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The Popularity Of Mexican Food

The Popularity Of Mexican Food

Mexican food has been popular as long as it been around and is enjoyed in any Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas, Dallas, Mexico City, north, south, east and west, wherever it can be found. Originally, Mexican food originates from none other than Mexico and is popular for spicy flavorings and colorful ingredients. There are definitely staples of a typical Mexican dish, such as a side of flavored rice and a side of beans either refried or black beans. Mexican food often uses tomatoes, guacamole, and flour or corn tortillas to create savory dishes.

Beans and/or corn are found in nearly every Mexican food dish. The corn is used in so many aspects of creating the ideal dish, such as in recipes for gorditas, tamales, tortillas, and eaten fresh as a side dish or to be used in chili in a cup. Spicy flavoring comes from frequently used herbs such as cilantro, cinnamon, oregano, and chili powder and rare is the Mexican dish in a Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas that doesn contain at least one of these spices.

Another popular ingredient in Mexican food is, surprisingly enough to some, honey. Honey is used in several traditional Mexican beverages and desserts and used with sopapillas.

Though corn is widely popular and used in pretty much every conceivable Mexican recipe, rice comes in as a close second in use and popularity. Rice is a frequent side dish and used as a filler in many enchiladas or inside of fajitas. There are many ways to season the rice to give it an authentic flavor, but it rarely, if ever, served plain and white.

Cheese is also a must and is used in multiple pounds in any Mexican Restaurant in Las Vegas on any given day. Various cheeses are used in each Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas to create a unique blend for tortillas and enchiladas.

Finding the best Mexican food in a specific city or town is often quite the challenge. Many people have very particular tastes and opinions when it comes to truly delicious Mexican food. Some people refuse to eat any unless it is truly authentic and made by those of Mexican descent who follow very traditional recipes. Others prefer more modern or slightly altered Mexican recipes with new twists and even with European or American influences. Take a chance on some of the best food around by enjoying one of many Mexican Restaurants in Las Vegas, and give yourself a taste of something special.