Mexican Food In A View

Mexican food is known for its spiciness and is loved by many people across the globe. Mexican cuisine includes the various cooking traditions and cuisines of the great central country of Mexico. Its origins actually lie in the pre-tecnic cuisine of Central Mexico. As the Spanish colonizers arrived on Mexico’s shores, they were amazed at the richness and the wide variety of local foods that Mexicans had to offer. Thus, many of these newcomers introduced these local varieties to their new countries with the blessings of permission from the original settlers. But today, Mexican food is popular not only in Mexico but in many Latin American countries as well.

In Mexican cuisine, you can find a variety of ingredients that make up the gastronomic delights we know as Mexican food such as beef, pork, chicken, and many other meats and seafood. Vegetables are also an important part of Mexican cuisine and are used in a variety of ways as well. In fact, Mexican vegetables rank first among Latin American vegetables for their freshness and second for taste.

There are many kinds of Mexican vegetables that are commonly used in Mexican cuisine such as: onions, carrots, cauliflower, radishes, tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, etc. Some famous Mexican vegetables include: the habanera pepper, the guacamole, the salsa, the black beans, the salsa fresca, the salsa blancha, the chimichu, the salsa amistad, and the salsa con Pollo. On the other hand, you will also find some unusual and interesting vegetables in Mexican cuisine such as: the albaca, the okra and the pigeon pea. Some Mexican dishes that use fruits and vegetables in abundance include: the camera squash, the aguas frescas, the acai, the cigar, the jicama, and the pickles. A very interesting Mexican beverage that is gaining in popularity as of late is the Nuevo Latino (New World) style of coffee called “champagne”. Many restaurants now offer this specialty coffee in different flavors.