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    Horchata is a plant-based beverage, with a long history throughout the world. While most often associated with Hispanic cultures, the beverage originated in Africa, and then it arrived in Iberia centuries ago. From there, it continued to spread, eventually ending up in the New World. Today, numerous cultures have come to embrace this beverage which has a milk-like appearance, each with a slightly different twist. Recipes from around the world reveal countless grain-based varieties of horchata made with ingredients such as coconut, ground oats, almonds or rice. A Traditional Horchata, Prepared in a Modern Way Historically prepared in the home, horchata can be increasingly found bottled for sale in communities where it is enjoyed. Get back to the traditional way of preparing this refreshing beverage using the Fissler Souspreme Multi Pot. As is true with many classic Mexican foods, horchata recipes vary in different regions. Our version is prepared with rice and cinnamon, which typically require soaking in water for 8 hours prior to blending. But this Mexican sweet rice drink can be easily and quickly prepared in the Souspreme, cutting down on the time needed to soak the rice and cin
    In Mexico, Cinco de Mayo celebrations are primarily celebrated in the state of Puebla, where in 1862, the Mexican army was victorious over the French Empire in the Battle of Puebla. It served more as a symbolic victory for the Mexican Government, which helped to further bolster resistance against European invaders. Elsewhere around the world, Cinco de Mayo serves as a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage, featuring parades, music, and food. Enjoy the Flavors of Mexico this Cinco de Mayo Mexican cu
    The Souspreme Multi Pot makes cooking any type of rice faster and more consistent. Getting perfectly cooked rice with the ideal texture every time requires a little bit of know-how, including water-to-rice ratio, cook time and how long to let steam release naturally. The chart below provides information on cooking common types of rice. Here are some additional tips: Always rinse your rice with cold water until the water runs clear. This process removes the excess starch, preventing sticky rice that clumps together.
    Spanish cuisine is as colorful as their culture. Cooking and eating together are important parts of the Spanish way of life, and those who’ve visited this beautiful country know that their famous paella is a must! Our pressure cooker makes cooking t