This Mexican street drink is sweet, creamy, and best enjoyed with a burrito.
By Lauren Perkins | July 17, 2012
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Can brown rice be used instead of white? I’m guessing not, but thought I’d check…. Thanks!!
I’m sure it would work with a longer soak… but do you want that particular nutty flavor of brown rice in your drink?
so you dont need to boil/cook the liquid at all?
Oh, my word. That’s delicious. Three days? It’ll be luck if it lasts three hours.
Can you use a can of sweetened condensed milk instead of evaporated milk and sugar?
I have used sweetened condensed milk before…it works.
I am going to try this but make a cardamom rose water horchata.
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Could we streamline the filling, forming, and frying so that these deep-fried burritos were a realistic weeknight option?
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