Ukrainians prepare for Christmas and poppy seed pies honey cakes.
Each country has its traditional Christmas sweets.
For example, in Canada, popular candy “Chicken bones” cinnamon flavor, and in France — callison with almonds and candied fruit. Look at how look Christmas desserts in 22 countries around the world.
1. AUSTRALIA: Many Australians prefer light cake “Pavlova” — berry or dessert after Christmas dinner. Cake “Pavlova” is essentially a large meringue topped with fresh cream and berries.
2. AUSTRIA: a Small vanilla cookies Crescent-shaped Vanillekipferl decorates the Windows of bakeries and cuisine of Austria throughout the entire period of the celebration of Christmas and New year. It is similar to shortbread and contains vanilla and almonds.
3. BELGIUM: Speculaas is a thin crisp cookie that is usually baked for St. Nicholas Day in Belgium and the Netherlands. The cookies are made using complex wooden forms and tastes like gingerbread.
4. BRAZIL: Rabanada is the Brazilian version of French toast and is served during the celebration of Christmas. Instead of maple syrup Rabanada is served with syrup made from spiced port wine.
5. CANADA: Christmas in Canada often eat candy Chicken Bones (Chicken Bones) — the caramel cinnamon flavor and filled with bitter-sweet chocolate. Chicken Bones polarize canadian society — many either love them or hate them.
6. COLOMBIA: the Colombians are served A rice pudding Arroz con Leche for dessert during the Christmas celebration. Each family has its own recipe of preparing this dish, but typically it consists of milk, spices, raisins and rice.
7. CROATIA: During the Christmas and new year you will be able to find a bowl of Fritule (Fritule) in every Croatian house. Fritule are small doughnuts with rum, citrus zest and raisins, sprinkle with powdered sugar.
8. CZECH Republic: a Stroll through any Christmas market in Prague and you will see a place where they sell Trdelnik (Trdelnik). Traditional Czech delicacy made from strips of dough, baked, wrapped around a long cylinder, then roll them in the sugar, honey, poppy seeds, cinnamon and grated almonds, if desired.
9. ENGLAND: Figgy pudding, also known as plum pudding, and Christmas pudding is a classic English dessert for Christmas. It is a steamed pudding of dark colors with the addition of dried fruits, nuts and beef perirenal fat. Before serving a festive table, the pudding is heated and soaked with brandy or other alcoholic beverage while at the table plombires — ignited, the alcohol burn away, but the food gets its unique taste and aroma.
10. FRANCE: Calissons (Callison) is a smooth chewy candy made from almond pulp with melon candied fruit laid on the thinnest dough and topped with sugar-protein frosting.
11. GREECE: a Greek Christmas is not complete without a fresh portion Melomakarona (Melomakarona) — honey cookies with walnuts. These biscuits are prepared using ingredients common to Mediterranean cuisine — honey, olive oil and nuts.
12. GERMANY: Lebkuchen — soft gingerbread and honey cookies, the history of which dates back to 1300 years. Cookies are very spicy, but sweet thanks to honey and the top layer of glaze.
13. HUNGARY: Beigli — baked roll filled with walnut or poppy mass.
14. ICELAND: Icelandic Christmas bread Laufabrau — thin as a sheet. During the winter holidays and family get together to bake these crunchy thin cakes, decorated with patterns.
15. IRELAND: Fruit, syrup or alcohol, custard and sponge cake — all components of the dishes of Trifle, a favorite during winter holidays in Ireland. Trifle is often served as a lighter alternative to Christmas pudding.
16. ITALY: Italian cake Panettone means “big bread” and without him Christmas in Italy is unthinkable. Panettone can have a variety of different flavors, but traditionally this sweet bread with specks of candied orange, lemon peel and raisins.
17. JAMAICA: Christmas on the island would be complete without a slice of intoxicating Jamaican Christmas cake. There are a lot of rum and trail mix.
18. MEXICO: Donuts Buuelos can be found throughout Mexico and, like other dishes, they vary in taste depending on the region. In Oaxaca, where bunuelo is especially popular during Christmas celebration, they look like disks of fried dough sprinkled with sugar. But once the locals finish, bunuelo, they traditionally break a dish and make a wish.
19. NORWAY: Almond cake-Kransekake pyramid popular in Norway during all major holidays, including Christmas. The traditional Kransekake cake consists of 18 wreaths, the diameter of which gradually decreases as approaching to the top, decorated with miniature Norwegian flags.
20. POLAND: Kolaczki — Christmas cookies with jam, especially popular after a family dinner the night before Christmas, which in Poland is called “a flat-screen TV”.
21. SPAIN: IN the weeks before Christmas Spanish supermarkets overflowing with different types of Turrn, Spanish nougat, especially popular during the winter holidays. There are two types Turrn: Turrn de Alicante (hard nougat) and di Turrn jijona (soft variety).
22. SWEDEN: Christmas celebrations in Sweden begin with the feast of St. Lucia, which are required to prepare an S-shaped Lussekatt pastry. She has a very beautiful Golden yellow color due to the added to the batter saffron.
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