Buñuelo Colombiano. Popular around the hispanaphone world, but here in Colombia it’s basically a dough ball. Usually eaten at Christmas, and I think they’re delicious! Ps… Just found out they have eggs and cheese in them- I can’t believe I like them!
What a lovely pot- I wish sweets at home came in such nice containers.
This is Arequipe once more, this time a bit runnier in a paste-like substance with milk and other things, delicious, and it comes in an adorable wee pot too.
Having been taught all my life that ‘bocadillo’ was Spanish for ‘sandwich’, I was surprised when I was given these. They are Guayaba, a fruit, that is made into a sugary block that I suppose is kind of like Turkish Delight. It’s covered in Arequipe. They are nice, but extremely sweet- even with my sweet … Continue reading