Mote con Huesillo! Probably the most Chilean of all beverages (at least of those that LDS missionaries can drink...) I love this stuff! It is basically a dried peach in peach juice with wheat berries. So yummy! I once dressed up as Mote and my companion went as Huesillo to a costume party... fun times!
Que Que (Chilean Coffee Cake) from Food.com: This is a low, dense coffee cake, with a hint of citrus. I recommend using the lemon extract vs the vanilla called for in the recipe. My cake tends to fall in the center as some of the posters have mentioned. I tried baking in a 9x9 pan and it helped, but still sank a little. If anyone has suggestions, I love to hear them as this really is a delicious coffee cake --Brenda.
Cola de Mono (Chilean egg nog) 5 cloves, 2 sticks of cinnamon 125ml water, 60ml Instant coffee, 180ml sugar, 2 liters milk, 325ml "Agua ardiente" (can be replaced by Pisco, Rhum, Brazilian Cachaça or Brandy) Boil the water with the cloves and cinnamon sticks for 10 minutes with the lid on. Add the instant coffee and the sugar. Mix that syrup with the milk and add alcohol. Keep it bottled in the refrigerator (10days). Serve very cold but without ice.This is my easy version.
"Sopaipilla" is a famous chilean food and one of my favorite food, first because it's easy to cook and also because it's very tasty. Sometimes "sopaipillas" taste a little bland but you can mix them with pebre.