50+ Asian Dessert Recipes That Are Classic And Easy To Make

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Asian cuisines are predominantly known for noodles and rice, but also they have some of the best desserts ever. Their dessert is delicious little cuties. They require less effort in making them and are also fun.

You want to finish your meal in style, check out these delicious Asian desserts ranging from the super sweet desserts, probably some that you never knew existed, to the currently evolving decadent dessert worth drooling.

And if you have a sweet tooth, this article is best suited to quench your sweet needs.

Nerikiri Wagashi

Nerikiri Wagashi

This is one of the most prevalent and colorful varieties of Wagashi. Wagashi are classical Japanese sweets primarily consisting of sweetened bean paste or rice flour. Nerikiri is one of the most artistic desserts that you will ever come across. It even comes crafted into flower shapes that symbolize the different seasons in Japan.

It is widely preferred in tea ceremonies as it dampens the bitter taste of green tea. Some have even compared it with art due to its expressive reflection of seasonal themes. Nerikiri is just amazing, and you won’t resist the urge to snap a photo for your Instagram! And it is totally vegan! Want to give this “food art” a try? You can find the recipe here

Mochi

Mochi

These tasty Japanese soft buns are so appealing to the eyes that you’ll drool immediately you spot them. Though they are a significant feature in the New Year’s festivities, they are available throughout the year. Mochi are cakes made from rice

Before you go munching on these cute and chewy treats, you need to know that they have actually been responsible for several of chocking. Mochi is quite sticky (it’s formed from steamed rice, which is sticky), and for this reason, it will stick in your throat if you don’t chew it properly.

To be on the safe side while devouring these treats, ensure you chew properly. You can also cut the rice cakes into small manageable chunks, especially when you are consuming them in the company of children and the elderly. In case you want to make Mochi at home, this recipe will guide you.

Dondurma

Dondurma

This Turkish favorite is unlike any ice cream that you’ve ever come across. Dondurma is usually served cold, not frozen like your usual ice cream. It’s the only ice cream that does not melt, and it so elastic that you can twist and stretch it like dough.

These properties are thanks to its ingredients which are not easy to find. Check out the recipe and ingredients here

Maamoul

Maamoul

These middle eastern butter cookies are pretty aromatic and sweet. The butter cookies are usually filled with nuts or dry fruits, but dates are the most preferred filling. Ma’amoul is in abundance, especially on holidays and religious festivities.

Just remember to make them in plenty, as the aroma will attract your neighbors. If you want to serve your guests these cute and crispy cookies in one of the upcoming holidays or festivities, this recipe will be of great help to you

Hong Kong Egg tart

Hong Kong Egg tart

This Chinese delicacy is common throughout China and in all Chinatowns worldwide. They are small (mostly 7cm in diameter) tarts, with cracking pastry and a delicate and smooth egg filling that is just sweetened lightly.

These egg tarts can be washed down with a cup of coffee. Though you can make them at home, be warned that a lot of work goes into their preparation. Try this recipe and find out for yourself. Trust me; it’s worth every effort!

Red Bean Bun/ dòu shā bāo

Red Bean Bun

Red Bean Buns, dòu shā bāo in Chinese, are steamed buns with a paste of sweet red bean stuffed inside. These buns are soft and fluffy and will make for an incredible dessert. It is best to eat them while hot, right from the steamer.

Try out this recipe for a healthy and fluffy dessert. Did I mention that the dessert is vegan too!

Kasutera

Kasutera

Kasutera, also called Castella, is a sponge cake popular with the Japanese. This delicacy was introduced to the Japanese by merchants from Portugal in the 16th century. It’s a prevalent form of Wagashi, favorite with both the young and old.

The cake is spongy and looks quite dense. You will definitely love its unique darkish brown upper part. You can consume it on its own or accompany it with a cup of tea. You will find it’s denser, sweeter, chewy, and moister than your ordinary sponge cake. This recipe will guide you in preparing this ideal Japanese dessert.

Tanghulu

Tanghulu

Tanghulu is a regular snack in China, especially northern China, made by sticking fruits on bamboo sticks and then coating them with sugar syrup. Traditionally, red berries were the preferred fruit of choice, but you can use any fruit (or nut) for this delicacy, provided it can be stuck on a piece of stick.

