Pinole is a traditional food that has its origins in pre-Hispanic times. It is made from corn flour, sweetened with piloncillo or sugar, and mixed with cinnamon.
Mexican gastronomy is very special, it varies from one region to another and depends on the basic foods that are harvested in its lands.
It has been influenced in various ways by the conquistadors, the climate, and the changing geography; this has played an important role in the selection of the country’s tradition.
Mexico is known for its corn, tomatoes, chocolate, spices, avocados, beans, papaya, vanilla, and chiles; and the way these foods are used reflects the true traditional dishes of each territory.
So what is huitlacoche? I can imagine that the first time you read or hear its name, you find it difficult to pronounce.
Mexican huaraches are one of the most delicious and favorite food for many Mexicans. That’s why I will dedicate a space to this delicious delicacy to tell you a little about its history.
Hi friends, as you may already know, Oaxaca cheese is named after the state of the same name. However, in Oaxaca, it is called quesillo, which is its real name.
Mexican churros are a delicious crunchy sweet very popular in Mexico and also around the world. Churros are fried long-shaped pieces of dough sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon.
It’s no secret that Mexican foods and their ingredients are essential to the country’s cultural heritage. Famous for enlivening its dishes…
Although its name may not ring a bell, chilpachole de jaiba is a typical crab soup from some Mexican coasts, especially on the Gulf side.
Although there are more than 50 types of Mexican Mole, it is practically impossible to have an inventory of all the varieties of moles that exist in this country.
Of pre-Hispanic origin, pozole is one of the most traditional dishes served primarily during the national holidays. I’ll tell you everything you should know about it. Stay tuned.
Among the delicacies of traditional Mexican cuisine are the panuchos of Yucatan, small “puffed” corn tortillas filled with a bean-based stew and fried in oil… Read More »Panuchos: The Origin of a Gastronomic Tradition in Yucatan