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Desserts

Kheer (Photo by Sarah Maternini/flickr)

Badam Kheer (Creamed Almonds)

A sweet milky dessert/drink that combines the mild nutty flavor of almonds, and the aroma of saffron and cardamom. more
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Condensed Milk Fudge (Perhas)

Not half as sweet as Western-style fudge, but rich and satisfying. more
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Coconut Jelly

A favorite in Burma, where it is called kyauk kyaw (pronounced chow chaw). more
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Chinese Toffee Bananas

With its candy glaze, crunchy fritter batter, and sweet banana taste, kids of all ages will love this dessert. more

Chinese-Style Honey Soy Walnuts

A handful of these for snack or dessert may not be enough. more
Gajar Halwa (Photo by mtsn/flickr)

Carrot Halva (Gajar Halwa)

A favorite Indian dessert, this carrot pudding is typically eaten hot with cold vanilla ice cream. more

Candied Pomelo Rind

The thick skin of pomelo is ideal for candied rind which turns out beautifully soft and luscious. more
(Photo by ShutterSparks/Flickr)

Breadfruit Chips

Get the recipe for these crispy, tasty treats. more
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Bibingka Especial

This delightful cake-like dessert is unique to the Philippines and traditionally baked during the Christmas holidays. more
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Australian Passionfruit Sponge

Australian cooks are rightly proud of their feather-light sponge cakes. None is more typical than passionfruit sponge. more