The history of Mexican Cuisine is a long and assorted one. It is trusted that valid Mexican cusine may have been gotten from the Mayan Indians. They were customarily migrant seekers and gatherers. Corn tortillas with bean glue were a typical food. However they additionally ate wild, tropic organic products, and fish.
In the mid 1300's, The Mayan food staples were still being used, stew peppers, nectar, salt and chocolate discovered its way into their cooking - turkey and duck, is wild birds but now they are domesticated.
In 1521 Spain attacked Mexico. Spanish nourishments had the most effect on the Mexican food. They presented new domesticated animals, like sheep, pigs and bovines. They carried with them dairy items, garlic and various herbs, wheat and flavors. It was as of now that the Mexican individuals saw the digestion of numerous different cooking styles including Caribbean, South American, French, West African and Portuguese. As a result of this Mexican nourishments today are different, yet dishes to shift from district to area.
The early locals of Mexico did not have broilers, rather they warmed food over and in open fire, utilizing cast iron skillets and ceramics. Another technique was steaming. They would suspend meat wrapped in cactus plant or banana leaves, over boiling water in a profound pit. Frying was additionally is a popular method of cooking.
Mexican cooking is as mind-boggling as other old foods, for example, those of China and Japan, with methods and abilities, created more than a great many years of history. It is made for the most part with fixings local to Mexico, and also those brought over by the Spanish conquistadors, with some new impacts from that point forward. Notwithstanding staples, for example, corn and chile peppers, local fixings incorporate tomatoes, squashes, avocados, cocoa and vanilla, and in addition fixings not for the most part utilized as a part of different foods, for example, palatable blossoms, vegetables like huauzontle and papaloquelite, or little criollo avocados, whose skin is consumable.
Vegetables assume a critical part of Mexican food. Regular vegetables incorporate zucchini, cauliflower, corn, potatoes, spinach, swiss chard, mushrooms, jitomate (red tomato), green tomato, and so forth. Other conventional vegetable dishes incorporate chile rellenos, huitlacoche (corn growth), huauzontle, and nopalitos (desert flora leaves) to give some examples.
European commitments incorporate pork, chicken, meat, cheddar, herbs, and flavors, and also a few natural products.
Tropical natural products, a considerable lot of which are indigenous to Mexico and the Americas, for example, guava, thorny pear, sapote, mangoes, bananas, pineapple and cherimoya (custard apple) are prominent, particularly in the middle and south of the nation.