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Recipe Name: Strawberry Preparado Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/23/2014
Base: Comments:
Course: Beverage  
Difficulty:
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients:
1/2 Pint(s) Fresh strawberries, hulled
and sliced about 1 cup
or other fresh fruit
1 Cup(s) Milk or water
4 Ice Cubes
1 up to
2 Tablespoon(s) Sugar, or to taste
Directions:
From: Suzan Herskowitz <zwriter@bcfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us> Date: Thu,
8 Aug 1996 11:58:06 -0400 (EDT) (this can be made with any fruit
including mango) Someone (sorry I forget who) recently asked about
mangos and what to do with them. Browsing through today's food section
of the paper, I saw something that may be interesting. Sounds cool and
refreshing. I am going to try the "Morir Y Sonandor". These were
culled from the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel on August 8, 1996,
although the article was written by Elaine Louie at the New York
Times. Some background (without reproducing the entire article. These
are basically my words): Columbians call these batidos, which
translates loosely as "shakes." Mexicans call them preparados or
licuados. What they are are fruit drinks blended with sugar, milk or
water and whipped until smooth and foamy. Found throughout Central and
South America and Southeast Asia, a batido can be made with any fruit
(strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, mangos, papayas, bananas,
tamarind, passion fruit (also known as maracuya or granadilla.)
Pineapples can also be used. So while not Jewish Food specifically, I
can imagine that Mexican and Central and South American Jews will sip
these cool summer treats. Combine all ingredients in a blender and
puree until smooth. Per serving (without milk): 93 calories, 0.91 g
protein, 0.55 grams fat, 23.05 grams carbohydrates, no cholesterol, 2
mg sodium, 5 percent calories from fat. Per serving (with milk): 265
calories, 9 g protein, 9 g fat, 40 g carbohydrates, 35 mg cholesterol,
120 mg sodium, 30 percent calories from fat. "Recipe adapted from
Food From My Heart (MacMillan, 1992) by Zarela Martinez. JEWISH-FOOD
digest 306 From the Jewish Food recipe list. Downloaded from Glen's
MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey.

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
----------------------------------------------
Calories: 792
Calories From Fat: 422
Total Fat: 50.2g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 2209.7mg
Potassium: 1489mg
Carbohydrates: 84.7g
Fiber: 8.1g
Sugar: 59.1g
Protein: 15.1g


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