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In Burma, paratha is commonly eaten as a dessert, sprinkled with sugar.

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Shwe gyi mont - Hardened semolina (wheat) porridge cake with poppy seeds, sugar, butter, coconut.

Burmese Nan ka htaing - Kind of Indian cake made of flour, sugar and butter.

Burmese Mont Sein Paung (steamed rice cake), and Mont leik pyar (hin rice dough skins with a centre filled with jaggery and coconut, and folded in squares).

Burmese Pashu mont (similar to Malay Kuih) Confection of roasted glutinous rice flour mixed with sugar and coconut shreds.

Htamanè - Burmese savory dessert made from glutinous rice, fried shredded coconuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, oil.

Burmese Wrapped Bananas (Kauknyintok). Bananas steamed in a banana leaf with coconut cream and sesame seeds.

Thagu-Pyin (palm sugar sago) is a light and delicious dessert to end a good Burmese meal.

IIMS - Asean - Myanmar: Myanmar - Palm Sugar Sago (Thagu-Pyin)

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htaw hbut dhi yea kare mot - The literal translation for avocado in Burmese is butter fruit. Avocados always remind me of a treat we used to eat in Burma and one that I particularly enjoy, an avocado shake. It was simply made with a ripe avocado, milk, a little condensed milk and sugar, resulting in a rich frothy drink. I have adapted this recipe into an ice cream which can be served as a dessert or a treat any time of day.