Tigernut horchata, also known as tigernut milk or horchata de chufa, is regaining popularity outside of Spain because of its numerous health benefits. Learn how to make it, and how you can make tigernut flour with the leftover pulp.
Horchata is a popular, refreshing drink consumed in Spain during the hot summers. It is made from the tubers of the nut sedge plant and in Spanish these are called chufas, hence the name horchata de chufa. Horchata has a white, milky appearance and is served ice cold.
The easiest, creamy and slightly sweet homemade Authentic Mexican Horchata. It’s almost Cinco de Mayo guys! A good excuse to throw a party with your friends and make some awesome homemade Mexican food! I’ll be making several of my favorite Mexican dishes, particularly Authentic Mexican Rice and Cantina-Style Salsa.I’ve found that my way of judging... Read More »: