Habichuelas con Dulce


It’s yet another season for Habichuelas con Dulce. It’s that time of year where MOST Dominicans indulge in the sweet and creamy texture that this hard to come by dessert has to offer.

Habichuelas con dulce is a sweet bean liquid dessert from the Dominican Republic that is especially popular around the Easter holiday. The beverage is part of the cuisine of the Dominican Republic and is traditionally garnished with milk cookies or with casabe, “a flatbread made of yuca flour.”

Habichuelas con dulce is made with red beans, cinnamon, nutmeg, coconut milk, condensed milk, raisins, butter, sugar and salt. The beans are boiled with salt and then blended to the consistency of soup. The coconut milk and condensed milk are added along with cooked sweet potato chunks. Cloves and ginger can also be added as flavorings.


Habichelas con Dulce

Habichelas con Dulce

Buen Provecho les Haga!

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