When the sugar covering hardens, it forms a shell that is hard and very crispy. You have to experience this shell shattering into tens of pieces when you give it a bite. Though it is primarily available during winter, you can go ahead and prepare this crispy treat anytime, provided you keep it in a cold place. Try this recipe and enjoy!

Baklava

Baklava

The baklava is a crispy pastry and is among the most liked desserts in the world. This Turkish delicacy (or Turkish national dessert) is quite tasty, thanks to its composition of buttered, papery thin phyllo pastry layers packed with nuts and spices. For a final sugary touch, the dessert is drizzled with honey.

You will give your taste buds a heavenly experience if you try the baklava. Check out this recipe and have a go at it. Though it is traditionally not vegan, you can substitute some of the ingredients to make it vegan. See the vegan recipe here

Chinese Pumpkin Pancakes

Chinese Pumpkin Pancakes

The Chinese pumpkin pancake is deep-fried and crispy pancakes that have a filling of red bean paste. You can enjoy the pancakes with hot tea, or as is. These pancakes are a must-try, as they are vegan and straightforward to make.

Try this recipe, and you will find yourself preparing them over and over again

Liu Sha Bao (Molten clustered Egg Bun)

Liu Sha Bao

Having a Liu Sha bao after a hearty meal at any yum cha restaurant is the best way to finish a luxurious meal. The York is infused with custard powder to make it a cozy dessert. The best way this dessert is edible is when you eat it when it is fresh.

For more information on the recipe, click here

Lokum

Lokum

This Turkish staple treat is commonly known as Turkish delight. It is basically a candy that is quite sticky and soft. It tastes amazing. Lokum is majorly served with tea or coffee

You can serve it at the end of family meals. You can also just choose to treat yourself to a snack of Turkish delight chunks whenever you feel like it. If you want to try homemade Lokum, it’s not a challenge to make them though you require some patience and a lot of stirring involved. Check out this recipe and see whether you can reward yourself with this delicious and fragrant Turkish delight

Tangyuan — Sweet Soup Balls

Tangyuan

Tangyuan is a Chinese dessert made up of rice dumplings in a warm and sweet soup. The rice is fermented, and thus the soup sometimes may contain a little alcohol. They are mostly served during extended family get-togethers because the round shape of the dumplings is symbolism for togetherness.

If you are interested in this Sichuan dessert, check out this recipe

Almond Jelly

Almond Jelly

Almond Jelly is a famous desert across Asia but is mainly eaten in China, especially during summer. Despite its name, the Jelly is made from apricot seeds, not almonds.

Almond jelly is cream in color and is considered the ultimate summer dessert because of its smooth texture. The recipe may differ slightly from place to place, and you might find it labeled as almond tofu or almond pudding. Check this recipe of the popular almond jelly type

Youtiao

Youtiao

These are one of China’s favorite street foods. They are made from deep frying dough to achieve a crunchy exterior while the interior remains soft. You will find Youtiao being sold along the street wherever a substantial Chinese population resides

They also go by the name’s Chinese doughnut stick, Chinese crullers, or Chinese breadstick. You can eat them on their own at any time, or they can be served with soy milk or porridge for breakfast. Find a detailed recipe here if you wish to try making them on your own

Chinese almond cookie

Chinese almond cookie

These cookies are a popular confection in China, and wherever you will find substantial Chinese communities or China towns. They are mostly eaten during festivities, including the Lunar New Year celebrations. A lot of people make them attract good fortune because they are a symbol of coins.

You can easily make these crunchy, good fortune cookies at home and enjoy them with a nice cup of coffee or tea. See this simple recipe for guidance

Rice Kheer

Rice Kheer

Kheer is an Indian dessert made from rice, sugar, and milk. Almost every Indian will tell you that kheer is the perfect finish for any Indian meal. Just as all things Indian, kheer flavored with all sorts of ingredients ranging from cardamon to rose water.

For this reason, this rice pudding is pleasantry aromatic. You can also make this Indian dessert at home. Most of the ingredients you will need can be found at your nearest shop or supermarket. Follow this simple recipe to make yourself a bowl of this creamy dessert!

Halo Halo

Halo Halo

This ice-cold treat is the Philippines’ go-to dessert when they need a break from the sweltering heat. Literally meaning ‘mix mix’ in Filipino, Halo-halo consists of a myriad of ingredients that combine to form an excellent mishmash.

