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Some delicious desserts in Asia

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1 Some delicious desserts in Asia on Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:13 pm

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From Kunming's deep fried sweet ham rolls with condensed milk to the
Philippines' Tocino del cielo, these 10 desserts are sure to please and
widen the waistline
By La Carmina
Deep fried sweet ham rolls with condensed milk.This
dessert from an experimental Chinese restaurant is a triple-threat:
slices of fatty ham, rolled in sugary dough and deep fried, then soaked
in condensed milk. I bet you can feel your cholesterol rise with every
bite.


Shanghai, China: Deep fried red bean pancake
A fried red bean pancake is always an indulgence, but this version could
pass for an oilcloth. Sifu writes: “It was like eating raw dough
brushed with a thin layer of equally oily red bean paste (that’s how
greasy it was -- almost as if it were given a ladle of oil to finish).”



India: Jalebi
Indian candy-makers deep-fry a coil of fermented batter and then soak it in syrup until it gleams. Delicious and disgusting.





India: Gulab jamun
Globs of fried double-cream dough, floating in a vat of flavored syrup …
how many do you think you could swallow before keeling over?





Phillippines: Tocino del cielo
The literal translation of tocino del cielo is “heavenly bacon” or “lard
from heaven” -- possibly because it could be your last meal. The
flan-like dessert made from a kilo of sugar and 25 egg yolks.






Phillipines: Triflan
A toxic triflan cake from a Filipino grocery store. Made with cassava, coconut milk and far too much yellow food coloring.







Thailand: Deep fried bananas
Bananas are a healthy snack, unless they’re soaked in batter and deep
fried. Unfortunately, there are vendors all over Thailand and the smell
is hard to resist.



Myanmar: Faluda
Faluda is a popular summer drink in the Indian subcontinent. It’s a
slush of ice cream, tutti frutti, basil seeds and whatever sugary
additives are on hand. You don’t want to know how many calories are in
each sip.



China: Deep fried glazed buns with condensed milkThese
shiny lumps of Plasticine were once plain Chinese buns. Deep frying and
glazing has brought them to this artery-clogging state. Now pass the
condensed milk dipping sauce.

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