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Why I love Mexican sweets

Author: Mari Ava
by Mari Ava
Posted: May 29, 2022

If you're like the other millions of people with a sweet tooth, then keep reading because I am going to talk about "sweet things" in this post. Specifically about Mexican desserts.

Mexican food is popular for its blazing and fiery dishes. However, do you have any idea what Mexican treats are? They're similarly pretty much as delicious as their exquisite partners and arrive in a wide scope of flavors, from authentic flan to most famous arroz con leche recipe, cakes, and that's only the tip of the iceberg.

On the off chance that you appreciate Mexican cooking, especially Mexican sweets, you ought to attempt the Mexican "tres leches" cake. When contrasted with different recipes, what recognizes this Mexican delicacy is its blend of pleasantness and softening. Its basically a sponge cake soaked with three different types of milk: While milk, evaporated milk, and condensed milk.

The development of Mexican desserts has been impacted significantly by history

Yet, before you dive into the extravagance, it's actually quite significant the underlying foundations of postres, as they are called in Spanish. Desserts have been around in Mexico for quite a while. For millennia, Mexicans created sweets out of anything fixings they might find: natural products, chocolate, honey, nuts, coconut, and milk.

At the point when the Spaniards showed up in Mexico, they carried with them new fixings, like oil, and new cooking techniques. The combination of native and Spanish impacts has brought about the improvement of an unmistakable line of treats with nuanced flavor profiles, including sweet-exquisite and sweet-hot blends. You can attempt some, as peanut candy, a classic dessert that have its roots in Europe.

What is the most notable Mexican sweet?

Mexican food is special in that it is both rich and various. There are various Mexican pastry recipes to look over. Notwithstanding the previously mentioned orange stew chocolate treats, velvety caramel flan, and Mexican arroz con leche, the accompanying can be referenced:

Cakes: Pink cake (cortadillos), cocadas (Mexican coconut desserts) and ice box cakes such as carlota de limón.

And let's not forget about paletas, which are Mexican ice pops very popular in the country. But I will leave that topic for later, if you're interested, stay tuned because that will be an interesting content!

Now, please tell me. What is your favorite Mexican sweet treat?

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I love cooking, eating, and learning from other cultures' gastronomy.

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