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Now that Thanksgiving is over, what do we do with the leftover turkey? Freshly cooked or leftover turkey makes wonderful sandwiches, Mexican style. Use bolillos (oval Mexican sandwich rolls) or French sandwich rolls.
Atoles are rich drinks usually thickened with masa, and flavored with spices, fruits, and in this case, chocolate. Such drinks have an ancient history and are still made in traditional homes and also sold in market food stalls. Champurrado is served steaming hot.
Caramelized sugar with pumpkin seeds is a common brittle candy found in sweet shops and sometimes sold by street vendors in Mexico. The shiny green hued brittle looks enticing, tastes good, and is really easy to make.
Mmm, flan is probably the most popular of all Mexican desserts, and this coffee-flavored flan, with it’s silky texture, is delicious. Be sure to warm the pan in the oven; this makes it easier to coat the pan with the caramel. The flan needs time to firm up in the refrigerator, so prepare it ahead.