Sticky Rice Rolls aka Fàn Tuán is a popular and inexpensive breakfast sold by street vendors in Taiwan. With it's warm sticky rice and customizable fillings, this grab and go meal is not only satisfying but tasty. Traditional Fàn Tuán is made from either a white or purple sweet rice then filled with Chinese doughnut and pork floss. There's also other popular fillings like soy sauce egg, or even pickled radish and mustard greens . . . the options are endless.
If you're new to making sticky rice, I suggest using a rice cooker with a "sweet rice" setting. White sweet rice can get really sticky and filling, so I recommend mixing it with the heartier purple glutinous rice.
TIP: If you like your rice extra sticky, use white sweet rice and let it soak in water for longer (example: 2-3 hours).