There is no doubt that after his great success in the cinema with Roma, Yalitza Aparicio has become one of the banners of the culture of oaxacathat is why now through vlogs in Youtubethe actress shows us the great cultural richness of the condition and everything we can find in the entity, such as the weave, traditional drink of the Oaxacan cuisine which explains everything to us.
The weave is a drink made from cocoa whose characteristic foam and refreshing flavor make it an essential product if you visit oaxacathis recipe has hundreds of years of tradition and it is part of the cultural elements that yes or yes you must experience if you go to the state, this time Yalitza approached traditional cooks to show us how this drink is made.
With the recipe centenary of cooks of San Andres Huayapam in oaxacawe see how they make the weave from mamey bone, cocoa, cocoa flower (also known as rosital), corn Y oak ashingredients that end up combining to give way to one of the beverages most delicious of the wide Mexican gastronomy Y Oaxacan.
The process begins when the mamey bonethe cocoa flower dry and the cocoathis will thunder when it is cooked, indicating to the cook that it is time for the grindingthese ingredients are ground together to make a paste, while the corn is cooked with ashes of firewood that have been generated after roasting the rest of the ingredients.
Once he corn has been cooked, it is ground to generate a dough which will be mixed with the rest of ingredientsthis paste is the base of the weave to be beaten with ice Y Water until forming the sparkling drink and refreshing served in gourds traditional, from the base of the tejate you can also prepare other Oaxacan delicacies such as cookies and ice cream among others.
In the video, which you can see through this link, Yalitza Aparicio shows us the traditional process of this drink, a recipe that has been handed down from generation in generation without being affected by the passage of time, which transports us directly to our ancestors to enjoy the taste and the traditions that were already made in Mexico for many years, accompanied by cocoametates and firewood, the weave is a drink that you can not miss in oaxaca.