Its mixture of ingredients is a reflection of the diversity of Filipino cultures. The essential ingredients in all versions are evaporated milk and shaved ice. Try this recipe for a homemade Halo-halo

Hotteok

Hotteok

It’s a typical Korean street snack, but you can also make it home to enjoy with your loved ones. The ingredients used in its preparation are a few, comprising healthy seeds and simple nuts yeast, brown dough sugar, and pan-fried in a little bit of oil. Usually extremely popular during the winter season, where people take it along the street carts or stalls.

The evolution of hotteok grows by the day thanks to the street food vendors. You find various sweet and savory fillings such as cheese, vegetables, and red beans while the dough is increasingly complex.

To learn more about the hotteok and also the recipe, follow the link.

Bibingka

Bibingka

It is a famous Filipino rice cake that was traditionally cooked in pots, but nowadays, it is baked in banana leaf-lined muffin tins. You will find this dessert being used in October mainly because the Filipino-American commemorate their firsts entry to America and how their presence has impacted society.

Bibingka, in short, is an umbrella term used to name any baked dishes prepared from rice and coconut. In this dessert, the recipe is made to make bibingka soft, fluffy, and pillowy.

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Warabimochi

Warabimochi

Initially, it is considered a famous Japanese Wagashi are widely known to everyone, especially those who live in Kansai. Its texture is made from bracken starch, usually served with roasted soybean powder, known as Kinako and sometimes Matcha powder. Make this delicious dessert at home and share it with family and friends. It’s an anytime dessert.

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Mame daifuku

Mame daifuku

Mame daifuku is a popular Japanese sweets. You find many ancient Mame daifuku in Tokyo’s koishikawa; hence, people believe it was initially invented there. In this recipe, we use dried beans that were soaked overnight and then boiled in salt and water. This is just the beginning of this delicious little treat. In case you want more information regarding the ingredients to use and the recipe, see below. Have fun, making breathtaking dessert for yourself and family  

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Sakura mochi

Sakura mochi

Thanks to its nutritional values, this dessert is widely used in Japanese and the west. This dessert does not entirely fit the sweet concept; however, the rate at which it is consumed during spring is alarming. It is a dessert made from vine guard cherry leaves, red beans, and rice. It is therefore eaten mainly at the beginning of spring.

For other people, this might be seemingly hard to consume for a dessert, but in a real sense, it is the salty and tanginess of the leaf which complements the sweet mocha that makes it a favorite among the Japanese.

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Zhi ma hu/ Black sesame soup

Black sesame soup

This dessert comes in the form of a paste. Zhi ma Hu is grounded black sesame seeds prepared to make a sweet pasty dessert. The dessert is either a thick pastry or a thin one. In the end, the black sesame should be intensely aromatic when consumed, smooth to the throat, and warm to the tummy.

This soup has health benefits, including vitamin B and minerals such as magnesium, iron, calcium, and manganese. The Chinese people believe theta helps in enhancing kidney functions as well as darkening the hair.

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Amanattō green tea mufins

Amanatto green tea mufins

It’s a traditional Japanese sweet made from beans such as snow peas and azuki. These beans are cooked in syrup dried then glazed with sugar. If you find yourself entirely not a un of this sweet, there are other fun ways you can make the recipe to suit your taste buds from these same ingredients, and for sure, you will love it

In this case, incorporate the beans into green tea muffins. This is a perfect blend for sweet beans. You just have to find creative ways to bring love into dessert.

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Revani with orange (yogurt)

Revani with orange

We need some hot summer dessert that will divert our minds from the regular ice cream, not entirely, just for a few minutes. In this revani with orange can be a good substitute. During summer both vegetables and fruits are readily available and hence going to the shop to buy groceries is fun.

And what’s more, fun is when you are shopping for orange and revani if you love the aroma of orange in cake then you are my guy. This recipe has yogurt and semolina as the base, then with the flavor of orange.

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Phirni

Phirni

Phirni is a traditional Indian Kashmiri dessert usually rich and creamy since it is created by milk and rice and instilled with aromatic essence. It is delicious and straightforward to make dessert usually made instantly, and some people also call it Shahi Phirni because it was made during the times of kings.

