Capirotada is nothing but a Mexican Bread Pudding. It is a super easy traditional recipe to make in-home during a holiday.
Ingredients for Capirotada
|Orange||Peel of an Orange|
|Prunes||1 ½ cup|
|Queso Fresco||1 pack|
|Butter||4 Table Spoon|
Steps to Make Capirotada
Below are the steps to make Capirotada Recipe:
Set Your Burner on medium Low Heat. Place the pot filled with water.
Once the water starts to boil, add piloncillo, orange zest, cloves, and cinnamon.
Cover the pot with a lid and leave a little gap. Continue to cook on medium-low heat. Cook for about 20 minutes to 25 minutes.
Cut each Bolillo bread into 4 equal parts. Place them on a baking dish.
Set the oven to 400 Degrees. Continue to bake for 16 minutes.
Turn the bread slices to the other side. Continue to bake for another 16 minutes.
When the syrup and toast are ready, it’s time to assemble them together.
Butter the baking dish. Place toast on the baking dish. Start soaking the bread in the syrup.
Start layering with a piece of Fresco. Crumble them over the top of the toast. Then sprinkle resins and prunes. Prunes add a sweet flavor to the capirotada.
Finally, sprinkle roasted peanuts.
Start pouring some more syrup over the layer.
Set the temperature of the oven to 380 degrees and place the capirotada for 20 to 25 minutes.
Take a glass and pour a little syrup. Scoop out the capirotada and place it in the glass. Add a little bit of syrup over the top. Add some fresh cream at last.