Mexican Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Caliente)

Mexican Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Caliente)

Mexican Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Caliente)
The best early morning breakfast to be found on the street of any Mexican city is a nice hot cup of chocolate caliente with some churros, sweet tamales, or fresh-baked sweet goods from a bakery. Made from just chocolate and milk or water, it's a simple, rich drink.Maxime Iattoni

The best early morning breakfast to be found on the street of any Mexican city is a nice hot cup of chocolate caliente with some churros, sweet tamales, or fresh-baked sweet goods from a bakery. Made from just chocolate and milk or water, it's a simple, rich drink. At Hugo's restaurant in Houston, TX, chef Ruben Ortega makes his own chocolate (see the recipe for Ruben's Mexican chocolate ») but any brand of Mexican chocolate can be used here.