Just recently I was with friends in a Thai restaurant, which in addition to wonderful Pad Thai and delicious Pad See Ew a great selection Asian desserts has offered. And since I need something sweet after such a hearty dish, I didn’t allow myself to be ripped off and ordered a nice portion of sticky rice. Oh, that was fantastic! Some love the sticky, sugar-sweet pampe – others can’t understand the hype. I am definitely one of the advocates of sticky rice creations. I don’t want to miss the fruity mango on top, because it rounds off the Asian dessert evergreen.
Our food bloggers have traveled to many places around the world. From Thailand over If up to Japan – The Asian countries have done it to them. No wonder that one or the other recipe was packed in the suitcase on the way home. Good luck to you! Because today there is 7 Asian dessert creationsthat curb your craving for desserts. Crème brûlée and New York Cheesecake suddenly look pretty boring!
Peanut ice cream with banana and chocolate sauce
You can’t say “peanut butter” without making your mouth water. The creamy-nutty happiness paste is the reason why we adore peanut ice cream. Vera goes one step further: she tops her homemade ice cream with sugar-sweet chocolate sauce, bananas, creamy cream and crispy fortune cookies. To the recipe
Drift cake: Vietnamese sticky rice balls
This is street food straight from Vietnam: sticky rice balls with two fillings! Sabrina and Steffen are big fans of Asian desserts anyway, but for this sweet sin they would love to take the next plane to the Far East directly. It is good that the two have an easier alternative: they simply make the terrific sticky rice balls themselves and fill them with creamy peanut butter and heavenly coconut banana. To the recipe
Mango cream dessert
Sometimes it only takes 5 ingredients to complete a multi-course dinner. Anne swears by the heavenly combination of fruity-sweet mango and fresh cream. A piece of chocolate cake is competing so quickly. A lot of effort and a long list of ingredients are out of place here. To the recipe
Coconut yogurt with caramelized pineapple and ginger ragout
There will always be those moments when we ask ourselves: “A dessert is still possible, right?” No matter whether in the Asian restaurant of trust or at the dining table at home – after a hearty meal, there may also be something sweet. With Christina and Stefan the coconut dream comes in the bowls! Loose coconut yogurt is combined with caramelized pineapple and ginger ragout. To the recipe
Japanese matcha cake
Bake, bake cakes – or rather: Japanese matcha cakes. White chocolate and everything else you need for an ingenious basic cake come with the wonderful green tea powder. So Jessica not only brings color to her Asian dessert, but also full taste. To the recipe
Bake yourself happy!
With the Food processor Karla you conjure up sensational cakes, tarts and Co. every day. From stirring, kneading to whipping – thanks 800 watt motor and 8 levels of stirring power every challenge becomes easy.
Sticky rice with mango
Most important rule for sticky rice? It has to be cooked in coconut milk – there is no way around it. This is the only way to get the traditional dessert close to the Thai original. Michaela has already been to Thailand and loves Thai food more than anything. No wonder that sensational sticky rice with fresh mango is your all-time favorite. To the recipe
The extra-fluffy colleagues from sweet American pancakes and classic pancakes are ready to hop into the pan. We present: Japanese pancakes. These wonderful little clouds have long been a part of our pancake heart. Cheers to whipped egg whites! To the recipe
If you’re really into fluffy pancakes, it’s time to take on Japanese pancakes. Use a piping bag to put the dough in the pan – cover it and bake on low heat. With a little patience, your pancakes will be a hit!
Frying pan set by Tim Mälzer by Springlane
Nothing works in the kitchen without a good pan! With the Teflon-coated stainless steel frying pan by Tim Mälzer by Springlane you can sizzle what you want. The Tri-ply multilayer material distributes the heat optimally to the edge of the pan and Teflon ™ Platinum Plus ensures that nothing comes on when roasting.