Nicuatole

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Nicuatole
Course Dessert
Place of origin Mexico
Region or state Oaxaca
Main ingredients Ground maize, sugar

Nicuatole is a pre-Columbian gelatinous dessert made from ground maize and sugar, traditional in Oaxaca, Mexico.[1][2][3] It may be flavored with coconut, pineapple, milk, mango and other seasonal fruits.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Giovanna Martínez (3 August 2017), "Nicuatole, postre prehispánico preparado por mujeres zapotecas de Oaxaca", Noticias - Voz e Imagen de Oaxaca (in Spanish), retrieved 13 November 2017 
  2. ^ Abdiel Velasco Escudero (30 July 2017), "Vive la Feria del Nicuatole y el Maíz en Yatareni, Oaxaca", Noticias - Voz e Imagen de Oaxaca (in Spanish), retrieved 13 November 2017 
  3. ^ Carol Deptolla (13 May 2016), "Regional Mexican dishes at Restaurante Juquilita", Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, retrieved 13 November 2017 

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