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|Preparation||Mix sugar and milk and stir until all the sugar has dissolved. Refrigerate until very cold. Add the ice to the milk and stir. Slowly pour the orange juice in the milk, stirring constantly. Serve immediately.|
Morir soñando (die dreaming) is a popular beverage of the Dominican Republic which has made its way to other Caribbean and Latin American countries, usually made of orange juice, milk, cane sugar, and chopped ice. Sometimes vanilla extract is also added, or evaporated milk is used instead of regular milk. The recipe varies greatly depending on the region and family heritage. American observers have described the drink as resembling a Creamsicle.
- Clara R. Gonzalez (December 2005). 100 Traditional Dominican Recipes. Lulu.com. pp. 54–. ISBN 978-1-4116-6312-1. Retrieved 2 June 2013.
- Sherri Eisenberg (4 May 2010). Food Lovers' Guide to Brooklyn: Best Local Specialties, Markets, Recipes, Restaurants, and Events. Globe Pequot. pp. 171–. ISBN 978-0-7627-6332-0. Retrieved 2 June 2013.
- The New Yorker. New Yorker Magazine, Incorporated. June 2000. Retrieved 2 June 2013. - the morir sonando ("to die dreaming"), which combines milk, sugar, ice, and fresh -squeezed orange juice, tastes like a Creamsicle on a vitamin binge,
- Recipe at Dominicancooking.com
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