Mexican Food

Traditional Mexican dishes include quesadillas and enchiladas. Aztec and Mayan influences are prevalent in the entrees of Mexico.

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What is the difference between a burrito and a wrap?

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A burrito has the ends folded up creating a pocket, unlike the wrap which has open ends like a taco. ( A burrito hold your food unlike a wrap which always has something falling out the end of it.)
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What is Buche?

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It is the Spanish word for the stomach of an animal. just adding the buche that is sold in tacos is made from pork
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Why is there white mold on chorizo?

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White mould appearing on chorizo is absolutely safe and fine to eat. In fact it is similar to the mould that appears in cheese and will add to the flavour.
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What beer do you serve with Mexican food?

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Dos equus, corona, tecate are a few beers that go with mexican food
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How long should you steam tamales that are wrapped in tamale papers?

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I make tamales all the time! Usually you should steam/boil them for about 15 to 30 minutes.
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How long is taco meat good for in fridge?

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1 week then it gets moldy but in the freezer it lasts 5 weeks
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What is 'kitchen' in Spanish?

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"Cocina" is a Spanish equivalent of "kitchen." The Spanish word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article is 'la" ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is "una" ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "koh-SEE-nah."
Asked in Mexican Food, Storage of Fruits and Vegetables, Guacamole

How long will guacamole last in the refrigerator before spoiling?

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Guacamole should last two to three days in the fridge. The brown you see is from contact with air and is easily remedied by stirring. Mixing in fresh lemon juice or lime juice during preparation also helps with the browning.
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Can uncooked fajitas be frozen?

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i believe not because he veg, when heated up will be soggy and stringy, generally not nice to eat
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Laker fans get free tacos?

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When the Lakers win at home and hold the other team under 100 points, all fans in attendance get a coupon for two free tacos from jack in the box.
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What is in burrito mix?

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the ingredients in burrito mix include : Onions Cumin Tumeric Chili Powder Ketchup Water Romano Beans Black Beans Ground Meat -enjoy! :)
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When were Tacos invented?

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The age of the Aztecs.
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When do they eat on Christmas in Mexico?

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In Mexico the Christmas dinner, eaten on Christmas Eve evening, varies with region. Common dishes are various fruits (oranges, lime, tropical fruits) and salad (composed of several ingredients including jícama, beets, bananas, and peanuts). In several states, however, stews are made: either pozole, made of pork or beef and hominy in red chile sauce; ormenudo made with beef tripe and hominy also in chile sauce. In the center of Mexico, bacalao (codfish) and romeritos (rosemary) prepared with mole are popular dishes. In the north of Mexico the most traditional Christmas dish is tamales served with sauce over them and sometimes cream and a bit of crumbly fresh cheese. For dessert, atole (a thinned hot pudding) with buñuelos (fried flour tortillas sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon), or buñuelos soaked in sugar (piloncillo) and cinnamon water, are served. There are also sweet tamales: corn with raisins or sweet beans, or strawberry flavored. Stuffed turkey or ham are also common.
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What time does chipotle open and close?

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opens at 10 and closes at 9 every day
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Where can you find Chipotle Mexican grill recipes?

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It can be found on the internet under epicurean.com.
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What teens eat in Mexico?

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They eat tostilocos frijoles and lots of Mexican food
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How do you get a microwave burrito to heat evenly?

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I usually defrost mine first and then heat it, flipping it over once in the middle of the cook time. It's heated evenly but usually SCALDING hot...
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Is guacamole a carbohydrate or protein or fat?

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Guacamole is a combination of the three. A food cannot be one or the other.
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How much is a grilled burrito at Taco Bell?

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haha which one the beef or chicken/steak? i think the beef one is 1.59 and the chicken/steak is 3.19
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What is Mexico's traditional crafts?

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Traditional crafts of Mexico that I know of are pottery and weaving, (basket weaving and the weaving of ponchos and blanket.) However, Mexico is also know for beautiful wall murals inside and outside.
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Why are Jack in the Box's tacos so cheap?

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Look inside one and you will see why. There is a little splat of meat and even less cheese or lettuce. It's not worth even what they charge. Go to Taco Bell instead - better product, I think. I agree with this guy above me. there is like nothing those teeny little things you would have to eat like 100 hundred of them to fill you up. that is what I say about it.
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What is the difference between an enchilada and burrito?

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The main difference is the type of tortilla used. Enchiladas are made with corn tortillas, filled with meat, and then covered with sauce. Burritos are made with flour tortillas, filled with a variety of meats and veggies (lettuce, onions, tomatoes, etc.) and rolled into an 'envelope' of sorts that can be held and eaten much like a 'wrap'. There are variations and combinations of these tortillas and ingredients that are usually referred to as 'Tex-Mex'.

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