Piragua

(Puerto Rican)

sugar, syrup

A Piragua is a Puerto Rican shaved ice dessert, shaped like a pyramid, consisting of shaved ice and covered with fruit flavored syrup. Piraguas are sold by vendors, known as piragüeros, in small colorful pushcarts. Besides Puerto Rico, Piraguas can be found in the United States mainland areas, such as New York and Central Florida, which have large Puerto Rican communities.

Created May 8, 2017 by: itisclaudio


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Piragua

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Delicious food you can find on roadside kiosks and cuchifritos of Puerto Rico.