With puff pastry, raisin, brioche bread, citrus, glaze or bean around the world, many countries have their own seasonal bread to celebrate. Realization, 6 January.
In Catholic Tradition The thread symbolizes the meeting on which the Magi met the baby Jesus.
In turn, this tradition is related to the festivities that the ancient Romans dedicated to Lord ShaniAt that time he made round buns out of figs, by then he already had a bean inside and he distributed them among the common people, whoever got it, was named “king” for that day.
In Mexico, there are several figurines of a child inside the traditional recipe, whoever finds it agrees to buy tamales for Candlemas Day, February 2.
Furthermore, it is characterized by Fig. acetron which adorn its surface, although this last ingredient has been replaced by others such as khaya or other crystallized fruit because the biznaga with which it is made is a protected species.
However, cooking is changing and the thread takes different forms in this country as well: its dough in the center resembles the bread of the dead; In other states it consists of figs between the dough, sometimes resembling an orange muffin and not to mention thematic breads that include Hello Kitty figurines or chocolate bunnies.
These are just a few of the ways in the world.
spanish roscon is the closest effect of Rosca de Reyes It is consumed in Mexico, as the tradition of consuming this seasonal bread became especially popular in the first half of the 20th century, when exiles from Spain arrived in Mexican territory as a result of the civil war in their country.
Roscones have Catholic roots due to their tastes and techniques that incorporate Arab and French traditions.
Unlike the Mexican which is oval, Roscons are more rounded, its flour is flavored with orange flower water and is always Citrus Like oranges and lemons, they previously contained a bean and whoever found it became the “king of the party”
They can be found in bakeries with or without filling.
galette des rois
to celebrate Realization, especially consumed in the north of France galette des rois In the first days of the year it is made from puff pastry and a bean, bean, almond or other figure is hidden inside it and whoever finds it becomes the king or queen: a cardboard crown with this bread is kept.
this bread is full frangipane (almond cream and pastries), although there are other versions in the south of the country.
king cake (king cake) eaten in some areas of the United States, such as Louisiana.
Its style is similar to that of a cinnamon roll, it is covered with glazes of traditional colors. Mardi Gras (Shrove Tuesday before Ash Wednesday): Purple, green and gold.
Inside it may have various fillings and a statue of a child representing Jesus, a symbol of luck, although whoever takes it will have to buy the cake the following year.
In Portugal a bread called bolo re is eaten, with grapes, raisins and dried fruits, it is flavored with port wine.
According to National Geographic, it was first made in a pastry called Nacional de Lisboa in 1869.
It is eaten from December to January, it is a cake that resembles a crown, includes a bean, whoever removes it in its icing will also have to buy the next bolo ri.