“To add another historical touch, use a wooden whisk known as a molinillo to froth the drink.”
“December 29 (ANI): Archaeologists have found a whisk known as molinillo in a plastic container inside the storerooms at St. Augustine's Government House in the US,”
“Although I love my molinillo too, for the way it looks, what really does the job for this is one of the hand-held immersion blenders.”
“When I followed their methods, the masa harina solidified too fast and clogged my molinillo, which left me not only with a pot of hot chocolate filled with thick yellow lumps but a tricky mess to clean.”
“By rubbing her hands back and forth, she spins the molinillo, whipping the chocolate to frothy goodness.”
“Terry -- I've read about the French's influence on Mexican cuisine -- there's also some debate over which came first, the molinillo or the moulinet.”
“Simmerbright -- That's a molinillo for frothing up your Mexican hot chocolate.”
“There's also a tortilla press and a bag of masa harina so you can make your own tortillas; a bag of Kerbey Lane gingerbread pancake mix so you can pretend that you're in Austin on a Saturday morning; a molinillo and Mexican chocolate for cups of frothy hot chocolate on cold winter evenings; a few cans of Ranch Style beans and Ro-Tel Tomatoes and other Texas treats.”
“(The theory that the word chocolate was derived from the sound - "choco, choco" - of the molinillo beating the liquid is unfounded, because such a utensil did not exist in Pre-hispanic Mexico; illustrations from the time show the foam being formed by pouring the beverage from one vessel to another.)”
“Yeah, I know a molinillo works better, but I don't need the upper body workout and by this time I'm usually a little too impatient to drink the hot chocolate.”
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