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Description: Liquor made with milk and/or water and masa harina (cornflour (US: corn starch) treated with lime) and boiled to make a kind of thin breakfast porridge. It can be sweetened with honey or sugar and flavoured with cinnamon, walnuts and coconut or fruit. It can be served either hot or cold.
Ethnicity: Latin American, Mexican, Spanish
Most frequent country: Latin America, Mexico, Spain
See places: Spanish food and cuisine, Mexican food and cuisine
See foods and dishes: atole de arroz, champurrado, masa harina