9 Mouth-Watering Pictures Of Pakistani Desserts

Posted by Editorial Staff in Food On 22nd July 2016
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There is no doubt that Pakistanis have a major sweet tooth. We eat our unique desserts quite literally every chance we get.

Whether it's a family wedding, Eid, or any other celebration, many varieties of traditional confectionery can be found in abundance. While some are milk based, others are full of nuts; some are eaten hot and others cold. The rich flavours of our desserts transcend borders and are devoured around the world.

Here we look at 9 crave-worthy Pakistani desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings.

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Pakistani desserts Authentic Firni is captured in this photograph.

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Pakistani desserts Gajjar ka halwa is a traditional Pakistani sweet dish, loved by almost everyone.

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Pakistani desserts Qubani ka meetha, a specialty in Karachi, is made from dried apricots and is often served at Hyderabadi weddings.

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Pakistani desserts Kheer, or Rice Pudding, is a popular Pakistani dessert served traditionally in clay pots. It is made with rice and milk.

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Pakistani desserts Barfi is a traditional Pakistani dessert made using semolina, butter and sugar.

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Pakistani desserts Kheer, also known as rice pudding is made by boiling rice, broken wheat, tapioca, or vermicelli with milk and sugar; it is flavoured with cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashews, pistachios or almonds.

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Pakistani desserts Fresh jalebis are being prepared in this photograph.

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Pakistani desserts Halwa is a popular Pakistani dessert prepared using grain flour, butter, milk and sugar.

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Pakistani desserts Fresh jalebi is prepared in Lahore. The traditional dessert is made by deep-frying a wheat flour batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup and served.