Mexico meets Kikkoman Soy Sauce
Mexico is “the home of the chillies”. But much more than that: The country's traditional cuisine combines pre-Columbian and Spanish, but also French, Arabic, Caribbean and other influences. In addition to the mild to fiery hot chillies, the typical menu includes many other fruits and vegetables – such as corn, beans and avocados.
In addition, depending on the region, meat and poultry are served just as frequently as all kinds of fresh fish. The Mexican national dish is Mole Poblano con Pollo, which consists of poultry with a sauce of chilli, various spices and a “secret ingredient”, namely chocolate.
A delicious combination of two traditional kitchens
Quick Mexican cuisine
Many dishes of Mexican cuisine are also a good choice if you are in a hurry. Tacos, for example, are a Mexican snack that is also very popular in this country: The rolled corn tortillas can easily be filled with various delicacies and are ready in no time.
Alternatively, the thin wheat tortilla wraps, that are served warm and are often filled in Mexico, as well, are ideal for snacking.