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Mexican food general
Post your favorite dishes, as well as ones you'd like to try

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Mexican charcuterie

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Not chicken ones
Because chicken tacos in mexico just dont exist
You can find some chicken tacos in tourist traps other than that absolutlely no luck
You might be able to find a chicken burrito still nearest tourist areas

>> No.14796063

That's why I never order them, they just put them on the menu for gringos.
Tinga tacos are an exception, though.

>> No.14796100

tacos de suadero, that red pork chop thing, chile en nogada, huaraches, picaditas, malquesadas

>> No.14796107


I like "Mexican" food but I won't lie. I would rather eat some touristy, "Americanized" mole chicken than some "authentic" Mexican, God Only Knows what is in this thing.

>> No.14796128

Making pork verde as I write this. Mexican food is my favorite.

>> No.14796778

I love a good suadero. It reminds me of tuna

>> No.14796785

mole poblano
i somehow can't find a place that makes a good mole poblano in houston and it's killing me bros

>> No.14796930

Do most places make it too sweet?
I have that problem here in New York

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Swedish tacos but I guess slightly influenced by mexican tacos

>> No.14797501

You just posted my fav.
Shame it's seasonal.

>> No.14798105

I'm curious, what is it? Presentation wise it looks beautiful.

>> No.14798129

>White sauce
I fucking hate this shit, ranchera sauce is the only correct way

>> No.14798145

You are adapting to Sweden very well Mohammed

>> No.14798259

Chiles en nogada

>> No.14798801

>tacos in mexico don't exist
>you can find chicken tacos
you're a dumbass

>> No.14798805

theres no correct way you faggot. mexican food is a diverse cuisine with different styles

>> No.14798819

I find the more "authentic" mexican cuisine is the blander it is and the less I like it.

>> No.14798876

Fuck off Pablo

>> No.14799067

that is straight up American tacos, at least they got it right unlike other countries. Although i don't see any cheddar/pepper jack cheese

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That's because it's Swedish tacos we don't eat cheddar or memejack cheese but you also like maize/corn, cucumber and tomato on tacos so I guess I can forgive you for such a cheesebased transgression

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>> No.14799114

What do you mean ? They're just grilling chickens and onions.

>> No.14800389

WHy is she so perfect bros

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>> No.14800470

why is this woman cutting pomegranate in a bowl full of water?
why are full pomegranate seeds being used in this dish in the first place?
i guess i can see why this dish is so weird because they are trying to add all the colors of the mexican flag, but honestly they should of just used tomato concasse

>> No.14800515

nobody puts corn or cucumber on a hard shell taco but tomatoes are a must.
Do you use any type of cheese?

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Nah usually go for the tortilla myself, yes usually a shredded domestic cheese either a milder household cheese that children like as well or a more tasty one it depends on who's eating but I guess a lot if ppl buy already grated gouda and the like

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How muxh i love them

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Pomagrates stain iirc
And its easier to remove the kernals from the skin underwater

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>> No.14802691

>chicken tacos don't exist
>chicken tacos exist
Do you even know what you're writing?

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Dat ass
Dat )you(

>> No.14802877

>Because chicken tacos in mexico just dont exist
>You can find some chicken tacos
this doesnt make sense

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Looking for another (ewe)
How desperate

>> No.14802964

Chicken tacos exist everywhere in Mexico.

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Could be incoming flautas de pollo
Or something even better

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Venison birria style

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Al pastor
Any way they are served torta or whatever

>> No.14803734

post the chicken tacos

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Two chicken tacos
That will be 14.99
Would you like a drink with that we have pepsi

>> No.14804230

Are they actually rare in Mexico?

>> No.14804291

I want to sniff a Mexican girl's ass

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>> No.14804851

I left Houston 15 years ago, but Hugo’s had a mole poblano with duck that was pretty incredible. More downscale, there was a place on Telephone Rd that was solid with a more traditional chicken half.

For most kitchens, the economics in making the sauce just aren’t there,

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Come to El Paso for some real mexican food! pic related

>> No.14804939

You're a liar, chilangos will eat chicken every day of the week, they are a dirty filthy people.

>> No.14804946

Pretty sure you can find better in El Paso

>> No.14804952

Not when you're drunk as fuck and just want to eat. Chicos hits the spot. There used be a place near my place that served great menudo, but covid put them out of business.

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Question to Mexicans:
What is your opinion on tex-mex food?

>> No.14804999

>What is your opinion on tex-mex food?

>> No.14805001

Better than actual Mexican food usually

>> No.14805004

t. guero

>> No.14805124

There’s loads of grilled chicken places that give you corn tortillas and salsas on the side with the expectation that you’ll make your own tacos.

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>> No.14805516

average. it's bar food but it isn't horrible. just not as flavorful or diverse as mexican food

>> No.14805519

And there's loads of places around Mexico that sell chicken tacos. They're just not as common as pork tacos.

>> No.14805610

Chicos tacos
Its not what it used to be
Thats all i hear

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Correct, but Whataburger charges out the ass for drunk food, unfortunately. There used to be a great food truck near Coconuts/Dewys that had a fantastic tacos and a "hulk burger" but it seems they did not survive covid ;(

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Id like to hear about ascarate park
When are the better times to hang out with the relatives and enjoy the weather and have a cookout do some drinking
Maybe even go cruising

>> No.14806039

VERY VERY controversial especially with Heather Wilson approving an increase in student fees to deal with the "super fund site" yet no one would have had to pay for is the tower did not fall.
>When are the better times to hang out with the relatives and enjoy the weather and have a cookout do some drinking
IDK. No one cared about the quarantine here.
>Maybe even go cruising
Cruising for what? Vistas, see sunset. Cheap drunk whores, Cincinnati!

>> No.14806058

Both of these look intriguing and delishious. As a Canadian all of our “mexian” food gets filtered through America first.

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Lots and lots of snowbirds come each and every year to the baja region, many stop at molar city aka algodones for dental work /covered by insurance at likely half cost or better in savings
These snowbirds stick around till just past easter then move on further south or back toward the leaf
Leafs are might fine and educated folks
Sadly muricucks have no class

>> No.14806251

Simple, but good
The problem is when people think it represents mexican food as a whole and go “HURR, MEXICANS ONLY USE LIKE THREE INGREDIENTS HOW OVERRATED”

>> No.14806507

>The problem is when people think it represents mexican food as a whole and go “HURR, MEXICANS ONLY USE LIKE THREE INGREDIENTS HOW OVERRATED”
but it's true

>> No.14806520

Just looked it up, it sounds delicious. If I ever get the chance, I'm gonna try it.

>> No.14806537

So I'm curious, does anyone else have trouble eating some Mexican food due to the cilantro in it? I have that thing where it tastes like dish soap, which messes up some of my meals if I eat out. Don't get me wrong, I love Mexican food, I just wish I could eat cilantro.

>> No.14806543

Tbh this can apply to most cultures food.

>> No.14806630

you got the bad genes, nothing you can do about it. It tastes good to some people and other people it tastes like soap

>> No.14806934

Yup, funny thing is that I didn't know it was a thing until recently. Growing up, My dad used cilantro in everything and I'd refuse to eat saying that I didn't like how it tasted. He didn't know about the soap thing either so I guess he thought I was being picky.

Like, I really want to know what it actually tastes like, kinda sucks honestly.

>> No.14807006

hard to beat a nice pozole. too bad it's kind of tricky to get the correct meat for it atm

>> No.14807080

I don't like cilantro but I don't mind it in Mexican food.

>> No.14807384

You can easily make this at home by dunking corn in some mayo, tajin seasoning, and lime juice.

>> No.14807500

i don't get the soap taste but i don't bother to use it either, to me it just tastes almost like parsley, maybe i'm just getting shitty cilantro idk

>> No.14807518

I have the soapy coriander gene too but it's only half intensity or something, it only smells like soap but it doesn't taste bad. For the longest time I just thought a lot of asian restaurants were being hasty and questionably hygienic with their dishes lel.

>> No.14807582

get out of my thread troll

>> No.14807625

>asian restaurants were being hasty and questionably hygienic
well that's just a fact regardless of the cilantro gene

>> No.14807722

>covid put them out of business
another victim to the common cold. what a shame

>> No.14807724

nice try tyrone

>> No.14807733

a lot of restaurants (and other businesses) have gone under here. it's pretty sad.

>> No.14807791

One of my bucket-list dishes to make is mole. Do any Mexican anons have recommendations for how to into mole?

>> No.14807807

try oaxacan, pipian and manchamanteles. three types of moles with different flavors

>> No.14807894

>Do any Mexican anons have recommendations for how to into mole?
What type of mole?

>> No.14807900

>What type of mole?

