The world has seven continents, and one ninety-five counties in total. Among these, there are uncountable numbers of communities spread across the globe. But, even after being divided by cultures, communities, and languages; each country shares a unique bond with one another. The bond of “food”, to be precisely correct the universal bond of desserts and sweet dishes. That is widely available at the wedding venue or restaurant.
Cheesecake- United States of America
Cheesecake is a sweet dessert consisting of one or more layers and is usually sweetened with sugar and flavoured in many different ways. It is one of the most favourable desserts at any wedding venue. It may be flavoured by adding vanilla, spices, lemon, chocolate, pumpkin, etc for the taste and visual appeal as well.
One of the most famous Bengali sweets, rosogolla is a soft round mithai made out of chenna and dipped into a sugar syrupy. It is the most famous dessert in Kolkata where the caterers serve this, be it any restaurants or any wedding venue. With this dessert, it is usually difficult to stop after devouring only one.
Mochi is a confection made from Japanese mochi with an ice cream filling. The ice cream flavors the confection while the mochi adds sweetness and texture. It is a very popular dessert around the world and is served in most of the wedding venues.
Generally, the flavors used are vanilla chocolate and strawberry.
Gulab jamun- India
Gulab Jamun is a milk-solid based sweet from the Indian subcontinent popular in India. It is a dessert often eaten at festivals, birthdays, or major celebrations such as marriages served by caterers in wedding venues. Also, this dessert is famous during Diwali where wide varieties of gulab jamuns are prepared with distinct taste and appearance.
Sweet red Bean Soup- China
Sweet red bean soup is a popular Chinese dessert. A red bean soup made from rock sugar, sun-dried tangerine peels, and lotus seeds is commonly served as a dessert at the end in any wedding venue or restaurant. It is often served cold during summer and hot during winter.
Halva- Middle Eastern
Halva is a dense, sweet confection originating in the Middle East. This dish is usually made from tahini or other nut butter such as sunflower seed butter. It is one of the most famous desserts served by catering services in any restaurant or wedding venue in the Middle Eastern parts and around the world.
Pavlova is a meringue dessert with a crisp crust usually topped with fruit and whipped cream. It is a very popular dish and an important part of the national cuisine of both Australia and New Zealand. This dessert is also served on grand occasions such as weddings or any parties.
Crème brûlée- France
Creme brulee also known as burned cream is a dessert consisting of a rich custard base topped with a texturally contrasting layer of hardened caramelized sugar. In many wedding venues, it is traditionally flavored with vanilla and is normally served slightly chilled. It is a very popular dessert in France and all over the world.
Panna Cotta- Italy
Panna Cotta is an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. This dessert is often served by caterers in restaurants and also at weddings.
The dish is often flavored and aromatized with coffee, vanilla, rum, and so on. It is often served with a coulis or berries.
Malva Pudding- Africa
Malva Pudding is a sweet pudding of South African origin. It contains apricot jam and has a spongy caramelized texture. It is one of the most famous desserts served in restaurants in Africa. A cream sauce is often poured over it while it is hot and is usually served hot with custard and or ice cream.
This is where the love for humanity stands strong and together, despite all the differences in and around the countries. At a wedding venue or a restaurant, these delicacies are baked and cooked for almost all the people around the globe.