7 Mexican dishes satiate your foodie soul!

Mexico, the land of opportunities, provides enough fortuities to deliver according to the hopes and expectations of all who come. The pristine coastline of Mexico, which boasts its surreal beaches, illustrious artworks – showered throughout the country; the charming and enchanting boutique hotels which give the feel of Mexico’s local culture, majestic and alluring mountains and volcanoes,  breathtaking sea life, blood-pumping adventure sports and most importantly, scrumptious and out of the world food of Mexico, attracts and blings in the eyes of many.

The authentic Mexican food is a rich combination of deliciousness, vibrance, freshness and fun. It is also very spicy and colourful. Mexico’s street food culture reigns supreme, introducing the tempting and flavourful dishes to the food lovers. Although Mexican food has a huge variety to offer, one should not miss these following exquisite food items.

Chilaquiles

Chilaquiles is a popular traditional breakfast dish, often served with a healthy dose of frijoles or refried beans. It basically consists of sliced corn tortillas, slightly fried and layered with delicious sauces and salsa. The dish is usually topped with sour cream, cheese, onions and avocados, however, it also treats all the non-vegetarians out there as it also tastes delicious with scrambled or fried eggs and meat. The spicy and filling chilaquiles is also a perfect start in the morning after a hangover from the night before.

Tacos Al Pastor

This traditional dish is one of the most famous varieties of tacos. Tacos Al Pastor means ‘in style of the shepherd’. As the name suggests the crispy, corn tacos, folded in half moon shape, are filed with pork strips garnished with lettuce, salsa, cilantro and avocado and served with onions, coriander leaves and pineapple.

Tostadas

The stale tortillas lose their delicacy and softness and are fried till golden brown and crisp. Tostadas, literally meaning ‘toasted’, are nothing but fried tortillas, just crunchier. They can be served alone as a side dish or piled high with plenty of garnishes. It can be topped with cooked meat, cheese, frijoles, seafood and ceviche.

Chiles En Nogada

Chiles en nogada is Mexico’s true patriotic dish, boasting the three colours of Mexican flag. Poblano chillies filled with picadillo (a mixture of chopped meat, fruits and spices) reflect the green on the flag, the walnut-based cream sauce portrays the white and pomegranate seeds portray the red.

Enchiladas

Enchiladas are a long-originated traditional breakfast. It consists of corn tortilla rolls stuffed with ingredients like potatoes, cheese, meat, seafood and vegetables. It is then dripped over with a considerable amount of chilli pepper sauce. The dish serves as a delicious, filling breakfast.

Quesadilla

Quesadilla is somewhat similar to tacos, but with a softer base. The base contains fillings of cheese, veggies or meat. The dish is cooked on a pan and folded into a semi-circular shape. It is often served with salsa and sour cream.

Tamales

Tamales are corn cakes cooked by wrapping them in corn husks. The corn dough pockets are stuffed with either a sweet or savoury filling. These are then wrapped in banana leaves or cornhusks and steamed. The dough can be filled with vegetables, meat, cheese, fruits, chilli pepper, and the liquid in which it is cooked can also be infused with various seasonings. The dish was originally prepared for those who needed nourishing food to take to the battle. Hence, it a very filling and nourishing dish.

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