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Découvrez dans cette nouvelle édition 82 nouvelles recettes destinées aux régimes spéciaux, sans pour autant ôter le goût et le plaisir : cupcakes aériens au chocolat, myrtilles citron vert ; au bacon et aux oignons ; au pesto rouge… Après une introduction présentant les ustensiles et ingrédients de base, on se lance ! 500 recettes pour s’exercer et découvrir la diversité des cupcakes : salés, sucrés, aux fruits ou au chocolat, vous trouverez forcément celui qui vous convient. Jouez sur les textures : fondant, moelleux, coulant, crémeux… et surprenez avec des décorations étonnantes qui sont la véritable marque des cupcakes.

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Rajbhog – variant of kesar rasgulla stuffed inside with dry fruits and khoa from India. Laddu is often served on Indian festivals such as Raksha Bandhan and Diwali. The word « dessert » originated from the French word desservir, meaning « to clear the table. Its first known use was in 1600, in a health education manual entitled Naturall and artificial Directions for Health, written by William Vaughan. The word « dessert » is most commonly used for this course in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United States, while « pudding », « sweet », or more colloquially, « afters » are also used in the United Kingdom and some other Commonwealth countries, including Hong Kong and India. The spread of sugarcane from ancient India to the world. Some Indian confectionery desserts from hundreds of varieties.

In certain parts of India, these are called mithai or sweets. Sugar and desserts have a long history in India: by about 500 BCE, people in India had developed the technology to produce sugar crystals. Dried fruit and honey were probably the first sweeteners used in most of the world, but the spread of sugarcane around the world was essential to the development of dessert. Sugar and sugarcane were traded, making sugar available to Macedonia by 300 BCE and China by 600 CE. In the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East, and China, sugar has been a staple of cooking and desserts for over a thousand years. Herodotus mentions that, as opposed to the Greeks, the main Persian meal was simple, but they would eat many desserts afterwards. Europeans began to manufacture sugar in the Middle Ages, and more sweet desserts became available.

Even then sugar was so expensive usually only the wealthy could indulge on special occasions. The first apple pie recipe was published in 1381. Frozen foods, including desserts, became very popular starting in the 1920s when freezing emerged. These processed foods became a large part of diets in many industrialized nations. Many countries have desserts and foods distinctive to their nations or region.

Sweet desserts usually contain cane sugar, palm sugar, honey or some types of syrup such as molasses, maple syrup, treacle, or corn syrup. Sugars contribute moisture and tenderness to baked goods. Flour or starch components serves as a protein and gives the dessert structure. Fats contribute moisture and can enable the development of flaky layers in pastries and pie crusts. The dairy products in baked goods keep the desserts moist.