Poc Chuc

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Poc chuc is a Mexican dish of meat, commonly pork, that is prepared in citrus marinade and cooked over a grill. Poc chuc is often served with a side of rice, pickled onion, refried beans, and avocado. Poc chuc is one of the signature dishes of the Yucatán.

Etymology[edit]

The term poc chuc is made up of two Mayan words: poc, which means to toast, especially on hot embers, and chuc, which is charcoal.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bolles, Alejandra K. "Mexican - Mayan Cookbook". Retrieved 2013-09-15.