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Asian Desserts

Looking for Asian desserts? Find Asian desserts including Asian cookies, Asian pies, and more Asian dessert recipes.

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Chewy Almond Cookies

Chewy Almond Cookies

Chewy Almond Cookies

These old-fashioned cookies are often requested by my children and grandchildren.—Betty Speth, Vincennes, Indiana

Fluffy Pineapple Pie

Fluffy Pineapple Pie

Fluffy Pineapple Pie

Refreshing pineapple bits add tropical flair to this fluffy dessert from Ozela Haynes of Emerson, Arkansas. "It is very light, and it isn't overly sweet," she comments. "Plus it's easy to make."

Fortune Cookies

Fortune Cookies

Fortune Cookies

Our Test Kitchen staff came up with these sweet Valentine treats. Tuck a written sentiment inside...and share the tasty homemade fortune cookies with your loved ones on that special day.

Strawberries with Crisp Wontons

Strawberries with Crisp Wontons

Strawberries with Crisp Wontons

Five-spice powder and crisp sugar-dusted wontons lend an Asian flair to this refreshing dessert from our Test Kitchen staff. The sweet juicy berries paired with a spicy topping bring an elegant ending to any summer meal.

Tropical Turnovers

Tropical Turnovers

Tropical Turnovers

Friends and family won't be able to stop nibbling on these tasty turnovers. Our home economists tuck a fruity filling inside tender pastry pockets.

Caroling Fortune Cookies

Caroling Fortune Cookies

Caroling Fortune Cookies

Darlene Markel's devised a lucky way to greet the season—with her holiday fortune cookies! "I make regular fortune cookies, then tuck yuletide wishes inside. They make a fun dessert for a Christmas party," she pens from Sublimity, Oregon.

Good Fortune & Cheer Cookies

Good Fortune & Cheer Cookies

Good Fortune & Cheer Cookies

You'll love stuffing Christmas greetings and well wishes into these fun homemade cookies—and your family and friends will love receiving them! —Beverly Preston, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Almond Ginger Cookies

Almond Ginger Cookies

Almond Ginger Cookies

Think outside the box this season and enjoy these traditional Chinese cookies paired with a memorable tale of young love. In his book Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, author Jamie Ford introduces us to a Chinese boy and Japanese girl unfolding the mysteries of love and life in the 1940s.—

Chai Rice Pudding

Chai Rice Pudding

Chai Rice Pudding

Chai refers to tea cooked in warm milk and flavored with spices such as cardamom, ginger and cinnamon. These same flavors are a wonderful addition to old-fashioned rice pudding.

Green Tea Cheesecake Tarts

Green Tea Cheesecake Tarts

Green Tea Cheesecake Tarts

We all can use a yummy and easy recipe every once in a while, especially around the busy holiday seasons. Not to mention these cheesecake tarlets are no-bake and super delicious!—Amy Tong, Anaheim, California

Tropical Stuffed Pears

Tropical Stuffed Pears

Tropical Stuffed Pears

Deborah Reno of Central City, Kentucky fills pear halves with a sweet and creamy concoction of pineapple, coconut and pecans. "This tempting dessert is special enough for guests but so easy to make. You can serve it after a quick lunch or dinner," she says.
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