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Cochinita pibil I Mexikanische Küche

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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.

Ancient MAYAN FOOD - Jungle Cooking in MAYA VILLAGE in Quintana Roo, Mexico!

Ancient Mayan food in Quintana Roo, Mexico!
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One of the experiences I really wanted to have when I visit the Quintana Roo state of Mexico, was to learn about, cook, and eat authentic ancient Mayan food. So we rented a van, and drove over to the small jungle Mayan village of Chunhuhub, to meet up with Kíichpam K'áax ( who are aiming to preserve their Mayan culture.

It was about a 3.5 hour drive to get to Chunhuhub from Playa Del Carmen, so by the time we arrived we were all pretty hungry. We walked through the milpa (Mesoamerican crop growing system), and finally to the kitchen within the jungle of the property.

They were already busy cooking, preparing a few traditional Mayan foods, like a variety of tamales and cochinita pibil. They prepared everything to be cooked in the pib, the ancient Mayan traditional way of cooking - an underground hot rock oven (there are many cultures around the world who have used or still use a similar underground cooking technique).

Tok-sel - One of the most fascinating dishes they cooked was white beans, and they took a hot rock out of the fire, stuck it into the pan with the beans, and roasted them with the rock. It was incredible to see, and the beans had an incredible ummai flavor to them. They were delicious especially when paired with freshly made corn tortillas.

Achiote (annatto) - An interesting ingredients, used commonly in Mayan food and cooking, is achiote, a pod filled with red / orange fruit. It has a slight pepper and lemony taste, and also makes everything that uses it, bright orange.

Cochinita pibil - One of the main ingredients in cochinita pibil is achiote. They had pre-marinated it, and it cooked underground as well. The flavor of the pork was amazing, and with tortillas, onions, and salsa, it was truly support.

We had a number of different tamales as well, all of which were totally different from any tamales I’ve ever had. They were hearty and packed full of corn and beans, and very filling. They were a little on the dry side, but I fully enjoyed learning about them, and watching them being made. The different leaves, including the hoja santa, was great to learn about.

Special thanks to Centro Ecoturistico Kíichpam K'áax ( for putting everything together. They have an eco lodge and offer various off the beaten path activities like this.
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Thank you for watching this food in Mexico - ancient Mayan food video. It was an incredible experience to learn, cook, and eat, traditional Mayan food!

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MONSTER Street Food in Mexico 🍤SATISFYING Street Food Tour Of The BEST Mexican Street Food! AMAZING

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The Yucutan Peninsula is full of satisfying street food, so we travelled there to create the most satisfying food video for YOU! We found 5 incredibly delicious and amazing street foods in Merida, and after trying each one, came to the conclusion that the street food in Merida is some of the best street food in Mexico!

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01:03 Entering the Yucutan breakfast restaurant in Merida, Huevos Motulenos y Mas, to try their famous eggs breakfast, known as Huevos motulenos.

03:16 Trying the Mexican Breakfast AKA Huevos Motulenos for the first time

03:38 Trying the extremely spicy Mexican habanero chili pepper, it was so spicy!

04:59 Entering the local street food market in Merida (Lucas de Galvez Market), and finding the Mexican Tamales, here in Merida known as Tamales Colados, a corn flour steamed and wrapped with banana leaf and covered with spicy salsa.

06:21 Finding and trying Cochinita Pibil, a special Yucutan food found in Merida in this local street food market. It's like the most juicy pulled pork sandwich ever! The bread is so soft and the meat is so flavourful and tender!

09:35 Trying the famous Tacos al Pastor in Merida, a delicious Mexican street food found all over Mexico. These ones were a little dry but unfortunately. Found right outside the market.

14:38 We made our way to the beach right outside of Merida, in Progreso, to try a huge Yucutan seafood adventure feast! It was amazingly fresh and delicious! We ordered the Tikinchik fish, some fish tacos, octopus, and a fresh seafood ceviche!

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My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food as I can . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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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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How To Make Mayan Pulled Pork In A Pit Oven (Cochinita Pibil)

Erik Kennon visits one of Mexico's most impressive archaeological sites, Chichen Itza, in order to learn how to cook the most representative Mayan Dish from Yucatán, Cochinita Pibil. watch this recipe made the authentic mayan way- cooked underground, in a pit, for 3 hours to achieve the perfect tenderness.

Why I Love Mexican Street Food: the Taco Episode (Tacos de Cochinita + Carnitas Tacos)

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Today we visit two awesome taco spots. One is a Yucatan-style restaurant for Tacos de Cochinita, and then Tacos Don Juan, a famous Carnitas Taco restaurant in La Condesa neighbourhood. After that we eat even more tacos, but that's over on the 5 Mexican Guys channel:



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Grandma Carmelita Teaches Erik To Make A Healthy Vegetable Soup, In Guanajuato Mexico

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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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How To Make Grandma Neri's Maya Style Tamales (Brazo de Reina) In Tulum, Mexico

Host Erik Kennon travels to the past and brings back with him one of the most antique and wonderful recipes- authentic Mexican tamales!

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Tacos catering in Salt Lake City, mexican food in midvale and salt lake.

