Who thinks of calorie when it comes to pastry!! 🍰
Who doesn't like the after-meal sweet treats? Well, I guess everyone loves to make a bit sweet tooth by putting flaky pastries, cakes, cookies, custards or fruity pies into their mouth after finishing the main cuisine. Different cultures serve different and delicious desserts that are absolutely mouth-watering. Any and every meal is incomplete without plated and assorted desserts. Here's a bucket list of scrumptious dessert marvels around the world:
Traditionally a famous Indian dessert , although its speciality peeks from the Bengali culture. In the big fat Bengali weddings sweet lovers can actually gobble 30-40 gulab jamuns as a challenge. These deep-fried dumplings made of dried milk [khoya] are dipped in a rose-cardamom flavored sugar syrup to make it juicy.
If you’re a coffee lover, a cake that has its flavour is bound to melt your mouth. A take onthe old Italian classic, Tiramishu cake is a three layers of creamy, coffee, moist cakey goodness. The good part is that it gets better over time and can be served a day or two later.
Also known as the Persian ice, Faloodeh is an unique combination of sweetly scented ice and chewy noodles made from rice or corn starch. Yes noodles....for dessert!! The thin, vermicelli-like noodles drizzled with rose water is often garnished with fresh lime juice or lime wedges and mint.
Nothing’s better than these delicious, pillowy-soft traditional Syrniki. It is the best romantic Russian cheese pancakes for a tasty breakfast treat. Served with syrup or with a dollop of sour cream or Greek yogurt, these golden-brown, pancakes are usually topped with fruit preserves.
Indian desserts are the heart of Indian cuisine. We have a strong penchant for sweets and among the array of sweets, Raj Bhog is the dessert king of all. Its name literally means that it’s for the king’s palate. Cardamom & saffron aroma is the essence of Raj Bhog.
It is elaborate that is served with an appropriately decadentamount of figs, apricots, quince, and pear that have marinated in Jamaican rum for at least two years. This infusion of rare French Polynesian vanilla, a topping of caramelized black truffles, and a coating of 24-karat edible gold flakes makes it extraordinary and will give anyone a peace in the eyes.
Most unusual dessert is may be this one that is served in Taipei. It is delivered in toilet-shaped bowls to satisfy one's appetizer. One must try this “green dysentery,” a shaved ice–based dessert topped with kiwi fruit sauce, or a bloody-looking version colored red from strawberries.
We humans are never full and be it a kid or a 50 years old man, we all crave for sweet stuffs.