10 (Mexican)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 09 Apr 2019, updated: 09 Apr 2019 Public: Users can add dishes

Food you find on the streets of Mexico

1. Mollete

(Mexican)

A traditional Mexican open sandwich with refried beans and melted cheese served with salsa. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or as a tasty snack.

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2. Taco Al Pastor

(Mexican)

A favorite Mexican taco. The pork meat is marinated in mexican spices, chiles and pineapple juice and then roasted in a spit-grilled. This dish was developed in Central Mexico, likely as a result of the adoption of the shawarma meat brought by the Lebanese immigrants to Mexico.

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3. Tacos

taco (Mexican)

A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. A taco can be made with a variety of fillings, including beef, pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables and cheese, allowing for great versatility and variety. A taco is generally eaten without utensils and is often accompanied by garnishes such as salsa, avocado or guacamole, cilantro (coriander), tomatoes, minced meat, onions and lettuce. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taco

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4. Taquito

Rolled Taco, Flauta (Mexican)

Taquito is a Mexican food dish that typically consists of a small rolled-up tortilla that contains filling, including beef, cheese or chicken, flour. The filled tortilla is then crisp-fried or deep-fried. The dish is often topped with condiments such as sour cream and guacamole. Corn tortillas are generally used to make taquitos; the dish is more commonly known as flautas when they are larger than their taquito counterparts, and can be made with either flour or corn tortillas although using corn is more traditional.

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5. Taco Arabe

Arab-Style Taco (Mexican)

The taco árabe, or “Arab-style taco,” is perhaps the most popular fast food in Puebla. Introduced in 1933, the Middle Eastern take on the tortilla-as-delivery system features sliced, spit-roasted pork wrapped in pita-style flatbread. Diners then typically add salt, lime juice, and salsa to taste.

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6. Dorados De Sesos

(Mexican)

Beef brain deep fried tacos

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7. Tostada

(Mexican)

In Mexican usage, tostada usually refers to a flat or bowl-shaped (like a bread bowl) tortilla that is deep fried. It may also refer to any dish using a tostada as a base. It can be consumed alone, or used a base for other foods. Corn tortillas are usually used for tostadas, although tostadas made of wheat flour may occasionally be found. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tostada_(torti…

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8. Torta

(Mexican)

In Mexico, a torta is a kind of sandwich, served on an oblong 15 cm firm, crusty white sandwich roll. Depending on the region, this is called a bolillo, telera, birote, or pan francés. Tortas can be eaten cold or hot, and grilled or toasted in a press in the same manner as a Cuban sandwich. Garnishes such as avocado, chili pepper (usually poblano or jalapeño), tomato, and onion are common. The dish is popular throughout Mexico, and is also available anywhere with a large number of Mexican immigrants. In Northern Mexico, the torta is very frequently called lonche by …

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9. Concha

(Mexican)

Concha is a traditional Mexican sweet bread roll. Conchas get their name from their round shape and their striped, seashell-like appearance. A concha consists of two parts, a sweetened bread roll, and a crunchy topping. Wikipedia

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10. Cafe De Olla

Café De Olla (Mexican)

Café de olla is a traditional Mexican coffee beverage. To prepare café de olla, it is essential to use a traditional earthen clay pot, as this gives a special flavor to the coffee. This type of coffee is principally consumed in cold climates and in rural areas. Wikipedia

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