MEXICAN FOOD, A FLAVOR THAT ENCHANTS

Fish and seafood should be consumed two to three times a week because they are nutritious, tasty, and easy to prepare; therefore, these are the largest markets in the country where you can find a great variety of fish and aquaculture products.

Epazote is a short-lived annual or perennial plant that grows to an average of 1.2 m, with rather irregularly developed branches and oblong-lanceolate leaves that can reach 12 cm in length. Its leaves are borne in clusters and produce black seeds. The word "epazote" is derived from Nahuatl, which is composed of epatl which means "stench" and tzotl,...

Revoltijo is a typical dish of Mexican cuisine that is mainly consumed at Christmas, New Year's Eve dinner, or during Lent. Its main ingredient is the romerito, a quelite that is one of the multiple crops that can be found in the milpa. It is a complete and balanced dish that, due to its ingredients, is rich in fiber,...

No tlayuda is the same, they are unique pieces that are prepared differently in each region of Oaxaca, and thanks to their popularity and diversity, today they are made in many parts of the Mexican Republic with a variety of ingredients. Its base, like many typical Mexican dishes, is corn, can be made with tasajo, whole or in pieces, chorizo...

The tradition of sweets in Mexico dates back to pre-Hispanic times and later diversified with ingredients that arrived from Spain and other countries, their popularity grew as they became present during town celebrations. The portal México desconocido in the article titled: the most popular typical Mexican sweets, Alegrías tops the list, detailing...

It is estimated that 30% of American and Canadian tourists have established the reason for their trip to Mexico to enjoy its cuisine, and 17% of national tourists make tasting local dishes their first activity in a destination. This dictionary of Mexican cooking covers the most exotic food items, from A to Z. Now, find out for yourself.

The taco is much more than food for Mexico. Emblem of its cuisine and culture, every day it evolves and expands internationally with a varied offer that combines, with corn or flour tortillas, tradition and novelty.