Mexico, customs, traditions and, of course, also gastronomy. One of the symbols that best describes typical Mexican food is its famous chili, something that you will have read in your previous task of looking for information about Mexico. When a Mexican tells you that a plate its “a little” spicy, you should think about it a bit, since here in México “little” it means “a lot”. Mexicans have the power to resist anything in their invincible stomachs.
Recognized by UNESCO as Intangible Heritage of Humanity since 2010, Mexican cuisine is imitated, recognized and appreciated for its colorful appearance, its enormous range of flavors and its surprising textures.
It is a living expression of the world’s cultural heritage and is a fundamental part of the country’s economy and, thanks to the enormous variety of ingredients that the ground offers for the preparation of dishes rich in color, smell and flavor.
Mexico contributed to the world products without which it would not be possible to understand world gastronomy. Among them are corn, beans, chili, avocado, vanilla, cocoa, tomato, pumpkin, chayote, sapote, mamey, papaya, guava, nopal and turkey.
Typical Mexican dishes;
- Chiles en nogada
- Tacos dorados
- Aguas frescas
There are 18 gastronomic routes to publicize Mexican food recipes, which include traditional Mexican drinks to national and international tourists, which cover 155 destinations: 31 magical towns, 9 World Heritage cities, 14 natural and cultural sites, 25 ethnic groups, more than 1,500 dishes and typical drinks from all over the country.
We invite you to visit Mexico and learn more about culture and this delicious food.