Rey del Campo Mixed Corn Biscuits (19.75oz)
A true tradition of taste from Nicaragua and enjoyed in many parts of Latin America. When you think of Nicaraguan food, Corn Biscuits or "Rosquillas" in Spanish, are one of the food products that first comes to mind.
Where Does The Product Originate From?
Originating from Somoto, Nicaragua, the best corn biscuits producing region in Nicaragua, our mixed corn biscuits are sure to be a family favorite.
What Are Some Of The Ingredients?
Corn and cheese are the main ingredients with some of the biscuits also containing a touch of panela or raw cane sugar.
How is the product made?
The corn biscuits are baked to a golden crisp, never fried, and do not contain any preservatives.
Is The Product Consumed In A Specific Manner?
Traditionally, the corn biscuits are enjoyed in the morning with your favorite hot cup of coffee, however, throughout the years, many people have come to establish their own new traditional ways of consuming their favorite corn biscuits; such as, enjoying it as an afternoon or midnight snack, served as a snack at social events, and experimenting with different varieties of drinks, whether hot or cold. Either way it is consumed, it is sure to bring pleasure to those enjoying it and always leaving you wanting just “one” more.
|Brand||Rey del Campo|
|Country of Manufacture||Nicaragua|
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