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Cochinita pibil I Mexikanische Küche


Cochinita pibil I Mexikanische Küche

Cochinita pibil ist ein traditionelles mexikanisches, langsam geröstetes Schweinefleischgericht, welches von der Halbinsel Yucatán stammt.

Bei der Zubereitung der traditionellen Cochinita wird das Fleisch in stark saurem Zitrussaft mariniert, mit Annatto-Samen gewürzt, die dem Fleisch die rote Farbe geben und das Fleisch in Bananenblättern gewickelt und langsam unter der Erde gegart.

Pibil - Essen - Mexiko


Mexican Food in Tulum! - PARADISE CEVICHE and Tacos! | Riviera Maya, Mexico

On this Mexican Food trip, we started in Tulum, Mexico! Stay tuned for the full video series.
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Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico:

My wife Ying and I, and our baby Micah, traveled to Mexico with my friend Carlos and his family. I met Carlos many years ago in University in Phoenix, Arizona, and he’s originally from Sonora, in Northern Mexico. Throughout University, Carlos and I would eat Mexican food non-stop, and we dreamed of traveling in Mexico to experience more. Finally we made this trip happen!

We actually flew into Cancun, and then immediately drove down to Playa Del Carmen where we based ourselves. On our first day we decided to take a day trip to Tulum, a small town on the Riviera Maya coast, and one of the official historical port cities of the Maya.

Taquería Honorio - First things first, we started off with some breakfast tacos at a well known Mexican street food spot in Tulum. I had a mix of four different types of tacos, all of which were extraordinary, but probably the best was the lechon, the roast suckling pig. This is a must eat tacos restaurant when you’re in Tulum.
Price for my plate - 64 MXN ($3.45)

Ruins of Tulum - 70 MXN ($3.77) - One of the main attractions in Tulum are the ancient Mayan ruins. It’s a beautiful place, and what makes it so incredible are not only the ruins, but the fact that they are right up along the gorgeous turquoise Caribbean coast. It was great to walk around, even though it was packed with visitors.

Playa Paraiso - Next we drove over to Playa Paraiso, just down the beach from the Ruins of Tulum, which crystal sparkling water.

Chamico’s - By lunchtime we were all very hungry, so we drove over to a place called Chamico’s a spot I had searched out on Google maps. Just from the photos it looked like a place I needed to go, from the relaxing atmosphere to the amazing fresh seafood. It was just as good as I had imagined. The restaurant was right along the beach, breezy, and the Mexican food was amazing. We had a few plates of ceviche, fried fish, and a shrimp cocktail.
Total price (for 4) - 1,180 MXN ($63.53)

Tulum, Mexico, is a true beach paradise, and it’s an amazing place to visit in Mexico. Thank you for watching!

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Essen in Tijuana (Mexiko) - Die echte mexikanische Küche

Von Los Angeles nach Tijuana mit dem Auto - Wir haben Mexiko besucht und einen ganzen Tag in der Grenzstadt Tijuana verbracht. Wir wollten einmal #mexiko erleben und echtes mexikanisches Essen probieren. Unsere #reisebericht könnt Ihr online lesen.

Mexican Street Food Tour in Mérida - HIDDEN GEMS Restaurants and Attractions in Yucatan, Mexico!

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Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico - Merida is an a beautiful, well organized, clean, and friendly city in Mexico, and the capital of the Yucatan State. We only had one full day in Merida on this trip, and so we wanted to make the most of it. I’m taking you on a one day Mexican street food and attractions tour of Merida!

Taqueria La Lupita - In the morning we first headed to a local market to eat breakfast. Taqueria La Lupita is a very cool breakfast spot where you can eat local Mexican Yucatan food. We tried some tacos de conchinta pibil, panuchos, relleno negro, and mondongo kabi. The panuchos were the winner.
Total price - 238 MXN ($12.64) for all

Maiz, Canela y Cilantro - It’s always good to have breakfast number 2, and this wasn’t a street food spot, but a nice cafe, and great for families. The reason I wanted to come here was to try their version of Huevos Motuleños, a Mexican egg dish originating from a small town of the same name not far away. It was a stunner.
Total price - 300 MXN ($15.94) for all

Plaza Grande and Horse Ride - Moving on to some of the sightseeing and attractions in Merida, we walked around Plaza Grande and took a horse ride to see some sights around the city. It was wonderful, to enjoy Merida from a horse carriage.

Mango - 15 MXN ($0.80) - One our way to the market, we stopped for a mango. Always delicious!

