How does real Mexican food (what you'd get in Mexico) differ from the "Mexican" food you get in Texas?
- GypsyfishLv 72 years ago
Mexican cuisine is very varied, like the cuisines of most countries. It's regional, too, with different specialities in different areas. You'll find wonderful fresh seafood along the Pacific coast, and very complex sauces in Mexico City. One of the best series I ever saw on Mexican food was done by BBC with Rick Stein. I think it's on YouTube. One of my favorite dishes is from the Puebla area- Chiles en Nogada- large, mild peppers stuffed with ground pork, pine nuts and sometimes fruit, with a complex cream sauce and pomegranate seeds.
- Jake No ChatLv 72 years ago
Much spicier. More home-made.