Friday, March 23
Many people know that when you order Chinese food delivery (https://www.rotr.com/), you’re not going to get the same thing you would as if you were actually in China. But did you know that the same can be said for Mexican food? Take a trip to Mexico and sure, you’re likely to see some burritos and chimichangas floating around, but you’ll also likely see some things that well, you’ve just never seen before.
If you’re looking for an adventurous appetizer, albondigas soup or ceviche are always good choices. Albondigas soup translates into “meatball soup,” and being made with simple ingredients like green beans, chicken stock, and onions, it’s a good one for those who aren’t prepared to go more than just a step outside of the box. Ceviche, a dish that’s made from shellfish cooked by acid, is becoming more and more popular and is even now available on some Orange County food delivery (https://www.rotr.com/menu/Orange-County/Irvine/92614/7/El-Torito-Grill/582/) menus.
Still not quite as authentic as you were looking for? Maybe instead try chapulines, toasted grasshoppers served with lime; menudo, which is a mix of pig’s feet, honeycomb, and beef or sheep’s stomach; or gringas, which paling in comparison, is a special type of quesadilla. Can’t find those items on the Las Fajitas delivery (https://www.rotr.com/menu/Orange-County/Irvine/92614/7/Las-Fajitas/617/) menu? Go for regular Mexican food then, and use your newfound Mexican food knowledge as some interesting trivia talk around the conference table at your next office lunch.
Just don’t forget to order the churros too, a delicious dough that’s first fried and then sprinkled with sugar. Totally traditional, but still popular enough to appear on many Mexican menus!
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