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Mexican Food

Mexican Food- A Prelude

Mexican food is a style of food that originated in Mexico. Mexican cuisine is known for its intense and varied flavors, colorful decoration, and variety of spices.

When Spanish conquistadores arrived in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan (the ancient city on which Mexico City was built), they found that the people's diet consisted largely of corn-based dishes with chilis and herbs, usually complemented with beans and squash. The conquistadores eventually combined their imported diet of rice, beef, pork, chicken, wine, garlic and onions with the indigenous foods of pre-Columbian Mexico, including chocolate, maize, tomato, vanilla, avocado, papaya, pineapple, chile pepper, beans, squash, sweet potato, peanut, fish and turkey.

Most of today's Mexican food is based on ancient traditions, such as the Aztecs and Maya, combined with culinary trends introduced by Spanish colonists. Quesadillas, for example, are a flour or corn tortilla with cheese (often a Mexican-style soft farmer's cheese such as Queso Fresco), beef, chicken, pork, and so on. The indigenous part of this and many other traditional foods is the chili pepper. Foods like these tend to be very colorful because of the rich variety of vegetables (among them are the chili peppers, green peppers, chilis, broccoli, cauliflower, and radishes) and meats in Mexican food. There is also a sprinkling of Caribbean influence in Mexican cuisine, particularly in some regional dishes from the states of Veracruz and Yucatán. The French occupation of Mexico also yielded some influences as well: the bolillo (pronounced bo-lee-yo), a Mexican take on the French roll, seems to reflect this. There is also a minor Filipino influence as well, due to the Manila-Acapulco galleon trade, which lasted from 1565 to 1815.

Mexican food varies by region, because of local climate and geography and ethnic differences among the indigenous inhabitants and because these different populations were influenced by the Spaniards in varying degrees. The north of Mexico is known for its beef production and meat dishes. Southeastern Mexico, on the other hand, is known for its spicy vegetable and chicken-based dishes. Seafood is commonly prepared in the states that border the Pacific Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico.

APPITIZERS

  • Arroz amarillo
  • Arroz con lima
  • Arroz Español (Spanish rice)
  • Arroz Verde
  • Bolillos
  • Calabaza (squash)
  • Camote, Mexican sweet potato
  • Dry soup, sopa, typically pasta with flavoring of meat or tomato consomme
  • Consomme, broth, either made from drippings of meat roasted for barbacoa, or dry bouillon cubes and powder (usually known by its most common brand name, (Knorr-Suiza)
  • Curtido
  • Elote
  • Ensalada de fruta, fruit salad
  • Fideos, noodles
  • Frijoles pintos, pinto beans
  • Frijoles negros, black beans
  • Frijoles charros
  • Frijoles
  • Guacamole
  • Jicama
  • Lentejas, lentil beans
  • Refried beans (frijoles refritos)
  • Nopalitos

MAIN COARSES

  • Albóndigas
  • Arroz con camarones
  • Arroz con pollo
  • barbacoa
  • birria
  • bistec picado
  • burrito
  • caldo, soup, (generally considered an entree rather than an appetizer) which has many variations, such as
    • caldo de pollo, chicken soup
    • caldo de res, beef soup
    • caldo de queso, cheese soup
    • caldo de camaron shrimp soup, typically made from dried shrimp
    • carne en su jugo, meat and beans in a meat broth
    • caldo de mariscos, seafood soup, similar to the Italian dish zuppa di pesce. Popularly supposed to be an aphrodisiac.
      • Also see Menudo and pozole
  • carne asada
  • carnitas
  • cecina
  • cemitas sandwiches
  • chapulines and escamoles
  • charaes, small fish, basically a type of smelt
  • chicharrón and chicharrones
  • chilaquiles
  • chiles en nogada
  • chiles rellenos
  • chilorio
  • chilpachole de jaiva
  • chimichangas
  • choriqueso
  • chorizo
  • churipo
  • cochinita pibil
  • cocido
  • cóctel de camarón and other seafood cocktails
  • coyotas
  • huaunzontles
  • empanadas
  • enchilada (red or green)
  • flautas
  • fritadas de camaron
  • gorditas
  • glorias
  • gringas
  • huevos divorciados
  • huevos motuleños
  • huevos rancheros
  • lengua
  • longaniza
  • machaca
  • mancha manteles
  • menudo

DESSERTS AND SWEETS

Mexico's candy and bakery sweets industry, centered in Michoacan and Mexico City, produces a wide array of products.

  • Arroz con leche, rice with milk and sugar
  • Pastel de queso, cheesecake
  • Jamoncillos
  • Cajeta
  • Capirotada
  • Carlota de limón
  • Coyotas
  • Empanadas
  • Flan
  • Pastel de tres leches (Three Milk Cake)
  • Platano
  • Alegrías
  • Churros
  • Dulce de leche
  • Chongos zamoranos, a milk candy named for its place of origin, Zamora, Michoacán.
  • Jarritos (spicy tamarindo candy in a tiny pot), as well as a brand of soda
  • Pan dulce, sweet pastries, like American doughnuts, very popular for breakfast. Nearly every Mexican town has a bakery (panaderia) where these can purchased.
  • Pepitorias
  • Obleas
  • Glorias
  • Pan de Acambaro (Acambaro bread), named for its town of origin, Acambaro, Guanajuato. Very similar to Jewish Challah bread, which may have inspired its creation.
  • Ice cream. Pancho Villa was noted as a devotee of ice cream. The Mexican ice cream industry is centered in the state of Michoacan; most ice cream stands in Mexico are dubbed La Michoacana as a tribute to Michoacan's acknowledged leadership in the production of this product.
  • Paletas, popsicles (or ice lollies), the street popsicle vendor is a noted fixture of Mexico's urban landscape.
  • chanpurrado,
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National and Regional Cuisines of Mexico

National Cuisine

When conquistadores arrived in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan (now Mexico City), they found that the people's diet consisted largely of corn-based dishes with chilies and herbs, usually complemented with beans and tomatoes. The conquistadores eventually combined their imported diet of rice, beef, pork, chicken, wine, garlic and onions with the native indigenous foods of pre-Columbian Mexico, including chocolate, maize, tomato, vanilla, avocado, guava, papaya, pineapple, jicama, chile pepper, beans, squash, sweet potato, peanut, fish and turkey.