It contains saffron that is responsible for the color and aroma. It is mainly consumed during special occasions and festivals—additionally, a favorite in India and other parts of the world like Pakistan.

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Sans rival- Cake

Sans rival Cake

Sans rival is popularly a Philippine dessert, well known for its vast richness and delicious flavor. It is considered time-consuming, but you know anything that takes time is usually worth it. It consists of a menrique top, layered with a buttercream made in the French way. Probably the best time to make it when we are all merry about Christmas.

This Christmas season, try this san rival cake and make it your forever favorite Christmas dessert, everything including the plates, and everyone will enjoy.

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Gajar ka halwa

Gajar ka halwa

The carrot pudding dessert is famous in India for any occasion. It is a 5-ingredient recipe made with carrot and has other accompaniments like milk, Cardamom, ghee, and sugar super easy recipe. This dessert is served for any occasion, and you can most likely get fond of it. Create memories with this easy to do dessert

The exciting part is that most indie desserts are not baked but cooked or fried in stoves, so you don’t have to use ovens all-time in India.

Follow the link for the recipe.

Karamelize Ayva tatlısı

Karamelize Ayva tatlisi

Quince is a popular fruit during winter. Hence this dessert is mainly prepared during the cold season. You caramelize it with a little sugar-sweet wine with a substantial amount of aroma and cherry liqueur for this quince dessert. It has an exquisite flavor, and the aroma is way over the top.

You only need to cook it in a cast-iron pot on low heat for some time. You can serve it with milk cream, honey yogurt, and walnuts, or even curd cheese. Whichever way you decide, it will be amazing.

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Muhallebi

Muhallebi

Muhallebi, sometimes referred to as Muhallabiyeh or mahalabia, is a milk pudding famous in the middle east and Turkey. This dessert of Persian origin has milk, flour, and sugar as its essential ingredients. Traditionally, Orange or Rosewater was used as flavors.

This delicious milk pudding is easy to prepare as you only need four ingredients and less than 15 minutes. It is primarily served in small cups at gatherings, especially dinner parties. Check out this recipe for a homemade Muhallebi. You can use raisins, grated coconut, or any of your favorite nuts as garnish.

Rasgulla

Rasgulla

Rasgulla is one of India’s sweet desserts widely enjoyed throughout India. They are ball-shaped cheese that is soaked in sugar syrup. The syrup is often flavored with Cardamom. Rasgulla is sweet and quite addictive. These soft, delicious balls tend to melt in your mouth, and you find yourself reaching out for another.

You can easily make them at home with readily available ingredients: sugar, lemon juice, and milk. Though they are mostly made during festivities, you can follow this recipe to try out this Indian delicacy and surprise your friends at dinner. They will love the sweet spongy balls for sure!

Ekmek kadayıfı

Ekmek kadayifi

Ekmek Kadayifi is a Turkish bread pudding made with syrup-soaked dry bread. The saturated bread is served with kaymak (clotted cream). This heavenly dessert is found all over Turkey and in many Turkish communities worldwide. It is also a popular dessert at religious celebrations and festivals.

This is a simple dessert that you can make at home. You can get the ingredients in many shops and online stores. Follow this recipe for this enjoyable dessert

Zenzai

Zenzai

Zenzai is a sweet Japanese soup made with sweet red beans. Mochi (rice cake) is then added to the red bean soup. This traditional dessert is primarily well-liked during winter, though it is enjoyed in Japan throughout the year.

The thought of beans as part of dessert might seem weird, but don’t worry, because the red beans are cooked until they become quite soft and are then lightly sweetened. Check out this recipe and try a homemade Zenzai. This dessert can be enjoyed hot, warm, or cold, but it will keep you warm during the cold season.

Gulab jamun

Gulab jamun

These are balls of milk solids (Khoya) that are deep-fried to form this cherished Indian dessert. Gulab Jamun balls are an essential dessert for any Indian Party or festival. These cherry-sized balls are often flavored with rose water, saffron, cardamom, and other spices.

The resulting Gulab Jamun balls are sweet and will melt in your mouth, giving your taste buds a heavenly experience. Pistachios can be used to garnish Gulab Jamun. You can make this dessert at home using this recipe. Take it warm or cold.

