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Name Ideas for a Mexican Restaurant
|The Tasty Quesadilla||Bigotes y Sombreros||El Plato Caliente|
|Tequila N’ Taquitos||Macho Tacos||El Ranchero|
|Las Tapas||Rancho Grande||Mi Ranchito|
|Tacos DF||El Super Burrito||¡Olé, Olé, Olé!|
|Los Amigos Restaurante||The Enchilada Man||Cocina Cancún|
Read on to learn about all the most obvious signs that you’re eating at a fake Mexican restaurant . They have only one salsa. There are random Spanish words on the menu. You can’t order corn tortillas. The tortillas don’t taste fresh. Your beef is crumbly. The tacos looks like a salad. You can order tacos in a hard shell.
Grilled proteins are typically some of the lowest-calorie foods at a Mexican restaurant, as long as they’re paired with smart side dishes. Choose grilled seafood, chicken or steak with a side of black beans or grilled or sauteed vegetables .
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Most common Mexican boys’ names José Luis . Juan . Miguel Ángel . José Francisco . Jesús . Antonio . Alejandro .
Don’t leave Mexico without trying… Chilaquiles. This popular traditional breakfast dish features lightly fried corn tortillas cut into quarters and topped with green or red salsa (the red is slightly spicier). Pozole. Tacos al pastor. Tostadas. Chiles en nogada . Elote. Enchiladas . Mole.
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maize-based tortillas, not wheat tortillas. soft tacos, not crisp taco shells. white cheese ( like cotija or fresh cheese) instead of yellow (cheddar) cheese. cooked corn grains and complete corn cobs rather than salsas and dishes with sweet corn as an ingredient.
In Spanish, fajita is a form of the word “faja” which translates to “belt” or “girdle” in English. The fajita is truly a Tex-Mex food (a blending of Texas cowboy and Mexican panchero foods ). The Mexican term for grilled skirt steak is arracheras, and its American counterpart is fajitas .
Ah queso , perhaps the most heavenly appetizer to exist, but alas, not Mexican , at least not the delicious cowboy kind you’re used to.
A great way to eat healthily at a Mexican restaurant is to choose grilled foods. Instead of ordering a chimichanga or taquito, opt for steak, chicken or shrimp fajitas . Fajitas are much healthier than fried items but are just as filling; they taste even better when flavored with peppers and onions.
Healthier choices include chicken fajitas, bean burritos, grilled chicken dishes with peppers and onions (hold the cheese!), or a soft taco. Choose soft over crunchy. The crunchy dishes on the menu are likely to be fried and full of fat. 1 Ask your waiter not to bring pre- meal chips and salsa.
“Traditional food that’s served in Mexico today (especially in Mexico City) generally isn’t that healthy ,” says Wilson. “Most things are pork-based, with vegetables cooked in lard. But if you take a step back through history to before the Spanish arrived, the Mexican diet was largely plant and grain based.