Rose Burillo – Delicious Mexican Dishes to Try
When you get to Mexico the first temptation is of course to go crazy with tacos, and it is certainly something which I would recommend. Once you have had your fill of these delicious little parcels of joy however, there are some truly sensational Mexican dishes which you should look to try. i have spent a lot of time in Mexico and tried just about every dish that I could get my hands on. These are certainly my favorite dishes and they are the choices which I’d recommend to anyone who is looking to spend some time in this amazing country.
Pozole is a delicious stew which can be found throughout the country and it is absolutely delicious. The stew is made using a chicken broth in which they cook maize kernels, along with some vegetables and some slow cooked shredded chicken. When you dress the stew you generally add in some lettuce, some radish, some spicy salsa and some lime, and then top it all off with some crumbly white cheese, absolutely delicious.
I have tried enchiladas all over the country and they always taste a little bit different, and they always taste absolutely amazing. Basically these are like small tacos which have been covered in a gorgeous tomato sauce, either red or green, and then bathed in gooey cheese. This is comfort food if ever I have tried it and I would certainly recommend that you do too.
Esquites With Tuetano
On an evening throughout Mexico you will find these small little stands that sell corn, both in a single piece and prepared in a small cup. The prepared corn is the best, a cup full of it with mayonnaise, some spicy powder and plenty of lime. The best version of this which I have tried to date features what is called tuetano, which is the marrow of a beef bone. What they do is cook the sweetcorn in the juices of the bone and then when they serve it they scrape out the marrow and add it to the corn. This is delicious and something you will want to keep trying time and time again.
Chiles en Nogada
My friend Rose Burillo gave me my first try of this dish and I have to say that it just blew me away. The flavor profile of this dish is slightly odd but they really do work well together. The dish is a large poblano chili which has been stuffed with beef mince that has been cooked with some veg. On top of the chili you will find pomegranate seeds which are then dressed with some sour cream. Additionally they will put some walnuts in the beef mixture and to dress the plate. The colors are like the Mexican flag and it is a dish which you will never have had before anywhere else in your life.