The actress Yalitza Aparicio showed through a video on his YouTube channel the eroof workinga delicious typical drink from his native oaxacaso proud of her roots, she showed a little about the creation of this Mexican reference in front of her hundreds of followers.
In her most recent video published on said platform, the actress from Rome showed the process of making this drink ancestral in the municipality of San Andrés Huayapam, in Oaxaca, resorting to the knowledge of a group of people who for years have dedicated themselves to preparing it as a way of financially supporting their family and as it is a reference recipe of this beautiful state of the Mexican Republic. .
This documentary explains from what is a weavethe main ingredients it contains and of course the process of elaboration that Oaxacans replicate until the result is a refreshing drink which is considered a preparation of the gods, due to its taste and careful preparation.
And it is that this drink Oaxacan origin comes from the Nahuatl, “textli”/dough and “atl”/agua, which means “floured water”. While the basic ingredients to prepare this delicacy must be roasted corn flour, fermented cocoa beans, mamey bone (better known as pixtle), cocoa rosita, all these foods are ground until a paste is obtained that is later mixed with cold water. When the cocoa flower is ready, it forms a spongy cover on the surface of the preparation. Experts who like this type of drink assure that an exquisite preparation is when this pink layer is formed.
With artisan hands, this material shows the step by step that women take to create this drink and they even narrate how they freeze the dough so that foreign buyers take it to the United States and from there they prepare this delicious Mexican preparation. In addition to the liquid preparation, you can also prepare cookies, bread, popsicles and nicuatole de weave.
For those who have visited Oaxaca, I hope they have had the opportunity to try this delicacy that is the drink of the gods and that only the gods can drink it,” he said with a laugh.
Finally, Yalitza Aparicio invited all who have the opportunity to be in oaxaca to try a good weavethe drink of the gods after being a pre-Hispanic preparation that over the years transcended from generation to generation and to know these preparations that put Mexican gastronomy on high as they are exclusive to every corner of the country.