Why is Mexican food so good?

Chef's answer
Mexican dishes often include items from every food group, including protein, grains and vegetables. They often include protein sources like beans and meat along with vegetables like avocados, tomatoes, peppers and limes. ... Mexican food has many spices and natural flavorings that make it far from bland and boring.
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Mexican chorizo is sold raw and must be cooked prior to eating. ... It can be cooked either in its casing or removed from the casing and cooked like ground meat. Mexican chorizo is a popular grill item but is also used in place of ground beef in tacos, burritos, chili, burgers, soups, and even egg dishes.17 Sep 2020
Mexican dishes often include items from every food group, including protein, grains and vegetables. They often include protein sources like beans and meat along with vegetables like avocados, tomatoes, peppers and limes. ... Mexican food has many spices and natural flavorings that make it far from bland and boring.
Barbacoa (Spanish: [ba??a?koa] ( listen)) is a form of cooking meat that originated in the Arawak-speaking Caribbean with the Taino people, from which the term "barbecue" derives.
These popular dishes use carne asada as a main ingredient:
  • Alambres.
  • Burritos.
  • Carne asada fries.
  • Gorditas.
  • Guaraches.
  • Nachos.
  • Quesadillas.
  • Sopes.
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Dinner is typically much lighter than lunch and is eaten at around 8pm. Usually something simple is prepared in the home kitchen such as quesadillas, tortillas filled with lunch leftovers or sweet bread and atole (drinking custard). Often people head out for tacos or tamales.
The Red color comes from Annatto AKA Achiote (Seeds from the Achiote Tree) ground. You can add packets of Sazon to your spices or you can by prepackaged Fajita seasoning at various Mexican Meat markets that is red.12 Feb 2013
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