Almojábana

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Almojábana
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Type Bread
Main ingredients Corn flour, butter or margarine, eggs, cheese, sugar, leavening agent
Cookbook:Almojábana  Almojábana
A traditional breakfast in Bogotá and the surrounding region consisting of hot chocolate, cheese, and two kinds of bread: almojábana (on left) and pan de yuca on right

Almojábana is a type of bread made with cuajada cheese and corn flour.[1][2]

About[edit]

Almojábana is a small, bun-shaped bread with a tart flavor. In Cali and Valle de Cauca (around Cali) it is called pan de bono and are bagel-shaped instead of bun-shaped.[1]

Ingredients[edit]

Almojábanas is made with masarepa or pre-cooked white cornmeal, cottage cheese, butter, baking powder, salt, eggs and milk.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Porup, Jens (2009). Colombia (5th ed. ed.). Oakland, CA: Lonely Planet. ISBN 9781741048278. 
  2. ^ "Colombian Cheese Bread Almojabanas". Retrieved 20 April 2015. 

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