|Main ingredient(s)||Corn flour, butter or margarine, eggs, cheese, sugar, leavening agent|
Almojábana is a type of bread made with cuajada cheese and corn flour. It is typical of some South American countries and is a staple in Panama and Colombia, where it is sold in most bakeries. Versions are also eaten in Puerto Rico and Spain, especially at festivals.
The name almojábana comes from the Arabic word “almugábbana” which means a “mix made with cheese”.
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