Miel de cana

Miel de caña


Molasses in Spanish is called Miel de caña, or literally "sugar cane honey," and is very typical of the regions of the Canary Island, Granada and Malaga, where this recipe originated. If miel de cana is not available in your area, you can substitute with a mix of molasses and golden syrup, or even your favorite honey.


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