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Islamabad, Pakistan - Sweets from United Bakery (need help labelling the sweet items)

klyeoh | Aug 12, 201411:27 PM     1

I'm hoping fellow Hounds can help me identify these Pakistani sweets which I got from United Bakery (Est. 1948). I have difficulty understanding the server who told me what each of the dessert is called. I believe they are quite common, and any Urdu or Punjabi speaker may not have difficulty identifying them. The desserts I got (pic below):

Top row (left to right):
- Motichoor Laddu (tastes quite different from Indian ones - United Bakery's version is less sweet, incorporated melon seeds, has a softer texture, and spiced differently)
- Sohan Papdi

Middle row (L to R)
- ?
- Gajar Halwa
- Pera (?)

Bottom row (L to R)
- ?
- Gulab Jamun
- ?

Thanks very much in advance!

Address
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United Bakery
F-6 Markaz, Super Market
Islamabad
Pakistan

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