Beyond Tacos: Unveiling the Flavors of Mexico in 7 Delectable Dishes

Let's look at the best foods that Mexicans eat without further ado.


Fried corn tortillas cut into quarters make up chilaquiles. Either green or red salsa is used to top them off.

Chiles en Nogada

The history of the dish can be found in a few different places.

Chiles en Nogada

According to a folktale from the area, nuns made Chiles en Nogada to commemorate Mexico's independence.


This is a ubiquitous street snack that is quite popular in Mexico. It's corn on the cob, but presented in a whole new way.


A steam-driven whistle can alert you to the presence of camote if you happen to be in Mexico City. This is a typical street meal from Mexico.


If you're craving something sweet, try concha, which is sweet bread from Mexico. To put it simply, it's sweet bread with a crispy cookie shell on top.


The indigenous people have been consuming pulque, an alcoholic beverage made from fermented agave plant, for more than 2,000 years.


The solution to environmentally responsible wrapping is tamales. Here, savory or sweet contents are stuffed into corn bread.