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Yucatan Peninsula

Tropical, exotic and heavily influenced by Mayan, Mexican and Caribbean cultures, cuisine from the Yucatán Peninsula is by far the most distinctly different from all of Mexico.

Achiote, a reddish spice with a hint of nutmeg, is common in traditional Yucatán dishes. This includes Poc Chuc—slow-cooked, barbeque pork—or Panuchos—a fried corn tortilla topped with chicken, salsa, beans, onion and avocado.

Experience the flavors of the Yucatán Peninsula with HERDEZ®Recipes.

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HERDEZ Chicken Chilaquiles

Taste tradition in this flavorful, crunchy tortilla casserole.

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