Top 10 Asian Desserts

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Tempting desserts could be found all over the world, but there are sweet treats that can only be found in Asian countries.

When we talk about Asian desserts, it’s not just about mangoes, coconuts and glutinous rice balls. Though it’s more of that, frankly speaking. Asian desserts are completely a mix of satisfaction and longing. These top Asian desserts will surely satisfy your sweet tooth’s craving and certainly be something you’ll long for.

Buko Pie

Asia is the home for million coconut trees. Coconuts are everywhere. They are very much loved and used in almost all aspects of living, including food. Buko Pie is a popular Asian dessert made of young coconuts. Take a bite and you’ll understand why many people love coconuts.

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Egg Custard Tarts

The ever famous Egg tarts from Hong Kong is truly a piece of heaven. Locals and travelers would always take a bite of the delicious egg custard tart and end up forcing themselves to stop because of its irresistible taste.

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Ichigo Daifuku

A classic Japanese dessert is ultimately as good as it looks. Glutinous cake + whole strawberry + red bean paste, a perfect combination. For sure, you will delve into these sweet delights for a couple of times.

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Kuih

A must-try dessert in Singapore and Malaysia is Kuih. It is a combination of gula melaka, pandan and the ever popular, coconut. Everything about Kuih is just so special, so don’t miss to pop this bite-sized dessert into your mouth.

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Halo-Halo

A best treat for the scorching summer heat. Halo-Halo is a popular cold dessert in the Philippines. It is a mixture of shaved ice, fruits, sweet beans, ice cream and evaporated milk. This will surely satisfy your sweet tooth and sweltering throat.

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Khao Niao Mamuang

Asia has been recognized for coconuts, mangoes and sticky rice. And this very famous Thai dessert, Khao Niao Mamuang, is just the perfect representation of Asian dessert. It is a combination of sweet coconut sticky rice and mango. What more could you ask for?

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Banh Chuoi Hap

Asia is also abundant in bananas and in the country of Vietnam, bananas are baked into perfection. This yummy Viet banana cake is usually served with creamy coconut paste. A perfect delicacy for all travelers out there

Turon                                                      

A unique dessert made of banana and jackfruit. Turon is a specialty in the Philippines’ stretched out in the local streets and classy restaurants. Munch it directly or dip the hot Turon in an ice cream for a more satisfying taste!

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Tang Yuan

Tang Yuan is a sweet delight that originated from China and is now a recognized dessert in its neighboring countries. It is made of ginger soup and then topped with glutinous rice balls and black sesame paste.

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Kauthomp

 Sticky rice will never go out of style in every Asian dessert. In the country of Laos, sticky rice is combined with banana to have a dessert called Kauthomp. Kauthomp is a common street dessert that could make your tummy happy. It is also served in different countries like Thailand and Myanmar.

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