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Foods of Cozumel Island, Mexico

Tips: Watch out for the salsa. It can be very so that it will ruin your taste buds for the rest of the meal. When the locals say hot, it means hot! If you're not the adventurous type when it comes to food, there's lots of great, easy to eat dishes such as bacon & eggs, steak and freshly grilled fish.

Name Description
Carne Asada Pork or beef, charcoal grilled.
Chuleta Yucateca Pork chop, marinated in red adobado then grilled and smothered with sautéed onions.
Ceviche Fish, shrimp or conch (pronounced konk) marinated with lemon, vinegar, onions, tomatoes and cilantro (also known as coriander).
Flan A slightly burnt and delicious form of custard.
Horchata A cold soft drink made of rice or barley, almonds, sugar, vanilla, and water.
Huachinango Red snapper, usually served whole.
Ixnepech A HOT, HOT sauce made with killer Habanero peppers, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, lime, and vinegar. Means “dog’s nose” in Mayan.
Jamaica
("Ha-my-ka")
Delicious soft drink made from flowers.
Mero Fresh grouper, usually served as fillets.
Mojo de Ajo Fish, conch or shrimp served in butter and garlic sauce.
Mole Chicken or turkey meat or enchiladas baked in a thick, spicy brown sauce made of almonds, chocolate, chipotle peppers and peanut oil.
Pibil chicken or port baked in a tangy red sauce with orange juice and wrapped in a banana leaves.
Plantano Frito Fried bananas, greasy but tasty.
Queso “Gallo” A Holland cheese that has been imported to the Yucatan for so many years that it is now considered indigenous to the area. A marvelous dish, Queso Relleno (stuffed cheese), made of ground beef, raisins, capers and Holland cheese smothered in a creamy white sauce.
Salsa A dip/sauce made from jalapeno peppers, tomatoes, onions, lime juice and fresh cilantro. Most restaurants serve it as a complementary starter with "chips" or as a sauce for main course meals.
Tamales Chicken, wrapped in a heavy dough and cooked in banana leaves.

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