Tag Archive for: Mexican Cuisine
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Champorada is an chocolate rice pudding which is very popular in the Philippines. It is basically rice which is mixed with a special local chocolate called Tablea ( Tablet shaped chocolate) and sugar. This pudding dates back to the 17th century when the Spanish was occupying the Philippines. At that time there was this trade called galleon trade which linked Mexico with the Philippines.
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Mexican rice, also known as Spanish rice, is a very common rice in Mexico especially northern Mexico. This is spicy and savoury dish and is popular not only in Mexico but also outside. In Mexico, this dish is not referred as Mexican rice or Spanish rice. It is referred as arroz which means rice or arroz rojo which means res rice.
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Barbacoa is slow-cooked meat that is seasoned with chilies and Mexican spices and when its done, it is so tender and juicy. It is believed that barbacoa is originated centuries ago in an island country which is Barbados. Its name was created by Portuguese in 16th century. The word barbados is derived from words Los Barbadoes which means bearded.
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Stuffed Capsicum is a special type of vegetarian dish which is based on mice of beef, but you can also try mutton mince or chicken mince. This sweet delightful dessert (Stuffed Capsicum) is originated from Spanish Cuisines but some food historians say it is a part of Mexican Cuisine which is located in North America. In India from Indian Subcontinents’ this dish is called “Bharva Shimla Mirch”
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Chicken Enchiladas is one of the finest Mexican dishes in Mexico. In simple words, the word Enchilada means “dipped in chili”. An American magazine of cuisine detailed that enchiladas are made by a chef of Mexico and prepared as a snack for tourists or for local people.
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The Cornish pasty is a baking recipe that we bake in an oven. There are many alternatives of Cornish pasty one of them is Meat pie, the meaning of word, meat pie also the same as Cornish. this dish (Chicken Enchiladas) is actually originated from British Cuisine.
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Today, Mexican cuisine consist of the mixture of Spanish and indigenous cuisine. Fajitas are known as one of the most famous Mexican food. The word ‘fajita’ is derived from Spanish word ‘faja’ which means ‘belt’.
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In Cameroon, there are foreign restaurants owned and controlled by Cameroonians. For example, there are chines, Mexico and Nigerian restaurants in Cameroon. Today, it is about Mexican cheesy rice.