Taiyaki

Taiyaki

Taiyaki is a fish-shaped cake and is stuffed with sweet red bean paste. It is beloved in Japan and can be found in almost all shopping areas. Taiyaki is crispy on the outside, and the red bean paste is sweet. This combination makes for a fantastic dessert.

To make Taiyaki at home, you must have a mold (shaped like a fish). If you happen to have one, this recipe will guide you on the simple steps to follow to make this Japanese dessert. Taiyaki can be enjoyed hot or cold

Dorayaki

Dorayaki

This Japanese delicacy is simply red bean paste stuffed between two delicious pancakes. Dorayaki is a dessert that is popular across all age groups. Though red bean paste is the most common stuffing, other forms can also be used. Some of the popular options for stuffing include custard cream and Kuri (chestnut paste)

This recipe will guide you to make Doroyaki at home. If you get it right, the soft golden pancakes will have you drooling in no time! Enjoy this mouthwatering dessert with tea

Zulbia/Jalebi

Zulbia

Though you may not have heard of it, Jalebi is among the ten most beloved sweet desserts in India and Indian communities worldwide. This dessert is made for simple ingredients that include sugar syrup and flour (all-purpose and gram).

The deep-fried batter results in crunchy and crumbly spiral sweets, which are a party essential. This treat can be served warm or cold and will leave your guests wanting more. Try this easy recipe to prepare these chewy sweets.

Mizu Yokan

Mizu Yokan

A summertime favorite in Japan, Mizu Yokan is an easy dessert made of agar, red bean paste, and water. This jelly-like delicacy is typically served chilled and comes in colorful blocks which are rectangular.

Though there are a few variations, this simple recipe will guide you to make a homemade Mizu Yokan. Try it out and enjoy the refreshing taste of the red beans.

Leche Flan

Leche Flan

Leche Flan is a Filipino dessert style of crème caramel. The two essential ingredients are eggs and sweetened milk. Leche Flan has a sticky caramel topping. It is a typical dessert that you will find being served at any party or special occasion throughout the Philippines

This tasty dessert is popular because it is easy to prepare and can be kept for quite some time without going bad. Leche Flan can be enjoyed by itself or used topping for iced Filipino desserts such as halo-halo. Check out this recipe for guidance on how you can prepare this creamy dessert at home.

Khao niao mamuang (Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango)

Khao niao mamuang

Khao niao mamuang is a Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango Thai dessert. It’s a type of rice pudding that creates a sumptuous dessert when combined with ripe mangoes, perhaps one of the best ways to end a Thai dinner.

The natural flavors of mango and coconuts will activate all your taste buds, giving you a satisfying experience. It’s fantastic and addictive! It is one of the signature Thai desserts you should try when you visit Thailand or any Thai restaurant. Better yet, you can try this simple Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango recipe at home.

Turon

Turon

This is a Filipino dessert made for deep-fried banana rolls. Turon is well-liked in the Philippines because it is inexpensive to make. This delicious treat is famous as an afternoon snack, and you will find it being sold on the streets in the Philippines or any Asian market.

The caramelized wrapping makes it crispy, and every bite delivers a delightful experience. Check out this easy recipe for your homemade Turon.

Kulfi

Kulfi

Kulfi is an Indian ice cream dessert made of condensed milk. It is mainly flavored with saffron, dried fruit, rosewater, or Cardamom. This results in a sweet and aromatic frozen dessert, which is always in high demand during the hot, sweltering Indian summer.

With the help of milk products such as whip cream, it is easy to prepare as you do not have to spend hours boiling the milk to achieve the condensed state. You also don’t require an ice cream maker for this. Check out this recipe and try a homemade Kulfi

Ramallah

Ramallah

Rasmalai is a sweet Bengali cheese dessert primarily served on special occasions such as weddings. It is a favorite throughout India, and it is easy to make, though it requires patience. This dessert literally melts in your mouth, and it is sweet. It leaves you desiring more every time.

Rasmalai is the perfect way to end any festive meal. Have a look at this simple recipe and try homemade Rasmalai. It’s also gluten-free!

