List of Mexican dishes

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Representation of a Mexican cuisine, in front you can find Mexican food and spices, while in the background there are typical utensils.
Pozole is a traditional soup or stew from Mexico

The Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire occurred in the 16th century. The basic staples since then remain native foods such as corn, beans, squash and chili peppers, but the Europeans introduced many other foods, the most important of which were meat from domesticated animals, dairy products (especially cheese) and various herbs and spices, although key spices in Mexican cuisine are also native to Mesoamerica such as a large variety of chilli peppers.

Antojitos[edit]

Street food in Mexico, called antojitos is prepared by street vendors and at small traditional markets in Mexico. Most of them include corn as an ingredient.

Cheese dishes[edit]

Egg dishes[edit]

Meat dishes[edit]

Beef dishes[edit]

Goat dishes[edit]

Pork dishes[edit]

Poultry dishes[edit]

Other meat and protein dishes[edit]

Moles, sauces, dips and spreads[edit]

Rice dishes[edit]

Seafood dishes[edit]


Soups and stews[edit]

Vegetable dishes[edit]

Desserts and sweets[edit]

Close up shot of a bionico with strawberries, banana, raisins, shredded coconut and granola

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

Flan
A piece of sugary pan de muerto

Beverages[edit]

Non-alcoholic[edit]

Hot bowl of champurrado as served at a Mexican breakfast

Alcoholic[edit]

Tequilas of various styles

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Menu in Progress: Anatomy of an Oaxacan Carniceria". Retrieved 1 June 2017.

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