Mote Pillo


corn, eggs, milk, annatto, green onions, garlic, cumin

Mote pillo is one of the most typical dishes from Cuenca, the Azuay province and the whole southern highlands in Ecuador where the cooked corn grains are wrapped in delicately cooked eggs with a touch of milk and is eaten on its own as a breakfast dish, or as a side dish for meat. It is imperative that the consistency of the dish remains creamy. Dry mote pillo is to be avoided. The name of the dish comes from kichwa …

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Created Jan. 24, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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