Zursun Purple Sticky Rice

Good for the earth and good for you, this purple sticky rice is grown in Thailand from heirloom seeds that promote agricultural diversity as well as authentic flavor. Also known as Thai sweet rice, this pleasantly chewy grain adds beautiful color and exotic flavor to any meal. Mild and versatile, the rice is ideal in savory side dishes and salads. Often combined with coconut milk and served as a dessert. These botanical heirlooms are a part of living history, supporting centuries-old plant varieties and preserving the genetic diversity of our food supply. Produced by Zursun, a second-generation family-owned company and one of America's oldest suppliers of heirloom beans. Recipe included. 1 lb. 8 oz. Product of Thailand.
Average Customer Rating:
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Review 1 for Zursun Purple Sticky Rice
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Fayetteville GA
May 24, 2011
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Would You Recommend? Yes
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great rice
May 24, 2011
We loved the purple sticky rice and I am sure we will buy it again!
Pros: Easy to Prepare, Quality, Flavor
Review 2 for Zursun Purple Sticky Rice
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Boise, Idaho
April 26, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
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Vivid color, sweet flavor
April 26, 2011
I served this rice as a side dish to a pork loin slow cooked with whole cranberry sauce, orange juice and cinnamon. The sauce was drained and reduced and accompanied the meat and rice. The rice's texture is similar to wild rice, chewy. Even without the sauce, the rice was surprisingly sweet! I used the cold leftovers as a salad with sliced mangos. The cooked rice is purple and you'll need a napkin to wipe off your smile.
Pros: Texture, Quality, Good for Entertaining, Flavor, Healthy
Cons: Time to Prepare