Many will agree that trying new food when travelling around the world is one of the best things to do. Traditional Mexican food is definitely worth trying, from their delicious desserts to their mouth-watering spices and mains. So when you book your next holiday to Mexico, you can look forward to sampling their most famous foods! Check out our favourites.
Fried Ice Cream
Odd but very tasty, it is a scoop of ice cream rolled in a breading or batter and fried until crisp. It is not a traditional Mexican dessert but it has become associated with the Mexican cuisine. It is best served at the end of a meal to cleanse the palate. You can have it with fruit, cream or even fried tortilla sprinkled with cinnamon! This is definitely a dish you cannot miss.
Mexican Grilled Corn
Grilled corn is a popular Southern tradition best enjoyed with family at barbecues or picnics and it is easy to make! Grill your corn, add a bit of butter, salt or even spice for an extra kick. This could go with a dish as a side or an easy snack whilst you wait for dinner. It is a popular street dish and once tried you can see why people cannot get enough of it!
Mexican Courgette and Squash
Courgette is one of the easiest vegetables to grow and can be enjoyed with a bundle of flavours, spices and textures. It is served still warm with sweet corn, chilli beans, peppers and feta cheese. This is a healthy dish that everyone should try, simply add your favourite spices and cheese and enjoy this as a light lunch or even an evening snack while sat on a warm Mexican beach!
This is not only a favourite in Mexico, but in Britain as well – and for good reasons! Chicken fajitas are the perfect dish to stir up and appetite for the whole family. The perfectly grilled chicken combined with the peppers and spices is heaven in a wrap. If you are not a fan of chicken then beef is a great alternative. Some people like to add a bit of cheese and sometimes even guacamole to the wrap to make it a complete mixture of Mexican classics!
Who doesn’t love nachos! The golden triangles covered in sour cream, salsa, jalapenos, cheese or anything you can get your hands on. For the perfect finish, plate it all up and put it under the grill to melt the cheese and brown the chips to make the perfect batch.
These are some tips to help first time travellers in Mexico, so what are you waiting for? Book your holiday to Mexico today and enjoy an unforgettable feast!