801-839-6391 Somos Tacos el pariente una compania de comida mexicana, tenemos tacos, burritos, enchiladas para tus fiestas, con localidades en Midvale, west valley, salt lake city, Park city, Provo, orem, ogden,Murray,Clearfield, Roy,Kamas,UT. Tenemos comida deliciosa y barata para fiestas, servicios de catering para cualquier evento

Primer ruta del Taco por MenuAcapulco

Preguntamos a nuestra comunidad cuales eran sus taquerías favoritas y nos encontramos con una gran variedad de ellas. Este es el primer recorrido de una gran lista de taquerias establecidas y de banqueta que ofrecen diferentes especialidades, ¡que la disfruten!
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Xoximilco Mexican Fiesta & Dinner Cruise Cancun Review (2018)

Xoximilco Mexican Fiesta & Dinner Cruise Cancun Review (2018)

This fantastical float experience in Cancun is inspired by the world-famous area of Mexico City called Xochimilco.

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Each boat is decorated in an array of color and motifs that pay tribute to Mexican folk art and are named after a state of the Republic.

They seat up to 20 people, including the gondolier and entertaining guide.

As you float down the fiesta-filled channels under the stars, you’ll make stops to see live musicians and learn about the different folk traditions.

An open-bar means there is a wide variety of drink to choose from.

So why not raise your glass and shout ¡Salud! Cheers!

Once you’ve worked up an appetite you will be treated to a number of delicious Mexican dishes, including shrimp in tamarind paste and cochinita pibil (a type of pulled pork typical of the region).

You'll end your night with a joining of the boats for more music, drinks, and of course dancing as you shout Salud! and Viva Mexico! to all of your newfound friends.

An incredible fiesta and dinner cruise you don’t want to miss out on!

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How To Make Grandma Lolita's Mexican Rice

Simple yet full of flavor, mexican rice is the perfect complement for any mexican main course. Learn with Erik how to prepare this classic recipe, seasoned with the special touch of Grandma Lolita.

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DIP DEIN DING TO THE ROOTS | Mexico | COCHINITA PIBIL

Back to the Roots von DIP DEIN DING heißt auch: Kochen auf dem Boden!
Unser klassisch mexikanischer „Cochinita“ Schweinebauch bekommt einen Kick von der andere Seite des Erdballs mit Indonesischem Sambal Matah. Aromenexplosion zusammen mit der Achiote Paste, macht euch Frei, experimentiert und keep on DIP’in DEIN DING!

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AMAZING Merida Street Food Tour!

Merida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican state of Yucatan, is well known for its tradition, heritage and delicious food. In this blog we take you around Merida to show you the best food and experiences in town. Join Us in this Merida street food tour.

This Merida Street Food Tour allowed us to try sample of fruits, juices, walk along to tasting spots where you can try native dishes such as 'cochinita pibil' (slow-roasted pork), 'panuchos' (tortillas stuffed with refried black beans), empanadas, and seafood tacos. End your tour with a sweet stop at a gelato shop specializing in local flavors.

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Merida:

Mérida, Mexico is the largest city in the Yucatan but it doesn’t carry a big-city vibe at all. It’s a delightful town and there are so many fun things to do in Merida. The city gives off almost more of a European feel yet is still very much Mexico. Here, colorful pastels blend with historic charm along Merida’s grid-like streets. You’ll always be only a few blocks away from a plaza (city square) where there is likely some event going on.
The locals in Mérida are very friendly, the food is delicious, and the nightlife is often jamming. If planning a trip to Mérida, we would recommend trying to stay during the weekend, as the entire city tends to come out to play then.

Yucatan:

Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula is one of the most popular tourism destinations.
Major attractions include Cancun, the islands of Cozumel and Isla Mujeres, coral reefs, white-sand beaches, emerald-green waters, and perfect weather; all of them strong magnets for international travelers.

The peninsula is also home to a large grouping of Mayan archeological sites; major ones include Chichen Itza, Coba, Edzna, Kabah, Tulum and Uxmal.

Many areas of the peninsula are blanketed by a thick jungle, and in the southeast, tropical rain forests merge into the borders with Belize and Guatemala.

Best places to visit in Merida

Grand Museo Maya, Merida:

A world-class museum celebrating Maya culture, the Gran Museo houses a permanent collection of more than 1100 remarkably well-preserved artifacts, including a reclining chac-mool sculpture from Chichén Itzá and a cool underworld figure unearthed at Ek' Balam.

Casa de Montejo:

Casa de Montejo is on the south side of the Plaza Grande and dates from 1549. It originally housed soldiers but was soon converted into a mansion that served members of the Montejo family until 1970.

Museo Regional de Antropologia, Merida:

The massive Palacio Cantón houses the Museo Regional de Antropología, an anthropology museum with temporary exhibits focusing primarily on culture and history in the Yucatán (ie Maya customs), although some exhibits will occasionally offer a broader look at other regions of Mexico.

Parque Santa lucia, Merida

The pretty little Parque Santa Lucía has arcades on the north and west sides; this was where travelers would get on or off the stagecoaches that linked towns and villages with the provincial capital. Today it's a popular restaurant area and venue for Serenatas Yucatecas (Yucatecan Serenades), a free weekly concert on Thursday at 9pm.

Plaza grande

One of the nicest plazas in Mexico, huge laurel trees shade the park’s benches and wide sidewalks. It was the religious and social center of ancient T’ho; under the Spanish it was the Plaza de Armas, the parade ground, laid out by Francisco de Montejo

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MÉXICO - Cancun | Receita de COCHINITA - PRATO TÍPICO MEXICANO [T11 EP5]

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Nesse vídeo compartilhamos a receita de Cochinita, uma preparação típica do México, tradicional da região de Yucatán feita com carne de porco. Apesar do tempo de preparo levar algumas horas para a carne marinar, o preparo é fácil e o sucesso garantido!!

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Restaurante La Parrila: bufete mexicano

Un delicioso bufet con comida mexicana con pozole y cochinita pibil enre otros!

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