The kind that goes best with chicken.

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Dat guy who wants mole for his birthday

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>> No.14808245

that looks like shit

>> No.14808247

you should have let the cheese melt out more and get crispy

>> No.14808405

Is Mole Poblano supposed to be sweet and kind of smelly?

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Mole poblano has been over played by the folks at dona maria
Add an enchilada type sauce to make the sweet stuff actually spicy as it should be
Dona maria is ready for the kids table add chile sauce for the adults
Mole poblano when its still pretty good is so absolutly oilly it quite out of hand and its supposed to be that way
Its the same reason its quick to give me heartburn half the time
My cousin
Quite the cook
Kills it in the kitchen, she visits puebla where her kids were born about 3 times a year
Mole, sweetbread, herbs and kitchenware, lots of clothes some aprons
She is somewhat my personal chef whenever im in mexico
And ill be staying in mexico about 3 weeks in about 15 days starting in ensenada for up to 5 days then a few more days in baja then jalisco for another handful of day then puebla for another 7 or so the finally tabasco and fly back from villahermosa
and yes ill be dragging my cousin around till I leave puebla
I end up handing over about 500usd for her troubles and extra funds throughout the year

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>> No.14809045

Muslim and nigger cum in your wifes "taco" is not something you should eat Sweden, no matter how tempted you are

>> No.14809095

This shit is so mind bendingly good I can't stand it. Only had it a few times but I need to start making it at home.

>> No.14809136

nigga are u dumb,
whole fucking CDMX has a shit ton of chicken tacos

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How can your taco look so little like my taco ... And still be a taco worth a damn
It doesnt need to be said but i will say it before anyone who has no idea says otherwise ... My taco is what a taco is meant to be and its delicious

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>CDMX has a shit ton of chicken
Cannot confirm whether chicken is chicken or is stray cat or likely sewer rat seeing that its xwp§
coruption capital of the world

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What is a meal without fresh handmade corn toetillas

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Mas tortillas

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Piss on your plastic bag full of conservatives
Going to stay fresh

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Going to need some midnight sna/ck/s on the regular

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>plastic bag full of conservatives
is that a threat?

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Roasted pig

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I just got the opposite of nostalgia. fuck these things. fuck them so much. they served these as "tacos" in elementary school and it made me violently ill.

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enchiladas Suizas of course

I had some very good crepes in Guanajuato 20 years ago, and grilled snapper in some nowhere town on the southern coast.

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>> No.14810959

I've never had enchiladas that I thought were amazing

>> No.14811067

*making* most moles is very time consuming, completely doable, but get ready to spend all day in it, specially if it is something like black or poblano
Almendrado mole is much easer and can be made in a blender with no problems, I use it in beef tongue.

>> No.14811121

What kind of idiot says chicken tacos don't exist in Mexico? I've gone to 20 states and have eaten them in places that tourists wouldn't dare going to.

>> No.14811277

There are no chickens in Mexico, gringo. Only pollo. I wouldn't recommend it, they're these disgusting dirty birds that not even cats touch.

>> No.14811370

Chicken breast tacos are not commonly eaten in Mexico

>> No.14812482

chicken is not common in tacos but they exist. one of my favorite tacos ive eaten in Mexico were chicken milanesa topped with a chicharron sauce

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>> No.14813049

I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as Taco, is in fact, a method of consumption, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, a way of eating. Tacos are not a dish unto itself, but rather another method of consuming a fully complete dish made edible without tools by the tortilla, sauces and condiments comprising a full meal as defined by traditional food culture.
Many Mexicans eat a modified version of a taco every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of tacos which is widely consumed today is often referred to as a separate dish, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the taco method of eating, developed by the pre-Columbian civilizations. There really is a taco, and these people are eating it, but it is just a way of consuming the dish they are eating.
Taco is the delivery system: the act of putting ingredients in a tortilla, folding it, and using that instead of a spoon or fork to take it to your mouth. The guisado is an essential part of every meal, but useless by itself; it can only be consumed via the use of a manipulation and transportation tool. Tortillas are normally used in combination with the rest of the meal: the whole system is basically a dish with tortillas on the side, or a complete meal. All the so-called “Tacos” are really normal dishes on a tortilla.

>> No.14813069

You can make your own rellenos all year long.

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If you’re not willing to eat offal you don’t deserve to eat meat.