Mercado Lucas de Galvez - For lunch we headed to one of the main markets in the center of Merida called Mercado Lucas de Galvez. After walking around for a while we went upstairs and found a couple friendly aunties who cooked up a storm. We tried their, mole, relleno negro again, and sopa de Lima, which was the ultimate dish of the day for me.
Total price - 300 MXN ($15.94) for all

Restaurant y Cockteleria Tikinxic II - Finally for dinner I had really wanted to try a Mayan fish dish called tikin xic before leaving the Yucatan, so we searched out a Mexican seafood restaurant to try. It was a little outside of the center of the city, but it was pretty good.
Total price - 758 MXN ($40.27) for all

This was a fantastic day of Mexican street food in Merida. Merida is one of the most pleasant cities to explore in Mexico!


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Taco Suadero and Campechano

Suadero (Rindfleisch), Chorizo, Schweinekrustenpulver. Der Taco Campechano ist eine Proteinbombe und ist voller Geschmack!

Mexiko Strasse ist die erste und einzige Taquería in Hamburg.

Chef Miguel Zaldivar und sein Team servieren authentische mexikanische Küche. Bei uns gibt’s kein TexMex!

Wenn du also erfahren willst, warum Tacos keine „Pancakes“ sind (Ja, das hat mal ein Gast gesagt) und Buritos und „Taco Bowls“ nichts mit mexikanischer Küche zu tun haben, dann bist du bei uns richtig!

Abonniere den Kanal für regelmäßige neue Rezepte und besuche uns in der Taquería in Hamburg, St. Pauli!


Cancun Mexico

Cancun Mexico. There are a thousand and one things to do in Cancun. There are many world-class luxury hotels dotted all along the edge of the beautiful Caribbean Sea, and on the other side you have the Nichupte Lagoon with many romantic waterside restaurants and trendy bars. Add a full range of watersports, including some of the world's most exquisite snorkeling and scuba diving, plus championship golf courses and you have a location that will delight even the most discerning traveler.

Cancun Watersports
For watersports enthusiasts, Cancun offers some of the best scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing in the world, owing to the Great Mesoamerican Reef just off the coast of Cancun. This is the second largest reef in the world -- second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Cancun Restaurants and nightlife
In Cancun you have such a varied choice of cuisine, with everything from downtown traditional Mexican restaurants to ultra-chic bistros. You will find something to suit all tastes and budgets and will get fantastic service with a smile wherever you go. Cancun's Hotel Zone is renowned for its nightlife, boasting some of the best nightclubs in the world playing everything from salsa to disco to R & B and live music venues. You will find something to suit all ages and tastes.

Downtown Cancun
Downtown Cancun offers a captivating mixture of tradition and modernity. If you like to enjoy a real local atmosphere in a safe and friendly environment then this is the place to come! In downtown Cancun you will find hotels for all budgets- many small local restaurants offering regional and speciality cuisines and some really cool bars and live music venues. There is a wide choice of shopping venues from the Mercado 28 -- a handicrafts market -- to the super modern shopping mall Plaza Las Americas.

Mayan culture
Cancun's Mayan Culture is its crowning glory. The aura of mystery and majesty still lingers around the Mayan ruins and archaeological sites such as Chichen Itza, Tulum and Coba to mention but a few. These are all within easy reach of Cancun.

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Playa del Carmen : menacés par les orages - Mexique #10

C'était un petit village de pêcheurs il y a encore 25 ans, aujourd'hui c'est l'une des station balnéaires les plus cotée de la Riviera Maya. Playa del Carmen brille par ses grands hôtels luxueux mais aussi par sa simplicité.

Le quartier le plus fréquenté (Quinta Avenida et alentours) offre une expérience agréable et bien que la zone soit très touristique, il reste encore de nombreuses alternatives économiques en terme de nourriture et de logement.

Proches des point d'intérêts tels que Tulum, Akumal, Xcaret et Cancun il est assez aisé de s'y déplacer en navette (ADO ou transporte colectivo).

Je partage ici quelques tips dans ce guide pratique sur un chouette coin du Mexique :)

- Las Camelias, Playa del Carmen (Repas cochinita pibil)
- El Fogón, Playa del Carmen (Tacos al pastor)

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Mexico City Travel Guide

Our Mexico City Travel Guide! This wonderful city is truly the star of one our best episodes ever.

I have never fallen in love with a city quite as quickly as I fell in love with Mexico City. The Mexican capital is everything I want in a city; sprawling, loud, exciting, creative, friendly, and absolutely delicious.

Our Mexico City guide is one of our longest episodes ever and I feel every second is justified as this city has so much to offer. The food section alone is packed full of deliciousness - don't watch on an empty stomach!

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