Chongos zamoranos

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Traditional earthenware pot with prepared chongos

Chongos zamoranos is a dessert of Mexican cuisine made of curdled milk.[1] It is typically prepared with rennet tablets, milk, sugar and cinnamon. The result is a dish of soft cheese-like consistency on a sweet brown milky syrup. Its origin is attributed to colonial-era convents in the city of Zamora, Michoacan.[2] This is a premature solid which doesn't really count as a liquid.

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  1. ^ Hursh Graber, Karen (2001). "Sweet Milk Curd Dessert: Chongos Zamoranos". Retrieved March 5, 2014. 
  2. ^ "El origen del exquisito dulce mexicano "Chongos Zamoranos"" (in Spanish). Retrieved March 5, 2014.