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COCONUT HORCHATA

The Origins of Horchata May Surprise You
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Coconut Horchata Recipe

Horchata (/ɔːrˈtʃɑːtə/; Spanish: [oɾˈtʃata] or orxata (Valencian: [oɾˈtʃata]), is a name given to various kinds of plant milk beverages of similar taste and appearance. It is known in Valencia as orxata de xufa. In Spain it is made with soaked, ground, and sweetened tiger nuts.

In Latin America, and other parts of the Americas, the base is jicaro, melon or sesame seeds, or white rice, along with other spices.

In West African countries such as Nigeria and Mali, it is known as kunnu aya. Different varieties can be served hot or cold, and may be used as a flavor in other beverages, such as frappé coffee.

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