Kabak tatlısı

Kabak tatlisi

Kabak tatlisi is a Turkish pumpkin made of candied chunks of pumpkin. This gorgeous dessert is served with kaymak or walnuts and is best enjoyed in the company of friends and family. Surprisingly, it is straightforward to prepare, especially when it is pumpkin season. See this easy recipe, and give this delicious dessert a try

Falooda

Falooda

Falooda is a delicious frozen dessert famous in India. This creamy beverage contains a rose syrup flavor, and it is refreshing, especially on hot days. This colorful dessert will come in handy whenever you have friends and family around as it is easy to make.

If you want to try out this pink and creamy dessert, see this recipe, various variations, and choose whatever version you desire.

Asure

Asure

This Turkish dessert contains dried fruits and grains mixed and cooked together to form a pudding. It is also referred to as Ashura or Noah’s Dessert. In Turkish culture, it is meant to be shared with friends and neighbors. It is also significant in the Islamic faith and celebrations.

Nevertheless, Asure can be enjoyed all year round. The dessert can be made from a wide range of ingredients. Try this home recipe for this Turkish asure pudding. Remember to share with friends and neighbors

İrmik helvası

Irmik helvasi

Also known as semolina dessert. It is the best-known dessert for ottoman cuisine. The flavor varies from milky to pistachio but is also mild.

This is an anytime dessert that should be enjoyed. However, halava has some Indian traditions attached to it where it is roasted in case you lose a relative the family roast it and give it to the people who have come for condolence, any way traditions are there to be kept hence not disputing but that shunt stop you from enjoying the dessert

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Snow fungus and ginseng chicken soup

Snow fungus and ginseng chicken soup

This food is popular with Chinese cuisine; it is considered healthy. Some benefits include the fungus-containing antioxidant that helps the skin retain its youthful, primarily famous ladies.

This fungus soup has a fantastic texture when cooked or soup or savory or n the sweet version such as longan and the snow fungus sweet soup. It is a combination of snow fungus, lotus seeds, red dates, ginseng, and bean curd stick. Remember, ladies. This soup is for you.

If you find the soup interesting, Follow the link for the recipe

Puto

Puto

The classic puto is made from Filipino steamed rice cakes traditionally made from fermented rice dough. But this specific recipe made from home is made using all-purpose flour and topped with cheddar cheese or salted egg. You can eat it with a side dish like dinguan (pork blood stew) or pancit.

This accessible homemade version will light up your kitchen any time you consider dessert time. Enjoy with family and friends and share the secret recipe with them. You can freeze them also to be used at a later time

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Şöbiyet cream filled baklava

Sobiyet cream filled baklava

This recipe is inspired by a lady who tasted real sobiyet handed over by a neighbor who refused to share the recipe. Hence, she ate something close to it, the semolina in the filling, and she managed to create her version using store-bought dough and syrup, and ever since, it became her family’s favorite dessert.

In this recipe, the best thing is that you can prepare the recipe weeks ahead of time and store it in the freezer. Take them out 2 hours before serving as some people prefer it cold and crispy.

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Mysore Pak

Mysore Pak

Mysore Pak is also an Indian sweet dessert prepared with gram flour, ghee, and sugar. It comes in two ways. The semi-hard texture version is primarily sold in the shops and has a crumbly and honeycomb texture.

The second version is semi-soft, also known as myosper, and it is soft creamy, and somehow glossy. In this recipe, the Mysore Pak is between the two slightly crumbly versions, firm it melts in the mouth, and it’s buttery. It is popular during the Diwali festivals. But you can also make it your favorite home dessert.

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Shrikhand

Shrikhand

It is an Indian dessert and a favorite with almost all Indian households. It is made from 3 ingredients: yogurt, sugar, and saffron, and in just 7 minutes, your shrikhand is ready. It is more of a yogurt-based dessert whose flavors turn out sweet and tangy.

We say keep it simple and straightforward it is to make this dessert. You only need a microwave as it is the cooking point of the dessert. See how easy making shrikhand is for you and the family, and enjoy the vast flavors that this dessert brings forth.

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Kaju katli

Kaju katli

Kaju katli is an Indian-based dessert. During festivals, Indians like to celebrate sweetly, and by that, I mean they are big on sugar; hence lots of sweets circulate during the festival like Diwali. This dessert is made from cashew nuts and garnished with edible silver leaf. You can use few ingredients in your kitchen pantry, thus so easy to make Kaju katli.

