Pozole is made with hominy, which is processed corn with the germ removed, and meat, traditionally pork. It's also often made with chicken, especially for those who don't eat pork. The stew is seasoned with a combination of spices, and it's typically topped with garnishes like radishes, avocados and lime juice.
2. Tacos al pastor :
Tacos Al Pastor are thinly sliced pieces of marinated pork that make for the best taco. Serve them up with some sliced onion, pineapple, and cilantro and you have yourself a fantastic dinner your family will devour. Tacos Al Pastor are thinly sliced pieces of marinated pork that make for the best taco.
3. Huevos Rancheros :
Huevos rancheros are fried eggs served on a corn tortilla and smothered with warm salsa. Quick and easy to make! FEATURED IN: A classic Mexican breakfast, huevos rancheros (translated "ranch eggs") are fried eggs served on a lightly fried corn tortillas and smothered in cooked salsa.
4. Discada :
Discada is a mixed meat dish popular in the northern Mexican cuisine. The dish includes a mixture of grilled meats cooked on an agricultural plow disk harrow, hence its name. The basic meats for a traditional discada include beef (usually a flank cut), bacon, ham, sausage, and Mexican chorizo.
5. Menudo :
In Mexican cuisine, Menudo, also known as pancita ([little] gut or [little] stomach) or mole de panza ("stomach sauce"), is a traditional Mexican soup, made with cow's stomach (tripe) in broth with a red chili pepper base.
6. Pescado Zarandeado :
Pescado Zarandeado is a fish that is smothered in chile and spices, then slowly smoke-grilled in mesquite while being continually basted with chiles and spices. It is served with fresh, crisp greens and a Mexican lime and salt dressing.
7. Camarones a la Diabla :
Camarones a la Diabla is a Deviled Shrimp. Diabla sauce is made with rehydrated guajillo and chile de arbol chiles. Then blend the chiles with garlic, onion, and other ingredients to create the sauce. It is so incredibly delicious and ready in minutes.
8. Torta Ahogada :
A torta ahogada (or 'drowned sandwich' in English) is a Mexican sandwich made from a crusty bread roll that's filled with pork carnitas and red onions. It's dipped or “drowned” in a red chile sauce and served with fresh lime wedges.
9. Gorditas de Nata :
Gorditas de nata are clotted cream biscuits. The term gordita literally means “fatty”, referring to the thickness of the biscuit.
10. Carnitas :
Carnitas which means little meats in Spanish is a Mexican pork dish. An inexpensive, heavily marbled cut of pork, such as boneless Boston butt, pork shoulder or picnic ham, is braised or simmered for several hours with seasonings and lard until it is so tender that is can be shredded.