>> No.14813716

Not much for guacamole but that does look good anon

>> No.14813786

wasn't corn invented in america? how is it in any way swedish?

>> No.14814656

Tried about 70 Mexican dishes and aguachile still can't be beat

>> No.14814662

>aguachile still can't be beat

Do you have a favorite recipe?

>> No.14814696

People don't actually like offal though

>> No.14814707

They also do tinga tacos right?

>> No.14814754

5 layer burrito from the bell stunts on any authentic spic food

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I'm a sucker for lingua, it's funny cause I always remember it being really "meh" to me as a kid.
My mom isn't that good at cooking that isn't baking I guess, because I fucking love it now.
My local place has been becoming a small chain and each location is a bit different. If you're in Grand Rapids I recommend the one on burton, not only do they make the most balanced burrito but their tomatillo sauce is the best I've had. I used to go to the one on Bridge st for convenience but decided to stop going after I had a gun stuck in my face twice in one summer.

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>Tortillas are normally used in combination with the rest of the meal:
Geez post so wordy
And to say so little
The quoted section is very far off .... Tortilla/corn is the meal the other stuff is the seasonings
Being so scientific is sillly
Stop before you faill to enjoy the experience
Mexico is a crazy place always has been always will be
And trying to make sense of it all is a lost cause

>> No.14816251

>People don't actually like offal though
Faggot tier bloodlines
Nearly every family i known has had liver at a minimum, not saying the like it but have eaten it if nothing else its a place to start

>> No.14816416

What is the name of the cheese that mexican restaurants usually use to make queso?

>> No.14816780

I've noticed something very strange whenever I try to make homemade corn tortillas. Recipes online typically tell you to use a 3:4 ration of water to masa harina when making the dough. For me, this always ends up making the dough way too dry. I end up needing to use closer to a 1:1 ratio of water to masa harina. Is this typical? I don't think I'm buying a weird brand of masa harina or anything.

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Making Tacos tonight!

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Go on

>> No.14818378

Kraft cheese product

Serial 000927637900p9b

>> No.14818382 [DELETED] 

I hate how Europeans and by Europeans I mean specifically Nordic and German faggots have to put their nationality in front of everything.

>hehehe nice youtube video greetings from Germany
>hehehehe look at these tacos I made look I am Swedish please accept me Mexicans

white people are fucking disgusting and always looking for positive feedback from lesser countries

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Ill have a few more

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>straight up American tacos
Those are (not quite) equivalent to skyline chili, which is most definitely not "American chili". Pic related, some American tacos from my locale. Also, this is not Mexican food. This is southwestern food.

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Good taco times

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Tostilocos and everything like it

>> No.14819368

this is really aesthetically pleasing

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They use a 3:4 ratio because if you do 1:1 it gets too loose. so you do 3:4 and then add water in as you knead to get the perfect texture.

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That may help any newbies
For me masa for tortillas is like a consistency of a mudpie only with a slightly mushier texture
This lady does let the masa rest a short time after mixing before use and the result shown was pretty nice

>> No.14819704

Where's the fukn chorizo ya dirty smelly garden working bastards

>> No.14819935

Fuckin Thrace leches. I love that shit.

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Panuchads report in

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Here is your chorizo

>> No.14820461

post the pics

>> No.14821132

figures the mexican who thinks chicken tacos don't exist in mexico is posting the most basic pics

>> No.14821231

no te tiendes

>> No.14821319

I wonder what's the next big mexican dish that's going to be made. I know aguachile was the latest one, that came out of Sinaloa and is now everywhere in the states and all over Mexico. I'm thinking birriamen is next

>> No.14821471

I'm british, so we obviously don't have a great selection of mexican cuisine to sample. I've made a few recipes like enchiladas, which were pretty great, but I've never made tacos.

Are the ones with the hard, Dorito like shell the American version and the more "authentic" version ones like this >>14803307
with a soft tortilla and just some meat and cilantro?

>> No.14821502

Hopefully something with vegetables
But is aguachile really that recent of a creation?

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>> No.14821518

Aguachile is not recent at all wtf. And jap/asian mexican fusion is the next big thing.

>> No.14821537

It was made in the 70-80s so technically it isn't new but it's the most recent big mexican dish made.

>> No.14821550

Ah okay, the American version is the one we have kits for then. Is there a good recipe for the mexican version? I'm assuming there's more to it than fry beef- add to taco

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That is the shortchanged cocktail right where half of the ingredients never made it to the kitchen

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