Delicious pastries and desserts from around the world

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Dutch oliebol (fried dough pastry): This is a traditional dessert in The Netherlands, especially on New Year's Eve. They say it is the precursor of the American doughnut.

Arroz con leche (rice with milk): This dish is part of the gastronomy of several countries. Asian traders took the rice to Europe and Africa.

Chicha morada: The 'Chicha morada' is a dessert made from corn, enjoyed in Peru since pre-colonial times. It includes fruit and is served with cinnamon sprinkled on top.

Crème brûlée: Crème brûlée is a cream with a crust of caramelized sugar. It can be flavored with vanilla, liquor, or other ingredients. 

Coconut and Pandan Agar: This is a tropical and exotic dessert from Thailand called Wun Gati Bai Tuey. It's prepared with coconut, Pandan, and Agar, which is a natural vegetable derived from seaweeds.

Sacher cake: This chocolate cake is a registered trademark of the Hotel Sacher in Vienna.

Blini: Blini is a traditional pancake from Slavic countries (Russia, Ukraine, Poland). It can be served with smoked fish. It is a food that originates in the time of pre-Christian peoples.

Cholado: Cholado is a typical fruit salad from the Cauca Valley in Colombia. It is prepared on a scraped ice base to which fruits and condensed milk are added.

Milhojas (thousand leaves): Milhojas has an uncertain origin but it is very popular in Spain and several Latin American countries. The milhoja consists of several layers of puff pastry.

Baklava: Baklava is a typical Turkish dessert made with honey and a paste of pistachios, nuts, or other dried fruit from the region.

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