What is the difference between Mexican saffron and spanish saffron?
There is a slight difference in color, but a great distance between their countries of origin.
Saffron is the stigma of the saffron crocus flower which is used in Mexican and Spanish cooking. The dish it is most notably used in is paella.
Mexican isn't a language. People in Mexico speak Spanish, too. So, I guess no; there is no difference.
Saffron is the stigma of the saffron crocus flower. It is one of the rarest spices in the world. Spanish saffron is generally mellower in color and flavor than Iranian saffron.
A lot of the slang words!
Spanish people are from Spain while Mexican people are from Mexico. Hope this helps!
Spain's Spanish is often called Castilian Spanish. Mexican Spanish is less formal than Castilian.
Ones spanish. The other is mexican. Even though they both speak spanish they are different.
There are many "Mexican" languages, and some parts of Mexico don't speak Spanish. Some still speak languages that the Mayans, Olmecs, Aztecs e.t.c. used to speak!
well firat of all Mexico speaks mexican. THEY learn english we learn......spanish
It is the same: Good Day. "Buenos Dias" means, literally, good days.
a villa is ground level. it comes from spanish/mexican for dwelling. a condominium can be on ground level, but is always in a high rise building
Pulao is a traditional Mexican or Spanish food. It has rice, lots of vegetables and seafood. Fried rice is Asian and does not have as many vegetables in it. It has no seafood in it.
Chicano refers to Mexican-Americans specifically. Latino and Hispanic to my understanding can be used interchangeably and refers to anyone of Latin-American or Spanish descent.
Spanish originates from Latin that is the difference Spanish use words and suffixes from Latin.
A Mexican tortilla is either made from mainly flour or corn and is a flat type of bread (pan). A spanish tortilla (Spain) is similar to the American omelette. There are several types of Spanish tortillas depending on what is placed in them, or there is a tortilla de patatas which is like a potato cake made from eggs and potatoes that is seasoned with usually either bacon, vegetables, onion or tuna.
Broadly; but there are differences of pronunciation, intonation, vocabulary. - 'c' before 'e' or 'i', for example, also 'z' in general, is pronounced 'th' (as in 'thin') in Castilian, and 's' in Mexican (and Latin American) Spanish. - There is more of a lilt or song to Mexican Spanish. - Odd variations include 'vos' instead of 'usted'; 'rancho' for 'hacienda', etc. - There are a certain few words in Mexican Spanish that come from native… Read More
Mexican is a nationality; Latino is used in the US as a more generic term that refers to Spanish-speaking people and also includes other nationalities such as Spaniards, Puerto Ricans or Cubans.
Mexicans are from Mexico and Spaniards are from Spain. Mexico is in North America and Spain is in Europe. Spanish is the name of a language that oroiginates in Spain and is spoken in many other countries, including in Mexico. Mexican is a word referring to a person from Mexico, or to something that is related in some way to Mexico. Spaniards are Caucasian and Mexicans can be Caucasian or of Native American descent, or… Read More
The best place is Iran. There are also Spanish Saffron from Mexico which is almost the same, not as flavorful but rich in color like Iranian Saffron, for lot less than Persian Saffron.
my guess - typical - spanish foods but not mexican. there IS a difference ya know.
Well there is MAYBE a difference between these horses. The Spanish Mustang is MAYBE alittle smaller then the Mustang. The Mustang is alittle taller than the Spanish Mustang.
No, that was the Mexican American War.
there is no difference... there are the same thing.
Mestizo is a racial definition, while Mexican is a nationality. Mestizos are people of both Native American AND white Caucasian ancestry; they are the product of interracial marriages between Spanish conquistadors and Native American peoples during the Age of Exploration. Now, Mexican would be the term to define anybody born in Mexico, or from Mexican parents. Therefore, you can have mestizos of Mexican, Guatemalan, Colombian or Peruvian nationality, and Mexicans of white, Amerindian, mestizo and… Read More
In most aspects the only difference is pronuciation. Also, in the verb Ser (To be) in Argentina they use "Vos Sos" - You are for example
They both have lived on Mexican land. The Aztecs before the Spanish wiped them out and then the Spanish lived there after they had wiped out the Aztecs lol
Tu Madre Wey!
There is no difference
Its Mexican/Spanish equivalent is 'Maria'
I guess you mean language; yes it is but with some differences in pronunciation. Those differences between Mexican Spanish and Castilian Spanish are like the differences found between British English and American English.
She is Mexican-Spanish. Her father is Mexican, her mother is Spanish.
first of all its not Mexican its spanish. Fire in SPANISH is fuego
they speak Spanish
The independence in Mexico was between the Spanish and Mexican people which started on September 16,1810.
There no such language as Mexican! its Spanish. The Spanish form of "Nicole" is "Nicola".
What is the difference between can and do in questions like Can you speak Spanish and Do you speak Spanish?
In this case both sentence mean the same. There is no important difference as far as I see it.
The difference between them is that the spanish had guns and billion dollars worth of ruins that they stole from the Incas and the Aztec only had bows and arrows and they traded to buy foods and everything.
There's no such language as "Mexican". If you mean Spanish, carlinale has no meaning in Spanish. It's not a Spanish word.
can you tell me
There is no difference between cilantro and coriander seeds, because cilantro and coriander are two names for the same plant. Cilantro is merely the Spanish name for a plant that is known in English as coriander. The term Cilantro is popular for the fresh leaves of the plant in America because most Americans are only familiar with the use of the fresh leaves in Mexican cuisine, where it's known by the Spanish name.
No. "Spanish" is a language and an ethnicity, while "Mexican" is only the latter.
Spanish food is not spicy in the sense that Mexican food is spicy. Most dishes only contain salt, black pepper corns, garlic, and onion. Pimenton ( a sweet paprika), bay leaf, saffron, carrot, and celery are also used.
There is no difference between a donkey and a burrow. "Burrow" is Spanish for donkey. They are two different names for the same animal.
Castellano typically refers to a collection of European Spanish dialects that are spoken in Northern and Central Spain. Grammar and pronunciation can vary between European Spanish dialects and Mexican Spanish dialects.
"Eres mexicano"= 'You are Mexican' "Soy mexicano" = 'I am Mexican'
Mexican music includes Spanish instruments. (Study Island Answer)
There is no real difference in how the words are used by Spanish means a person from Spain while Latino is used to refer to people from Latin America
There is no such language as Mexican, but the indigenous "Mexican" language would be Nahuatl, which was outlawed after the Spanish Conquest. It is currently a regional language spoken by 1.5 million Mexican people.
They both speak different languages.
thats the reasdon