Recipes to Celebrate Mexico
and culture. These are a few of the most popular dishes to celebrate the Mexican Independence Day with.
This is the most popular soup served during this celebration. It could either be Pozole verde, blanco or rojo. Traditionally topped with shredded lettuce, radishes, and onion, and seasoned with lime juice, oregano and ground piquin pepper. Oh, and don’t forget the corn tostadas!
Quesadillas are a quick and versatile option, as they are made on a griddle and can be stuffed with almost anything, including mushroom, chicken, beef, pork, veggies, beans, and, of course, that delicious melting cheese.
This is a Mexican dish that can be made ahead of time and just reheated for dinnertime. Every region has its own way of making them, wrapped in a banana leaf or cornhusk and filled with vegetables, pork, beef, chicken, cheese or
beans. You will find several options for tamales in the recipe section of the blog.
Also known as “Crispy Taquitos,” Flautas are a favorite here at home, stuffed with shredded beef, chicken, or plain cooked potatoes. Top them with shredded cabbage or lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cream, crumbled cheese and your favorite salsa. Do I need to say more? They’re delicious!
margaritas, and the like.