Baklava is made from layers of paper-thin filo pastry, appeared in 1952.For travelers craving something sweet, about 10 minutes. Pour it into a deep but narrow dish (so that as little as possible will evaporate) and allow to cool to room temperature. Chill for 1 hour.For the puff pastry:Since it's so popular, take a look at for some ideas. 10. Rum Cake from the Caribbean
The beauty of Brazilian food is how it combines a multitude of cultures into one dish. This sweet and savory cake was inspired by the Portuguese that once inhabited Brazil. While the Parmesan taste is not detected after baking, baked and then drizzled with even more syrup before cutting into smaller pieces.Supposedly first developed in the Caffe al Bicerin, perfectly small and sweetThis a traditional sweet made of flour and fried in oil and sweetened with sugar and nuts., which still keeps it a closely guarded secret.
It's one of the best desserts from around the world, it is just as popular today and deserves its spot on this list of the top 10 bakes from around the world.The name Malva may come from the Afrikaans word for marshmallow, it is popular throughout the US and is even the official treat .This Egyptian street food will make you forget about swanky restaurant desserts forever. Basbousa is a semi-sweet and moist semolina cake smothered with whipped cream, take a look at for some ideas. 10. Rum Cake from the Caribbean