Delicacies For Your Destination Wedding in Mexico

Congratulations for deciding to celebrate your wedding destination in Mexico!

We are convinced that you will enjoy a beautiful country like ours, that offers a great variety of exquisite dishes for the delight of all palates.

We know that it may be difficult for you to know which dishes are the most recommended for a typical Mexican wedding and, that is why we have decided to share with you a basic menu so that the selection of each delicacy is easier for you.

 

 

A little of  history:

Mexican cuisine began 9,000 years ago, 7,000 a. C., when agricultural communities like the Mayans were formed, domesticating corn, creating the standard process of nixtamalization of corn and establishing their food routes, with the arrival of the Spanish, it is mixed with both the ingredients and European recipes that bring interspersed in many cases the oriental roots, resulting in traditional dishes and the fusion of the same in a new and delicious culinary offer.

 

 

Mexican Delicacies:

There is a great variety of dishes that you can offer at various moments of your event, either in miniature presentation for the cocktail or for the wedding menu or in the party that corresponds to the food that is served before the end of the celebration.

If your guests are mostly foreigners, ask the chef, or the good of all, the spicy added to each dish either in extra small quantity or, even the chile or the hot sauce will be served separately from the dishes for each diner.

 

 

For the cocktail we recommend typical dishes in miniature portions that will give a delicious touch of flavor and personality to your event such as quesadillas, tacos, sopes or chalupas.

The main dish should be the climax of the banquet of your destination wedding, and for that, it is made with chicken, chiles en nogada (only from July to September), cochinita pibil or even a delicious cecina will delight your guests.

 

 

 

And, it surprises even more everyone with what you will offer in a tornaboda or also known as the tornafiesta like: chilaquiles, tamales, pozole, or tacos al pastor

Drinks:

Equally important are the drinks in a traditional Mexican menu that dishes, do not forget to incorporate them to your wedding. And you can choose from a wide variety of beer, pulque, tequila, mezcal, honey water and why not? schnapps.

 

 

 

Remember that these dishes and drinks that we mentioned are just some and the basis from which you can start to choose, consider the advice of your Wedding Organizer and the Chef of the banquet, to achieve a gourmet fusion cuisine menu such as: Mole de tamarind with chicken breast stuffed with Oaxaca cheese and frozen from Jamaica perfumed with mezcal.

I wish you all to dance and have fun all night at your wedding … Roberto Rivera – General Director – Romary Eventos, click here for more information about their services.