Traditional Capirotada

The integral bread is produced by grinding the grain of the whole cereal, preserving intact all its parts and nutrients: fibers, minerals and vitamins that give it its most outstanding properties.

1 Combat constipation
Constipation is the difficulty to evacuate, due to the hardening of the stool. Whole-grain bread is rich in fiber, which, as everyone knows, improves constipation by aiding in bowel regulation.

2 Controls the weight
Wholemeal bread has almost the same number of calories as white bread, but three times more fiber. Fiber from whole wheat bread produces a satiety effect (you need to chew more and that “cheats” the brain making you think you’re fuller), so it helps you eat less and keep obesity at bay.

ngredients Traditional Capirotada
Servings: 12
Frying oil
6 large rolls, sliced
2 liters of water
½ kilo of piloncillo
1 cup of sugar
2 cinnamon sticks
4 cloves
½ cup peanut
½ cup raisins
150 grams of sweetened cheese
½ cup walnut, minced
Nuts in halves for garnish

Preparation mode
Preparation: 20min> Cooking: 15min> Ready in: 35min
Dry the bread slices in the sun and fry them in hot oil.
Boil the water along with the piloncillo, sugar, cinnamon and cloves until obtaining a light syrup. Cuela.
Arrange a layer of fried bread slices in the bottom of a rectangular refractory or clay casserole and cover with part of the peanuts, raisins, walnuts and cheese cubes. Bake with the honey of piloncillo and repeat the procedure until finishing with the ingredients. Garnish with walnut halves.