This one by Alton Brown has served me well in the past. http://www.foodnetwork...
Fany Gerson has a great one in her My Sweet Mexico cookbook. I don't have the recipe in front of me, but I've tried it and it's incredible. If you love to bake you should probably track down this cookbook anyway--I knew almost nothing about Mexican sweets before I read this book.
Thanks, Mr. Vittles and petitbleu. I ended up using a hybrid of Rick Bayless' and Alton Brown's recipes. Although, next time I'm have to try Fany Gerson--her cookbook is one of my mother's go-tos, and I completely forgot about this option. Anyway, thanks again for your help!
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