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6 Mexican dishes to celebrate May 5

The celebration of May 5 may be very popular in the United States, but in the Mexican territory the day is also celebrated with parades and food. It is about commemorating the victory of the Mexican army over the French army, which was better armed, it was said that it was the best army in the world and was determined to invade Mexico.
The Battle of Puebla happened on May 5, 1862, when Benito Juárez was the president and was led by Ignacio Zaragoza. Currently, the Mexican population in the United States celebrates it and in Mexico, in the state of Puebla, an annual military parade is held to commemorate the date. In addition, meetings with typical food are common, such as mole, chiles en nogada or pozole. All this thanks to the Battle of Puebla that is celebrated on May 5 in Mexico.

Step by Step of: 6 Mexican dishes to celebrate May 5

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Tacos de guisado For Mexicans, many times the most practical option when making a meeting are tacos de guisados, as they are inexpensive and profitable. In addition, everyone can bring a stew and thus participate with the meal. The stews that cannot be absent for this type of taquizas are chicharrón in sauce, tinga, rajas or potatoes with chorizo, and they are always accompanied by rice, beans and delicious sauces.
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Enmoladas The mole poblano is one of the star dishes of Mexican gastronomy, so it cannot be missing from the tables for the celebration of May 5. The enmoladas are enchiladas, but with mole either made from scratch, with a recipe inherited by the grandmother, or with mole pasta, traditional in the Mexican markets.
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Chiles en nogada Another very Mexican and typical recipe from the state of Puebla is chiles en nogada. La nogada is a sauce made with walnuts and cream cheese, and it gives a characteristic flavor to these chilies, which are also filled with a hash with a somewhat sweet flavor. Chiles en nogada are definitely the quintessential Mexican dish that is always eaten for Independence Day, but also works perfectly for May 5.
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White Pozole A pozole is also a great dish for this date. It is a broth of pre-Hispanic origin, its name comes from the Nahuatl "pozolli" which means "sparkling" or "boiled" and although there are currently various versions, the white pozole is usually popular. It is made with pork and cacahuazintle corn and its companions are always lettuce, radishes, lemon, onion, oregano and piquín chile.
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Green Enchiladas Making enchiladas is much easier than you might think, since the sauce only requires cooking the ingredients, grinding them in the blender and then frying them with a little oil to then dip the tortillas. On top they have cream, cheese and onion rings.
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Mixiote tacos To make mixiote tacos, simply prepare the marinade and leave the meat to steam. Mixiote tacos are typical in Puebla, but also in Querétaro, Hidalgo, Tlaxcala and Mexico City.
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