|Place of origin||Brazil|
|Main ingredients||Coconut, condensed milk, egg yolk, plum, sugar|
|Cookbook: Olho-de-sogra Media: Olho-de-sogra|
Olho de sogra (Mother-in-law's eye in Portuguese) is a Brazilian candy, consisting of a beijinho candy inside a dried plum (though some recipes include egg yolk). The final mix is rolled over crystal sugar. The name comes from the shape of the candy, which resembles an eye.
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