Desserts Beyond Borders!
The Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, two of the largest countries in South Asia. The two countries share much of their common histories, culture, languages, and religion; yet the diplomatic relations between the two are defined by numerous military conflicts and territorial disputes.
But these desserts are much popular in both countries :
Gulab Jamun is a popular Indian and Pakistani dessert, made of a dough consisting mainly of milk solids, in a sugar syrup flavored with cardamom seeds and rosewater or saffron.
Kheer is a traditional Indian and Pakistani dish, a rice pudding typically made by boiling rice with milk and sugar. It is often flavored with cardamom and pistachios.
3.Ras Malai :
Ras Malai is a sweet dish found in the Indian subcontinent consisting of sugary, cream to yellow-colored balls of cottage or ricotta cheese soaked in sweetened, thickened, creamy milk. The milk is flavoured with pistachios, saffron, and rosewater.
Burfi is an Indian sweet that also very popular in Pakistan. Plain barfi is made from condensed milk, cooked with sugar until it solidifies. Other varieties include besan barfi, made with besan (gram flour), and pista barfi, which is a milk barfi containing ground pistachio nuts.Barfi is often flavoured with cashew, mango, pistachio and spices
Rasgulla is a very popular dessert from India and Pakistan consisting of balls of unripened cheese or cottage cheese soaked in a sugary syrup.