Chocolate is a traditional drink from pre-hispanic times, that was consumed in Mesoamerica only by chiefs and lactating women.
This drink was considered “the drink of the gods,” and today is widely consumed by Salvadorans. Chocolate is derived from cacao. In pre-Columbian times, cacao was also used as currency. Nowadays is one gastronomic pleasure that it’s widespread around the world. You may enjoy chocolate as a hot beverage in less than 30 minutes.
Ingredients and utensils (for 4 cups):
Chocolate tablet or 4 small Chocolate tablets
1 or 2 cinnamon sticks or cinnamon powder (to taste)
Sugar (to taste)
Wooden spoon or wooden whisk
First boil four cups of water in a saucepan over medium heat. At boiling point add the chocolate tablets gradually. Let the tablets dissolve.
Use the wooden spoon to stir the mixture constantly so the chocolate wont stick to the pot.
Boil until the drink is thick enough. Now you can sweeten with a teaspoon of sugar and add the cinnamon.
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