Cuisine by region
North of Mexico – known for its meat dishes especially beef and wheat in the form of flour tortillas
Oaxaca region – known for its savoury tamales, tortillas and celebratory moles
Yucatan – tropical fruits feature heavily in the cuisine
Mountainous regions of the west – known for birria (goat/beef/mutton/pork in a spicy tomato-based sauce)
Pacific Coast & Baja California Peninsula – seafood dominates the cuisine
The three staples in Mexican dishes are corn, beans and chillies (hot peppers), all present before the Spanish arrived. Corn is consumed in all possible forms, but most importantly as a tortilla (a thin, round pancake made from corn dough). Tortillas are also used to make tacos and quesadillas, popular throughout the country. Avocado, tomatoes and rice also feature heavily in Mexican dishes.
The Traditional Cuisine of Mexico
Typical Mexican dishes include:
Tamples is The Traditional Cuisine of Mexico
Tacos el Pastor
Drinks of Mexico
Drinks include tepache (made from pineapple), tuba (fermented juice from the coconut tree and pulque (ferment made from the maguey plant). Tequila, of course, is also offered and is usually served as a major ingredient in margaritas, with salt-rimmed glasses and lime juice. Mezcal is a rougher version of tequila.
Delve into the gastronomic delights of Mexico. Try the spicy dishes such as tacos, enchiladas, tamales, chilaquiles and guacamole during a Mexico Tour. Don’t wait any longer and visit Mexico. Chimu Adventures offers tailor-made packages to Central America. Contact us for more information.
Tacos Da nang wellcome!!!!