Yucatecan authentic taste
Did you know that the Yucatecan gastronomy is Intangible Cultural Heritage of the state?
When talking about Mexican gastronomy, it would be impossible to leave aside The Culinary Art Of Yucatecan Cuisine. This gastronomy has its origins in the south area of Mexico, the result of a mix of ingredients and condiments that came from different countries such as Spain and the middle east.
The Culinary Art Of Yucatecan Cuisine
Picture yourself in Valladolid, a colonial city located in the east of the Yucatan Peninsula which also has the distinction of Pueblo Magico, a recognition granted by the Secretary of Tourism to the Mexican states that have managed to conserve their cultural and historical wealth.
From the XV century until the end of the XVI century the Spaniards carried out the conquest of Mesoamerica, a territory that was occupied by the Mayan civilization.
Currently, the state counts with the second most crucial population of Mexico. Their colorful houses, peculiar embroideries and particular textiles and their exclusive gastronomy make of Yucatan one of the most beautiful and unique places to visit in Mexico.
As mentioned before, and as Maricela Osorio, manager of La Casona de Valladolid says, the exquisite Yucatecan gastronomy is a combination of local cuisine and Arabic-Spanish influences.
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In La Casona de Valladolid, visitors have the opportunity to delight themselves from the most delicious Yucatecan buffet in the area, as it offers an extended list of traditional dishes of the states of Yucatan, Quintana Roo, and even Campeche.
After visiting Chichén Itzá, one of the seven wonders of the world, and finding yourself completely immersed in Mayan culture, you will be able to complete the experience by tasting the authentic Yucatan flavor.
When talking about the spices that are used in the Yucatecan cuisine, we should mention two essential ingredients from which the Yucatecan food gets its distinctive flavor. White and red achiote with sour orange. The mixture of these two different elements is always present on the typical dishes of the Yucatecan cuisine.
The cochinita pibil, panuchos, lime soup or stuffed cheese, are just some of the hundreds of dishes that you can try at La Casona.
The combination of these ingredients with chicken, pork, beef and fish result on the most delicious and colorful dishes, a mixture of new exotic flavors.
Try them yourself!
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