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Besan Laddu

Submitted by: Chantal Perez 
Living In: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Chickpea flour, pistachios, and cashews make a delicious Indian sweet, commonly gifted during celebrations like Diwali. 
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Besan Laddu

Submitted by: SUSMITA 
Living In: Seattle, Washington, USA
Chickpea flour, confectioners' sugar, cardamom, and clarified butter are the only ingredients you'll need to make this quick and tasty Indian treat. 
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Fantasy Divinity

Submitted by: HONEYBEEMELISSA 
This recipe is fast and easy and taste better than from the bakery. I struggled for years trying to make divinity and had almost given up when I found this recipe from an old family cookbook. 
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Basboosa

Submitted by: Lubna 
This is a traditional Middle Eastern dessert made with semolina and yogurt, then soaked in a rose water syrup. I got this recipe from my sister-in-law. 
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Sweet Rice (Zarda)

Submitted by: Shazia Ahmed 
Rice is cooked with cardamom and orange food color, then combined with sugar, raisins, walnuts, almonds, orange zest and cream in this warm Pakistani dessert. 
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Butter Mints

Submitted by: KKATT82 
Home Town: Gainesville, Florida, USA
Living In: College Park, Maryland, USA
These heavenly nuggets are out of this world! Always a huge hit with everyone who tries them! 
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Portuguese Burnt Sugar Candy

Submitted by: John Pacheco 
Sweet, tart candies that are usually made around the holidays - especially at Christmas 
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Date Roll Candy

Submitted by: bluebayou 
This is an easy to make and delicious candy that is a little different than any other. 
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My Dad's Candy

Submitted by: SASSIE48 
This is a delicious chewy candy with a hint of peanut butter. My Dad liked to add a few drops of maple extract to his now and then. Simply awesome! I promise you your family will love you for making this and BEG you to make this more often! 
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Kesari Bhat

Submitted by: RADHIKA GHATAGE 
Living In: Bangalore, Karnataka, India
This is a traditional Indian sweet of saffron and semolina is prepared all over India. It is the standard offering to God, that is cooked as 'prasad' after a 'Pooja'. This recipe is made using 1 1/4 of any measure (instead of one) by Hindus as they believe using the extra measure will usher in prosperity and happiness. 
 
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