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Try this Mexican Hot Chocolate recipe, or contribute your own. "Chocolate" and "Mexican" are two tags used to describe Mexican Hot Chocolate.
"This is wonderful when it's cold out. We use Abuelita chocolate and 1% milk. "- promfh
Recipe By : Too Hot Tamales Show #THSP01 Bring 1 cup of the milk or water to a boil and add chocolate pieces. Cook over medium heat while stirring until chocolate is completely melted. Add remaining water or milk and heat to almost boiling. Remove from heat and whisk briskly until foamy. Serve immediately. *Note: Mexican hot chocolate is made with water or milk depending on the richness you desire. Ibarra or Abuelita brands are widely available and Gazella (made in the U.S.) is delightful. Gazella Mexican Chocolate, 3200 Corte Malpaso, No. 108, Camarillo, CA, 93012, (805) 4457744. Yield: 2 servings Oaxaca, Days Of Mescal And Roses Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #615 by Peggy Morgan <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 97
Ellabinder 3 years agoI tryed this in spainish class when I was younger. It was ok but I think it would be better with milk useing water made it taste different.
Andytroyer 4 years agoThis isn't a recipe!
tlp 5 years agoThis is a recipe? A chocolate tablet and water/milk? This is more like a product label WITHOUT the directions. How about this instead: Buy your favorite hot chocolate in a packet and add to hot water. Psshht.
promfh 8 years agoThis is wonderful when it's cold out. We use Abuelita chocolate and 1% milk.