Mexico is a wonderful place to visit, with lots to see, and food that will make you want to stay forever. Atole is one of the traditional drinks and is very common at any time of year.
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Atole/Atol - This traditional drink originated in Mexico and is common all over the country, but also widely enjoyed in many Central American countries.
Atole, Mexico's Corn-Fueled Beverage - Atole is a popular morning drink, often sold from large tin vats from little carts in the streets.
The Origins of Mexican "Atole" - The traditional hot beverage dates back to pre-Hispanic times.
Sweet Corn Atole and Masa Harina Atole Recipe - Atoles are thick, corn-based drinks popular all over Mexico and Central America. There are many different ways to make this creamy drink, and here's recipes for two different styles.
Atol de Elote - Some atoles, like this Salvadoran version, are made with fresh corn. Others use corn flour and/or are flavored with spices, fruit, and even chocolate. Regardless of the flavors, corn is the main element that gives atoles their creamy consistency. For a Honduran take on it, see also: Atol de Elote. And, here's one more example from El Salvador, with Salvadoran music to provide background rhythms: Atol de Elote.
10 Mexican Dishes You Probably Haven't Heard Of - Beyond Atole, there's so much more to Mexico’s marvelous food culture than what Americanized 'Tex-Mex' suggests.