En muchos países, como en Guatemala, el día 6 de enero se reúne la familia y amigos para celebrar este día y compartir la rosca de reyes; la persona que encuentra el muñequito de la rosca se convierte en el centro de la fiesta por tradición se le pone una corona y se le nombra como el padrino del Niño Jesús

KINGS THREAD ROSCA DE REYES Surely when you eat this delicacy every 5th or 6th of January, you have asked yourself: where did it come from, who prepared it, or what does it mean?This bread that arrives at your table every year, is consumed since the third century when for... KINGS THREAD ROSCA DE REYES Surely when you eat this delicacy every 5th or 6th of January, you have asked yourself: where did it come from, who prepared it, or what does it mean?This bread that arrives at your table every year, is consumed since the third century when for...

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 History of travel tamales Historia de los tamalitos de viaje Its ingredients are corn, water, sometimes meat and, the tusa; which is the dry leaf, from the same corn cob. They are called so because it was formerly used to carry it inside the backpack in long journeys or religious...  History of travel tamales Historia de los tamalitos de viaje Its ingredients are corn, water, sometimes meat and, the tusa; which is the dry leaf, from the same corn cob. They are called so because it was formerly used to carry it inside the backpack in long journeys or religious...

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Aprende a preparar este delicioso platillo típico, los tamales de arroz, con su exquisito recado y carne, esta receta fácil te ayudará a hacerlo.

 RICE TAMALES TAMALES DE ARROZ Guatemalan rice tamales are a typical dish very different from the rest of the tamale recipes. They are made with rice flour and wrapped in banana leaves that give them a different aroma and are much bigger than tamales wrapped in corn leaves.They are also...  RICE TAMALES TAMALES DE ARROZ Guatemalan rice tamales are a typical dish very different from the rest of the tamale recipes. They are made with rice flour and wrapped in banana leaves that give them a different aroma and are much bigger than tamales wrapped in corn leaves.They are also...

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