morro, sesame, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla
In El Salvador, horchata is typically flavored with Morro (Calabash tree) seed, ground cocoa and cinnamon as well as sesame seeds, and in some cases is strained; this style is served in Salvadoran restaurants, particularly in the Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. metro areas.
Created Oct. 29, 2015 by: itisclaudio
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