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    #16
    Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

    Originally posted by Blacklisted Prince View Post
    Desserts from Punjab culture
    I think some of these r not from punjab

    Gachak-- Tilo ki gachak



    Mung Phali ki Gachak



    Khopra



    Different types of Pateesa



    Qalaqand


    Khujur mithayi

    In addition to that, we also have:

    Mutanjan Rice:

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    Firni

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    Jaggery Rice (Gur wale chawal)


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    Sheer Khurma

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    Carrot halwa


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      #17
      Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

      Tosha

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      We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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        #18
        Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

        Baklava
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          #19
          Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

          Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
          Tosha

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          Mm is that what it's called? I love the one on right. I think it's called something else in punjab but I don't remember the name now.
          Kabhi kahin lag jaaye dil to, kahin phir dil na lage.

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            #20
            Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

            Originally posted by Blacklisted Prince View Post
            Desserts from Punjab culture
            I think some of these r not from punjab

            Gachak-- Tilo ki gachak

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            Mung Phali ki Gachak

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            Khopra

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            Different types of Pateesa

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            Qalaqand





            Khujur mithayi




            Aur isey tou sb e jante hain

            Yummy I love gachak n pateesa.
            Kabhi kahin lag jaaye dil to, kahin phir dil na lage.

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              #21
              Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

              A few more desserts/sweets that came to mind:


              Roht – Sweetened bread with a hint of cardamom and topped with nigella seeds.


              Kolcha Mazar – A buttery flatbread flavoured with rosewater and cardamom.


              Shir Berenj – Rice pudding flavoured with rosewater, cardamom and ground pistachios.


              Khajour - A leavened pastry which is fried and coated with sugar (and sometimes cinnamon).

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                #22
                Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                how come no one mentioned Shaahii TukRe?

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                  #23
                  Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                  A fried dough kind of dessert is common across many cultures. There's, of course, the iconic doughnut of America, beignets in French and Louisiana Creole cuisines, Polish Paczkis, Spanish churros and Italian zeppole. Jalebis are ubiquitous in South Asia and are both delicious and inexpensive. And then there are similar jalebi like sweets such as Bamiyeh in Persian cuisine.

                  Likewise some kind of bread pudding seems to be present in many cultures. Shahi tukray and Hyderabadi "double ka meetha" are quite famous in parts of India as well as Pak. There is "Om Ali" in Egyptian cuisine and bread and butter pudding in British cuisine. Across the pond, bread pudding is quite common too with some delicious versions involving chocolate, pecans etc..

                  I have not met many desserts I did not like! Looking back, my grandmother used to make lovely egg katlis, a fudge like confectionary which didn't taste weird or 'eggy' at all despite apparently having eggs as the main ingredient. Her version of bread pudding made with white bread, saffron, pistachios etc. was, true to its name, sumptuous as well. My mom makes something similar and it's one of my favorite desserts. My other favorites include the quintessentially American dessert of apple pie, and warm brownie with a scoop of melting Vanilla ice cream. Yum.
                  Last edited by goodname; May 4, 2014, 11:18 PM.
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                    #24
                    Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                    Originally posted by madz124 View Post
                    Mm is that what it's called? I love the one on right. I think it's called something else in punjab but I don't remember the name now.
                    toshas are actually in round shape. I exactly don't know the name for this texture
                    We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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                      #25
                      Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                      Busri (traditional meetha paratha of Sindh)

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                      Naqul (This is common tabarruk on many sufi shrines of Sindh)

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                      We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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                        #26
                        Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                        Gola Ganda

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                        We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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                          #27
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                          Sheer Khurma
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                            #28
                            Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                            Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
                            Busri (traditional meetha paratha of Sindh)

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                            Naqul (This is common tabarruk on many sufi shrines of Sindh)

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                            yeh bech main ghee hia...

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                              #29
                              Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                              Originally posted by mahool View Post
                              yeh bech main ghee hia...
                              yes ghee. Traditionally they used butter or desi ghee
                              We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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                                #30
                                Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                                Traditional desserts/sweets Hyderabad is known for:




                                Double ka meetha is the cousin of shahi tukray lol......the texture and end product of double ka meetha is chunkier and thicker than that of shahi tukray





                                Badam ki jali. No wedding or celebration in Hyderabad is complete without these almond cookie/confections. They are painstaking to make, thus the fervor and excitement lol.





                                Qubani ka meetha.....dried apricots are stewed and cooked with a sugar syrup to a thick compote like consistency and garnished with nuts and malai/cream/custard


                                


                                

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