By Liliana Moyano for Shine LatinaLeche Asada
Leche Asada has been a favorite in my family for many generations. When my mom was young, grandma made the famous dessert every weekend and when I was young my mom maintained the tradition. Today the new generation has expanded and my sisters all have young kids who no longer ask for Leche Asada but instead they want ice cream and cheesecake.
In order to maintain the custom and teach the babies about their background we gathered them at their favorite hangout place; abuela's casa. After having lunch my sister Marcela and myself carefully followed my moms' instructions on how to make this delicious dessert. To our surprise, it took us five minutes to prep it and 30 in the oven and voila… it was ready. The Leche Asada requires a few ingredients that anyone with basic cooking skills will probably have at home; eggs, milk, cheese and sugar. That's all you need to find in the fridge to make this dessert. The texture is similar to the flan but with aRead More »from Leche Asada, a Recipe of Generations