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Sweets and deserts/cakes etc

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for example:

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Gulaab Janum, indian sweet

jus had one, maaaad sweet but delicious

baclava

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turkish, pistacio dessert, delicious

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gizzada

post your favourites...

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Always see those Indian sweet shops that have the maddest sh*t in them

I'll stick to Haribo

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Never been a fan of greek/turkish/indian deserts.

british cakes & puddings>>>>

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crackas have puddings LOCKED DOWN.

not even a contest bt gulaaab jamman does go very hard indeed,

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alright lets include british deserts

may aswell

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lol topic flopped quickly so it had to be diverted

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didn't think baklava was turkish, i swear they eat that in every middle eastern coutnry? it's too sweet for me anyway, i have like one bite and feel sick

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I GUESS

gulaab janum doesnt seem to be exclusive to India either

any eastern european deserts worth mentioning?

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turkish deserts are too sweet

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didn't think baklava was turkish, i swear they eat that in every middle eastern coutnry? it's too sweet for me anyway, i have like one bite and feel sick

I'm suprised the sour taste left from communism doesnt help counter act

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hot Toto pudding with cream and honey is me

most sponge puddings with cream and honey gets me

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kulfi, i love mango

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whats in that indian ball?

always see shops on brick lane selling them.

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lol at ashman vid where hes walking down brick lane, then china town singing "Im white"

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went to one of those Turkish shops, may not have been Turkish but ill still say Turkish.

didnt know what the f*ck was on display so i told bossman to show me sutin nice [][]

took one bite and the thing tasted like AIDS, never randomly bought sweets i dont know about since then

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Baklawa is middle eastern.

But yea in algeria we got baklawa, zlebia, koulbilouz and some next type of small cake for weddings. All too sweet, prefer a donut tbh.

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Kashata

wonderful peanut cookie like things, great with tea or milk

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whats in that indian ball?

always see shops on brick lane selling them.

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lol at ashman vid where hes walking down brick lane, then china town singing "Im white"

the one i had the ingredients says semolina, baking soda, and i think buckets of sugar

and its in a corn syrup, which is madd sweet too

it taste like hot sweet ricepudding in a ball

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that kashata looks like it could be like peanut brittle,

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where is jalabi from? theres an indian sweet that looks like that but bigger, not shiney and actually crispy and oily tho, again very very sweet

cant remember what its called. some girl made them for our 6th form world fair

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baclava

witha glass of milk

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middle eastern thing

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i think all western africans have is puff puff/kelewele etc

iced keney>>>>>

n that drink u make with gari if u wna count them two

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Went Holland..Stropwaafels

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OH. DEAR. GAWD.

Even the rebore ones found here are addictive. Usually found in ur local Marli shop though.

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Few Somali treats

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Gashaato or Qumbo(e) which litreally translates to coconut

this is sweet cocnut slices

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Xalwo, sweet sticky kind of like jelly, the ones with nuts taste better, very chewy

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Shushumoow, could'nt find a good pic but these are usually made spiral instead of circle like above

sugar coated biscuits which are also crunchy

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