Mazamorra is a traditional Colombian drink from the Andean zone of the country and very popular as a side dish to foods such as our wonderful bandeja paisa. It is typically accompanied with panela or guava paste.
What is Mazamorra? It is simply corn cooked until it is very soft.
Mazamorra is known as a drink, but to me it is more like a dessert and the “claro”, the cooking liquid from the mazamorra, is what my grandmother called “sobremesa”, or the drink after the meal.
- 1 can (29 oz) Hominy (maiz peto), drained and rinsed
- 6 cups of water
- 5 cups of milk
- Panela or guava paste for serving