You can also add another ingredient like saffron milk while cooking. This makes it keaser Kaju Kati and further adds a yellow color to it. So on the next Diwali season, make your family this hearty dessert and have fun during the celebrations.

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Kuzumochi

Kuzumochi

It is an excellent sweet summer dessert and a vegan and Japanese dessert .it is mildly sweet and quite bland. It also has a unique slippery and chewy texture. To enrich the dessert with more flavors, add the kinako, which is toasted soybean powder. The sauce makes it using black sesame paste sweetened with Okinawan black sugar, then adds little water to make it thinner.

Follow the recipe for more information

Chendol cake

Chendol cake

This is a version of chendol cake with has a gula melaka mousse. The mousse is smooth and aromatic and gives a perfect balance to the pandan cake that equally induces some good flavors of chendol in the cake. This chendol layered cake is currently on-trend, and it should find its way into your home. With this well-articulated recipe, anything is possible to have fun.

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Fried honey cake (Yakgwa)

Fried honey cake

It is a traditional Korean cake made from honey wheat flour and oil. It is mainly used during the Jesa memorial service for the ancestors but can be taken anytime as a snack. The flavor is flaky while the texture is crumbly. It can be stored at cool room temperature for a few days or in the fridge for more extended periods.

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Mitarashi Dango

Mitarashi Dango

It is a Japanese sweet whose main ingredients are sweet soy sauce glaze and glutinous rice flour. Mutarashi means water bubbles, while the Dango is associated with an offering given to a god during the mutarashi festivals at the shrine called shimagamo. The festival is commemorated every year.

Mutarashi loses their chewy texture and also harden aster; hence they are best eaten on the same day they are made. Still, you can freeze them for future use. In this case, wrap them individually with cling wrap and then put them in a zip lock bag and store them in the freezer for 3-4 weeks.

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Homemade Es teler

Homemade Es teler

It is a popular drink mostly found at the roadside of Indonesian streets. This sweet drink is a cocktail made from different fruits. Some website recognizes Es teler is an Indonesian drink. It is comprised of avocado, jack fruit, young coconut, and nata de co.

This dessert is easy to make, plus I don’t mind having a bowl of this dessert which I find healthy and delicious. if you find this dessert interesting, why not show some solidarity by clicking the link and have fun

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Liu Sha Bao

59 Asian Dessert That You May Want To Try

Ingredients
  

  • Nerikiri Wagashi
  • Mochi
  • Dondurma
  • Ma'amoul
  • Hong Kong Egg tart
  • Red Bean Bun
  • Kasutera
  • Tanghulu
  • Baklava
  • Chinese Pumpkin Pancakes
  • Liu Sha Bao
  • Lokum
  • Tangyuan
  • Almond Jelly
  • Youtiao
  • Chinese almond cookie
  • Rice Kheer
  • Halo Halo
  • Hotteok
  • Bibingka
  • Warabimochi
  • Mame daifuku
  • Sakura mochi
  • Black sesame soup
  • Amanattō green tea mufins
  • Revani with orange
  • Phirni
  • Sans rival- Cake
  • Gajar ka halwa
  • Karamelize Ayva tatlısı
  • Muhallebi
  • Rasgulla
  • Ekmek kadayıfı
  • Zenzai
  • Gulab jamun
  • Taiyaki
  • Dorayaki
  • Zulbia
  • Mizu Yokan
  • Leche Flan
  • Khao niao mamuang
  • Turon
  • Kulfi
  • Ramallah
  • Kabak tatlısı
  • Falooda
  • Asure
  • İrmik helvası
  • Snow fungus and ginseng chicken soup
  • Puto
  • Şöbiyet cream filled baklava
  • Mysore Pak
  • Shrikhand
  • Kaju katli
  • Kuzumochi
  • Chendol cake
  • Fried honey cake
  • Mitarashi Dango
  • Homemade Es teler

Instructions
 

  • Select the dessert you like
  • Get the ingredients needed
  • Make your own dessert

My thoughts:

If you never tried any Asian desserts, perhaps this is your chance. It needs a little patience and maybe baby steps, but once you learn, it becomes enjoyable, and really you can’t resist these delicacies. The best thing about the dessert is that they are effortless, and preparing them may not require many technicalities as long as your kitchen is well equipped and you have the right ingredients.

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