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The most popular dishes of Mexico

Mexican Cousine

Mexican cuisine offers a great variety of products that allow you to taste their dishes with intense flavors and distinct qualities. From old fashioned fish of Michoacan to preparations such as guacamole, regional dishes are a diverse party in the palate of tourists who often need several days of rest after a Mexican feast. Countless Mexican delicacies can be prepared with their flagship products such as corn, chili, beans and nopal. Among Mexican dishes we mention the most popular.

Mexican Cousine

Mexican Cousine

The tacos are corn tortillas filled with chicken and / or beef, red, green and yellow peppers, tomatoes and onions. You can say they are a classic in any Mexican food and probably one of its most famous dishes internationally.

Mexican Tacos

Mexican Tacos

The white pozole of which there are red versions and green versions is a soup made ​​of a particular type of corn known as cacahuazintle, to which is added pork or chicken as complementary ingredient.

Mexican White Pozole

Mexican White Pozole

The enchiladas are similar to tacos but are very spicy without cereal inside and with plenty of cheese. There are those who bake au gratin for cheese that covers also the inside. As usual with this type of food there are different recipes depending on the region.

Mexican Enchiladas

Mexican Enchiladas

The mole of which several variants are named Mexican is basically a more traditional option. It is a sauce made with cocoa, chilies from different families, tomatoes, almonds, raisins, cinnamon, parsley and various other spices.

Mexican Mole

Mexican Mole

Guacamole is salsa made ​​with avocado. There are many variations from one area to another but the most common ingredients are avocado, onion, green clile and a squeeze of lemon although many people add grilled tomatoes, dried or fresh.

Mexican Guacamole

Mexican Guacamole

Mexican Cousine photos: abakedcreation, kern.justin, caffe d’bolla, Mestizo London, sunburntkamel, FranCISCO.

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