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    #46
    Originally posted by mahool:10007499

    burhiha kay baal...ate gola ganda many time but not from dhoraji....
    burhiya k baal before or after shampooing?
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      #47
      Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

      Originally posted by mahool View Post
      burhiha kay baal...ate gola ganda many time but not from dhoraji....
      google confirms it

      https://www.google.com.pk/search?q=b...w=1440&bih=762

      Now I want to know, how it is referred in Punjab?
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        #48
        Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

        Originally posted by Microbian View Post
        burhiya k baal before or after shampooing?

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          #49
          Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

          Thanks to budhiya ke baal, we can taank jhaank in KKF ka bachpan

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            #50
            we used to eat ice-lolly (yes it was called ice-lolly ) in school for 1 rs
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              #51
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                #52
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                  #53
                  Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                  Originally posted by Microbian View Post
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                  These ones? ghareeb log

                  When I went hometown for final examination preparation, my ammi used to buy me these
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                    #54
                    Originally posted by muqawwee123:10007515

                    These ones? ghareeb log

                    When I went hometown for final examination preparation, my ammi used to buy me these
                    yes yehi wali
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                      #55
                      Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                      The 102 years old Bombay Bakery in Hyderabad, Sindh is quite an institution in Sindh I believe. Its coffee cake in particular is legendary and while it may not be 'native' to the land per se, the cake and the bakery itself fully deserve to be recognized and celebrated as part of modern day Sindhi food culture!

                      Here is a pic of the Bombay Bakery:





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                      I think I should mention here two traditional sweets that my grandmother used to make. One was "Kulcha." Kulcha is better known as a fluffy savory bread but the one I'm referring to here is a baked cookie with sesame seeds and saffron infused syrup that'd give the cookies their distinctive orange hue.





                      There was also "Shakkarparay." It's a doughnuty kind of fried dough, albeit with a crunch, that would be immersed in a sugar syrup and then cooled. It was quite a treat too.



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                        #56
                        Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                        Originally posted by goodname View Post
                        This is what we call Tosha in Sindh
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                          #57
                          Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                          Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
                          This is what we call Tosha in Sindh
                          Are these deep fried by any chance? We have something quite similar.

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                            #58
                            Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                            Originally posted by Mezhgan View Post
                            Are the deep fried by any chance? We have something quite similar.
                            yes. then dipped in sugar syrup which is allowed to crystallize on it's surface. it's like dried icing on thick namakpaara.
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                              #59
                              Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                              Originally posted by goodname View Post
                              The 102 years old Bombay Bakery in Hyderabad, Sindh is quite an institution in Sindh I believe. Its coffee cake in particular is legendary and while it may not be 'native' to the land per se, the cake and the bakery itself fully deserve to be recognized and celebrated as part of modern day Sindhi food culture!

                              Here is a pic of the Bombay Bakery:





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                              I think I should mention here two traditional sweets that my grandmother used to make. One was "Kulcha." Kulcha is better known as a fluffy savory bread but the one I'm referring to here is a baked cookie with sesame seeds and saffron infused syrup that'd give the cookies their distinctive orange hue.





                              There was also "Shakkarparay." It's a doughnuty kind of fried dough, albeit with a crunch, that would be immersed in a sugar syrup and then cooled. It was quite a treat too.


                              My mom made these more often kulcha and shakar paray, yummm.
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                                #60
                                Re: Dessert dishes from different cultures

                                Originally posted by Khalil KhaaN FaaKhta View Post
                                yes. then dipped in sugar syrup which is allowed to crystallize on it's surface. it's like dried icing on thick namakpaara.
                                Interesting. There is South African dessert that is almost exactly like this. They're called koeksisters. The only difference is that koeksisters are braided into plaits.

                                Koeksisters:


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