Capirotada is a traditional Mexican dish eaten during the Lenten season. This Mexican Bread Pudding makes a yummy dessert filled with fruit and nuts. By Mama Maggie’s Kitchen (Traditional Mexican Recipes)
Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding) - Muy Bueno Cookbook Capirotada is a Mexican bread pudding made with cinnamon, piloncillo, cloves, raisins, bread, and cheese. I can smell and taste the sweet warm melted cheese as I type this. Yes, you read it right…cheese. The combination of these ingredients is sure to awaken your taste buds.
Serve up an authentic Mexican dish for a special brunch this weekend! This Capirotada recipe or Mexican Bread Pudding combines French bread, cinnamon, pecans and raisins for a truly flavorful way to start the day.
How to Make Capirotada: Give a tropical taste to your Lent and Easter spreads with this spin on a traditional Mexican bread pudding recipe that includes dried figs, apricots, guava paste, shredded coconut and more. Recipe via latinamom.
Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding) by Saveur. This dessert, layered with cheese and soaked in a syrup made with piloncillo, a type of brown sugar used in Mexican cooking, is a traditional Lenten feast dish.