Rosca de reyes
Rosca de Reyes
During Día de Los Reyes, on January 6th and prior, Mexicans serve Rosca de Reyes (King’s Cake.)
Rosca de Reyes is an oval shaped Mexican bread that symbolizes a crown and has small dolls inside, representing baby Jesus. The doll figures symbolize the hiding of the infant Jesus from King Herod’s troops.
Traditionally, roscas are adorned with dried and candied fruits and nuts to symbolize the many jewels that a crown would have. The person who gets a slice with a doll should host a party on Día de la Candelaria, another Mexican holiday celebrated on February 2nd.
This Mexican celebration takes place in social gatherings with family, friends or colleagues in homes, offices, schools, etc.
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