on the type of steamer you use.
Lily used Korean sweet rice here, but if you find Thai sweet rice, do go for it!
Enjoy! Let us know how it goes!
Music provided by Conradin Kreutzer’s Grand Septet Eb, Op, 62.