10 unusual desserts from around the world
Cooks all over the world are constantly experimenting with different flavors and presentation of their dishes. They are expanding the boundaries of what used to be called dessert, use a scientific approach and try to surprise us with a new unexpected taste. Here are 10 unusual and strange desserts that may surprise you.
1. Ice cream with liquid nitrogen, Philippines
Food for astronauts have long been prepared with the help of ultra-fast freezing, but not all restaurants dare to apply the technology of molecular gastronomy. For example in one of the restaurants in Manila cooked cream "Nitro". Thus taking fresh cream and frozen rapidly before their visitors with liquid nitrogen. Here you can try ice cream with unusual flavors such as lavender, rose, osmanthus and even "bacon and eggs".
2. Pignata dark chocolate, Chicago, USA
When ordering this dessert in Chicago Alinea restaurant, you can prepare for this presentation. Waiter directly on the table draws intricate patterns with red cranberry syrup and yellow of butternut squash sauce, followed by evaporated sauce of sweet beer. Completes all this action is breaking up the big chocolate balls the size of bowling balls that are filled with cotton candy, dried sweet biscuits, ice cream and other surprises.
3. "Cherpumple" Cake, Los Angeles, USA
This dessert was invented in 2009 by the American humorist, who decided to hoist the three classic American pie: apple, cherry and pumpkin at each other, cementing them together cream cheese glaze. Then all the pies are baked within a vast spice cake. A piece of the cake you can immediately add 1,800 calories.
4. Sultan's Golden Cake, Istanbul, Turkey
The five-star luxury hotel Ciragan Palace in Istanbul offers visitors an exclusive dessert, for cooking which takes 72 hours. Pre dessert of fig, apricot, pear and quince marinated in Jamaican rum for 2 years and then added rare vanilla French Polynesia, sprinkled caramelized black truffles and cover cake edible gold flakes 24-carat. Sam cake is served in a silver box with a gold seal.
5. The deep fried candy, Scotland
The idea of frying candy originated in Scotland, when someone decided to fry Mars bar. Since candy fried became a popular snack in restaurants and fast food are often served with fries. This dish can be cooked at home, dipped its batter and deep fried down. However, for those who follow the figure, this is a real treat "calorie bomb".
6. Green dysentery, Taiwan
In Taipei, Taiwan's capital, you can find a lot of exotic venues. In one of them in the restaurant "Modern Toilet" (Modern toilet), all meals are served in bowls as a toilet, and a dessert in the form of excrement really fits there. In fact, these ingredients of dishes are absolutely normal. If you are not afraid of titles, you can order a "Green dysentery" - based ice cream dessert with kiwi or variant with the "blood", colored with strawberry sauce sauce.
7. Dessert "English breakfast", Ireland
If you visit Dublin, you can order a unusual dessert popular local chef Vicki MacDonald (Vicky McDonald), who looks like a real English breakfast with scrambled eggs, sausage, baked beans and bacon.
In fact, all the ingredients are sweet. Sausage made of sponge cake with peanut butter, beans, biscuit and white chocolate floating in orange and strawberry puree and eggs - it is nothing like pannakota with lemon fondant.
8. Dessert "Ais Kacang", Malaysia and Singapore
In Malaysia and Singapore is quite popular dessert that is a mixture of ice chips, flavored with red beans, corn, green jelly and condensed milk, which gives it a very colorful appearance. The basis of this dessert are always shaved ice and red beans and other ingredients vary from palm seeds, smelly durian fruit to red gelatin.
9. Milk devil's cake, Los Angeles, USA
Cake "Three milk" - is a classic dessert from three types of milk, which is very popular in Latin America. However, in the Los Angeles restaurant Chego decided to give the dish a little sharpness. To this mixture was poured onto a biscuit of condensed milk, flavored with cinnamon and burning cayenne pepper, tapioca pudding added roasted nuts and spicy peanuts.
10. Dessert of chicken breast, Turkey
A traditional Turkish dessert called "Tavuk Göğsü" made from chicken breast, though you can hardly feel it. Carefully chopped chicken breast with a mixture of sweetened rice, milk, sugar, flour and butter, and then sprinkle generously with cinnamon and almonds. During the Ottoman Empire, a dish in the form of a pudding served as dessert in the Turkish sultans Topkapi Palace.