In Colombia, I ran across this can of what should be corn cooked in sort way. It’s just hard to tell from the picture. It turns our that mazamorra is a common Spanish language word in Latin America and is basically a maize-based dish with a thick consistency, probably something close to creamed-corn. The preparation varies among countries.
Other Spanish language words for corn are maíz and choclo.
Have you ever tried mazamorra before?
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