Corn is its traditional staple grain, but today, rice is equally important. According to food writer Karen Hursh Graber, the initial introduction of rice to Spain from North Africa in the 4th Century led to the Spanish introduction of rice into Mexico at the port of Veracruz in the 1520s. This, Graber says, created one of the earliest instances of the world's greatest fusion cuisines.

Most of today's Mexican food is based on ancient traditions, such as the Aztecs and Maya, combined with culinary trends introduced by Spanish colonists. Quesadillas, for example, are a flour or corn tortilla with cheese (often a Mexican-style soft farmer's cheese such as Queso Fresco or Queso Oaxaca ), beef, chicken, pork, and so on. The indigenous part of this and many other traditional foods is the chili pepper. Foods like these tend to be very colorful because of the rich variety of vegetables (among them are the chili peppers, green peppers, chilies, broccoli, cauliflower, and radishes) and meats in Mexican food. The French occupation of Mexico influenced Mexican cuisine with baked goods such as sweet breads and the bolillo (pronounced bo-lee-yo), a Mexican take on the French roll. There is also a minor Asian influence due to the Manila-Acapulco galleon trade, which lasted from 1565 to 1815.

There are also more exotic dishes, cooked in the Aztec or Mayan style, with ingredients ranging from iguana to rattlesnake, deer, spider monkey, grasshoppers, ant eggs, and other kinds of insects. This is usually known as comida prehispánica (or prehispanic food).

Regional cuisine

Mexican food varies by region, because of local climate and geography and ethnic differences among the indigenous inhabitants and because these different populations were influenced by the Spaniards in varying degrees. The north of Mexico is known for its beef, goat and ostrich production and meat dishes, in particular the well-known Arrachera cut. Central Mexico's cuisine is largely made up of influences from the rest of the country, but also has its authentic dishes, such as barbacoa, pozole, menudo and carnitas. Southeastern Mexico, on the other hand, is known for its spicy vegetable and chicken-based dishes. Seafood is commonly prepared in the states that border the Pacific Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico, the latter having a famous reputation for its fish dishes a la veracruzana.

In modern times, other cuisines of the world have become very popular in Mexico, thus adopting a Mexican fusion. For example, sushi in Mexico is often made with a variety of sauces based on mango or tamarind, and very often served with serrano-chili blended soy sauce, or made with habanero and chipotle peppers. Tacos have also become popular served in very small tortillas, adopting the name of tacos árabes, or Arab tacos for their resemblance to dolmas. Middle eastern cuisine is also popular due to the very large Mexican-Lebanese population living in the country.

Mexican cuisine outside of Mexico

New Mexico's long tradition of Mexican settlement and history and native American influence as well, has created a distinct form of New Mexican cuisine. Even though many of the dishes vary from their Mexican counterparts, they are still considered "authentic" or "traditional" for New Mexican cuisine. Both Mexicans and New Mexicans typically find each other's cuisine very similar, yet unfamiliar, and non-traditional, typically missing the true taste that they desire. Rarely are Mexican restaurants specializing in New Mexican cuisine found outside of New Mexico (even in Arizona) except in very large cities.

Authentic Mexican food was adapted and Americanized as "Tex Mex" (Texan-Mexican) cuisine. Mexican cuisine has also had a strong influence on the cuisine of the southwest United States and in California where it's sometimes called Cal-Mex. The six regions of Mexico differ greatly in terms of cuisine-style; it is almost as if each region is their own separate country with separate cuisines. In the Yucatan, for instance, a unique, natural sweetness (instead of spiciness) exists in the widely used local produce along with an unusual love for achiote seasoning. In contrast, the Oaxacan region is known for their savory tamales and celebratory moles, while the mountainous regions of the West (Jalisco, etc) are known for goat birria (goat in a spicy tomato-based sauce).

While Mexican Restaurants can be found in almost any town throughout the United States, and in many cities around the world, restaurants outside the American Southwest often feature nontraditional ingredients, such as grated American-style cheese, "nacho" cheese or tomato-based sauce substitutes for Mexican chile-based sauces or mole. Margaritas come in a variety of flavors and colors. Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and parts of Florida and Illinois have large expatriate Mexican populations, and a variety of authentic Mexican restaurants can be found in these states. In other areas of the United States and Canada, Mexican dishes and restaurants vary as much as Italian restaurants and dishes do between Italy and many locations in the western Hemisphere. New Mexico's long tradition of Mexican settlement and history and native American influence as well, has created a distinct form of New Mexican cuisine. Even though many of the dishes vary from their Mexican counterparts, they are still considered "authentic" or "traditional" for New Mexican cuisine. Both Mexicans and New Mexicans typically find each other's cuisine very similar, yet unfamiliar, and non-traditional, typically missing the true taste that they desire. Rarely are Mexican restaurants specializing in New Mexican cuisine found outside of New Mexico (even in Arizona) except in very large cities. In Mexico, it is very unusual to put cheese in tacos or tostadas (unless it is the typically Mexican "panela" cheese), while in the US cheddar and american cheeses are often found in all "Mexican" cuisine dishes. Also, lettuce inside tacos is unheard of south of the US-Mexico border, and almost considered a sacrilege.



 

 

 

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