Cochinitos de Piloncillo

These spice cookies are also known as puerquitos or marranitos in Mexico and are traditionally cut out with pig-shaped cookie cutters. The dough is sweetened with a spice syrup made by simmering the piloncillo, a brown sugar cone, in water with star anise and a cinnamon stic... These spice cookies are also known as puerquitos or marranitos in Mexico and are traditionally cut out with pig-shaped cookie cutters. The dough is sweetened with a spice syrup made by simmering the piloncillo, a brown sugar cone, in water with star anise and a cinnamon stick. Piloncillo is a staple ingredient in the Mexican kitchen and is made from unrefined cane juice that’s reduced by boiling then poured into cone-shaped molds to dry. Read More Read Less
20m
PREP TIME
12m
COOK TIME
146
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11
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