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SAGO GULA MELAKA (Sago Pudding with Palm Sugar) SAGO GULA MELAKA (Sago Pudding with Palm Sugar)
Dessert - Malaysia (287)   
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Cream Puffs Cream Puffs
Dessert - France (275)   
A cake made of light pastry filled with cream. .. Detail
Traditional walnut pastry 
Traditional walnut pastry
Dessert - Greece (271)   
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Victoria sandwich Victoria sandwich
Dessert - Britain (261)   
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Bread and butter pudding Bread and butter pudding
Dessert - Britain (260)   
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Decadent frozen chocolate cake Decadent frozen chocolate cake
Dessert - (257)   
My mom used to make this dessert all the time when I was a kid. It is extremely easy to make. The hard part is waiting till it gets cold! It contains raw eggs. .. Detail
Pastel Cordobes Pastel Cordobes
Dessert - Al-Andalus (Spain) (254)   
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Tapioca cake (Bingka Ubi Kayu) Tapioca cake (Bingka Ubi Kayu)
Dessert - Malaysia (245)   
In 1941 and 1942, Malaya—as it was known then—was occupied by the Japanese, and there was a food shortage. People had to be creative because they could not wait to harvest rice. There was also a campaign to grow your own food in your backyard. The quickest way was to grow vegetables and tubers. Tapioca was the food, like a staple. It was hip. People were exchanging different ways to cook it. It was easy to grow and provided essential carbohydrates during wartime. .. Detail
Traditional Finnish Blueberry Pie
Traditional Finnish Blueberry Pie
Dessert - Finland (242)   
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Saffransbullar and Pepparkakor Saffransbullar and Pepparkakor
Dessert - Sweden (238)   
The sweet yeast rolls that are served during the Christmas season are flavoured with golden saffron and dark raisins and often shaped into ‘Lucia cats’ (lussekatter). The gingersnaps are customarily cut in the shape of little men and women, pigs or hearts, and are often decorated with frosting. It is not uncommon for children to help build little houses out of gingersnap dough to celebrate Christmas. .. Detail
   


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