|Place of origin||Cuba|
|Region or state||Baracoa|
|Main ingredients||Coconut, sugar, orange, guava, pineapple|
Cucurucho is a local delicacy of the city of Baracoa in eastern Cuba. Wrapped in a cone-shaped palm leaf (hence the name: cucurucho - Spanish for cone or cornet), it is a mix of coconut, sugar and other ingredients such as orange, guava and pineapple.
- Cuban cuisine
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