Mexican cuisine

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Mexico has a style of food known as Mexican cuisine. Its intense and varied flavors, colorful decoration, and variety of ingredients make it special. It differs from region to region, a great example of this is huevos rancheros which contains numerous regional varieties.[1] It is based on ancient traditions, combined with culinary trends introduced by Spanish, French, Italian, and Chinese. Mexican Restaurants can be found all over the world, but just a few use authentic techniques and ingredients. Mexican cuisine restaurants can be found all over the world, several have even been highly successful from an economic point-of-view; Taco Bell, Chili's, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Qdoba Mexican Grill, El Pollo Loco, and others.

In the United States, New Mexican and Sonoran cuisines are an evolution of their root styles of the former Spanish colony of Santa Fe De Nuevo México in the states of New Mexico in America and Sonora in Mexico, and Texas' Tex-Mex food is a combination of Coahuila's cuisine blended with Creole/Cajun and Appalachian foods, while California's original cuisine type is mostly alive solely south-of-the-border in Baja California, California's modern Cali-Mex is a more modern and American interpretation of Mexican foods: In the United States, several variations exist, on the authentic model;


  1. Huevos rancheros on the New Mexico Cultural Encyclopedia, Lexicon, and News
  2. What is Sonoran-style Mexican Food? from Roving Decanter
  3. Cuisine on the New Mexico Cultural Encyclopedia, Lexicon, and News
  4. California Mexican section on Maps of World