When you think of Mexican food, you generally feel of spicy tacos, gooey enchiladas, tamales, a side order of rice and refried beans, and crispy salty chips served in significant dishes on the table. Mexican food is so considerably much more than these basic staples.
Grilled beef, seafood, turkey, or chicken with sautéed vegetables and fresh salsa.
Attempt guacamole with cucumber or jicama slices to dip.
Try ceviche – seafood that has been marinated with citrus juices and served with chopped bell pepper, onions, and parsley.
Fajitas (with no the tortilla) – sautéed chicken, beef, turkey, or seafood with bell peppers, onions, and tomatoes with fresh salsa.
Attempt chicken with a mole sauce (a mixture of chiles, spices, and chocolate. Yes, chocolate! Truly. Try it. It is so scrumptious).
Try chili verde – a spicy pork stew with tomatillos (a vegetable resembling green tomatoes).
We are all familiar with the word chili, but the word verde may possibly be unfamiliar and means green.
Tostada Salads – These are okay if you skip the shell.
Margaritas – Inquire if there is a sugar-no cost version of them. Several restaurants have them (you just have to inquire).
If you like flour tortillas, attempt corn tortillas rather.
If you like the chorizo (fried sausage), attempt grilled chicken or seafood as a substitute.
If you like the sour cream, try the fresh salsa or pico de gallo as an alternative.
If you like gooey cheesy quesadillas, try fajitas rather with sautéed chicken, steak, or turkey and vegetables.
If you like the tacos, attempt a taco or fajita salad with out the tortilla shell.
If you like the flautas, try beef, turkey, or chicken enchiladas with red sauce or fresh salsa.
Can I have that with the corn tortillas rather?
Can I have that with out the tortilla shell?
Can I have the margarita without having sugar, or can you use a sugar substitute with it?