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Ponche Navideño Mexicano! It’s a tradition in our family to make my great grandmothers Ponche/Punch navideño and it’s an honor to be able to share with you.
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  1. Rosalinda Palacios
    Rosalinda Palacios says:

    I love your Ponché recipe. I added walnuts to my pot because this is a family tradition. I don't like the hard seeds from the guyabas. So I scoop them out, boil this pulp separately, then drain this into my ponché pot. I discard those annoying seeds.
    Hope your Mom is doing well. Prayers to you and the family.

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  2. Manuel Almendarez
    Manuel Almendarez says:

    Looks good.how does it taste.i am not mexican though we have some mexican traditions because of my families culture but not this one.it is a fresh homeade fruit punch holiday drink but it looks good.its amazing how to flavor can be infused into the liquid by boiling the fruits.

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  3. HIVOLCO
    HIVOLCO says:

    I am so happy I found you and this lovely Ponche recipe… last year at this time I was in the Heart of Mexico "Puebla" enjoying the village come alive with cooking Ponche in the streets along with many other holiday treats! I simply adore the process and on my morning walk saw the ingredients going into the huge Steamer to my evening walk when I actually got to purchase a taza de ponche…. MIL GRACIAS! <3

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  4. Andy McAnderson
    Andy McAnderson says:

    Now I understand why I always went to the bathroom afterwards… I never knew it had prunes inside.. 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ i thought it was just the Mexico water 😹🤦🏼‍♀️

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  5. Ashley Ross
    Ashley Ross says:

    When you guys speak your kind of language I don’t know what your saying I wish I did I say language because I forgot if it’s Spanish or whatever the other one is called witch I forget what it’s called also it’s right on the top of my tongue but I can’t think of it right now

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  6. Lorenzo Mireles
    Lorenzo Mireles says:

    SECOND UPDATE: this was SO GOOD! Followed the recipe exactly (even added more Jamaica like y’all did! 😜) My mom and my Sister were huge fans. My sister’s boyfriend is from Mexico and he tasted this and literally said “Oh my gosh, this tastes like Mexico!”

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  7. Ali V
    Ali V says:

    Ugh I wish I would have seen this before the holidays. I was wanting to find someone I can trust to make it. I subscribed after watching half of a second video because I can tell you know what you’re doing! I’m about to binge watch your videos, plus I’m not a twin but everyone thinks my sister and I are because we are the same as you two lol

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  8. Elizabeth hidalgo
    Elizabeth hidalgo says:

    How funny that you said that about some of us living in rural places 😂 I just moved to FL in a very rural town no Hispanics around y viendo todos los ingredientes im like i won’t be able to make this 🙁 extraño vivir cerca de la tiendita o el swap meet donde vende fruta

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  9. Ennia Lara
    Ennia Lara says:

    Im sooooooo glad I came across your channel!!! My 7year old daughter saw me watching you on my phone and just said “oh it’s that girl who cooks all that yummy food!” She as well as I love watching your channel!!! Happy holidays! I hope you and your family are filled with joy and love this holiday season!

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