Cut the bread in medium slices and put it under the sun for a while. Later, add the oil to the frying pan and when it’s hot, fry the bread slices on both sides until they’re crunchy.
Add to a pot the water, the sugar, the panela, the cinnamon and the cloves, and put it on the stove. Let it boil until obtaining a syrup of semi-thick consistency. Lastly, remove and drain it.
In an oven-safe dish, place the slices of fried bread so that they cover the bottom of it.
Spread the peanuts, the raisins and the chopped nuts over them. Pour the panela syrup that you just prepared generously.
Put over this another layer of bread and repeat this procedure. Do it until you have used up all the ingredients until there aren’t any left.
On the top layer, don’t forget to add the diced cheese. Pour the rest of the syrup over it.
Bake at low heat for 15 or 20 minutes until it gets a brown appearance. Let it cool and enjoy it!
You can serve it cold or hot according to the guests’ preferences.