Mexico not only looks beautiful but also has a unique cuisine that blends American, Spanish, Aztec and Maya. This cuisine is famous all over the world for its bold and impressive taste.
Start with the best Mexican dishes with breakfast, and this dish will certainly wake you up and get ready for a day of traveling. Huevos Rancheros (translated as “bird eggs”) are fried eggs served on hot fried corn cakes, along with salsa. The dish is easy to make, and tastes great with fried beans, butter, Mexican rice and guacamole.
CHILES EN NOGADA
Perhaps one of the most popular Mexican dishes in the country is chile en nogada. The dish consists of poblano chili stuffed with picadillo (a mixture usually with trimmings, dried fruits and spices) with walnut cream sauce, nogada, and pomegranate seeds that will give it three colors of the Mexican flag : green from coriander, white from seed sauce and red from pomegranate.
Pozole is a traditional soup or stew from thousands of years ago. The dish is made from hominy (dried corn grain), with meat (usually pork) along with toppings like cabbage, chili, onion, garlic, radish, avocado, salsa or lemon. Mexicans often eat pozole on special occasions like Mexican Independence Day, Christmas or birthday.
Chilaquiles is corn tortillas that are fried, cooked in green or red salsa, and sprinkled with cheese. Then there are many ways you can enjoy it like with eggs for breakfast, either with chicken, beef, guacamole and fried beans for lunch.
Often called the national dish of Mexico, poblano is probably the most famous variety of mole (generic name for some types of sauce used in Mexican cuisine). Mole poblano is a dense sauce, made from at least 20 ingredients, including chili and chocolate, giving it a great taste.
Like pozole, it is usually saved on special occasions, such as weddings and birthdays (where it is served through turkeys), or Christmas, where it is served with romeritos (a similar herb like rosemary) on shrimp cakes.
As an iconic dish of Mexican City street food, pambazos are white bread filled with potatoes and chorizo, then dipped in warm red chilli sauce, turning into famous colored bread. Then fry until crispy and bake with lettuce, salsa, cheese and / or sour cream, the dish is very fragrant and delicious.
While mollete is simply a flat bread in Spain, it is basically a better version in Mexico with a layer of grilled cheese covered. This is a sandwich with fried beans, salsa, cheese and jalapeño slices. It is then baked in the oven until the cheese melts, deliciously delicious.
You can’t talk about great Mexican food without mentioning tacos, one of Mexico’s most beloved dishes. As Enrique Olvera, head chef of Mexican restaurant Pujol (one of the 50 best restaurants in the world) once said, “tacos is probably alive.”
There are many types of Tacos, such as Carnitas tacos, stewed pork, chopped pork, served with coriander, diced onions, salsa, guacamole, tortilla and fried beans.