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A slideshow of latin American food products

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  • 1. Comida Latina¿Es diferente la comida de Latinoamérica? Es como preguntar...¿Es diferente la comida de los Estados Unidos?
  • 2. En los Estados UnidosHay comida regional Hay comida étnica también Grits Jumbalaya Ribs Baked Beans Okra
  • 3. México Maíz es el centro
  • 4. Chiles Tipo de chile:poblano, serrano, ancho, mulato, jalapeño,cascabel,chipotle, pasilla, guajillo
  • 5. Tipos:Frijoles bayo, negro, canario, ayacote, meco, catarino Metódos de preparación: borrachos, de olla, refritos, colados, charros, enchilados, maneados
  • 6. La cosecha de nopal 6
  • 7. ¡Nopales con papí! 7
  • 8. Hay otras maneras de hacerlos también 8
  • 9. Utensilos de cocinar en México Metate y manoOlla ComalCazuela 9
  • 10. La tortilladora 10
  • 11. bote tamalera, vaporera para tamales 11
  • 12. Juego para limpiar nopales 12
  • 13. El pibil 13
  • 14. Aguas frescasRosa de Jamaica (o flor de Jamaica) y Horchata(hecho de arroz) 14
  • 15. El aguacate - de los aztecas 15
  • 16. Annato o Achoite Usado tanto por el bien de color y sabor, la pasta de pescado, especias y carne base. Usado tanto por el bien de color y sabor, la pasta de pescado, especias y carne base.Usado tanto por el bien de color y sabor, la pasta de pescado, especias ycarne base. 16
  • 17. Mole (del verbo moler) Se hace con 52 ingredientes diferentes El ingrediente principal es chiles, con canela, semillas de calabasa, cacao, y ajonjolí El más famoso es el mole Poblano (de Puebla) donde se originó sgún la historia 17
  • 18. El gusano 18
  • 19. Huitlacoche, cuitlacoche 19
  • 20. Jicama - como el “turnip” se sirve con limón 20
  • 21. Maguey o agave - planta de pulque y tequilla 21
  • 22. Tequilla o mezcal de maguey/agave 22
  • 23. Papaya - fantástico para la digestión 23
  • 24. Pepitas - una merienda y ingrediente deliciosa 24
  • 25. Poblano Chiles GuajilloAncho Chipotle Habanero Jalapeño PiquinCascabel 25
  • 26. Bogavante - lobster (homard, Hummer)Aceitunas - olives Bola - tamal de bolaAcelgas - chard Bolita - ball of masa, e.g. in soups-Bolillo - small loaf ofAceite - oil breadAchiote - annatto tree seeds Borracho - cooked with wine; means drunkAdobo - red thick chilli paste Budin - pie, puddingAgua - water Bunuelo - puffy, sweet, deep-fried pastryAgua horchata - rice drink with cinamon Burrito/Burro - large flour tortilla wrapped around a fillingAgua jamaica - refreshing red drink from the jamaica Burrita- flour tortilla with ham and cheeseflower Butifarra - saussageAguacate - avocado Cabrito - goatAhumado - smoked Cacahuates - peanutsAjo - garlic Cafe de olla - coffee flavored with cinnamon and sugarAlbóndigas - meatballs Calabaza - squash, pumpkinAlfalfa - water cress Caldo - soup, brothAlmendra - almond Caliente - hot to the touch (temperature)Almibar - sirup Camarón - shrimpAlmuerzo - lunch Camotes - sweet potatoesAmarillo, mole de - orange mole Canela - cinnamonAnca de rana - frog legs Capirotada - spicy bread pudding served during Lent;Al horno - oven-baked means a little bit of everythingAncho - a Poblano chile that has been dried and Carne - meat, specifically beefturned a black-red color; means wide Carne molino - ground meetAntojito - an hors doeuvre or small snack food Carne de res - beefArroz - rice Carnero - lambAsar - to roast or broil Carnitas - Shredded PorkAsado - roasted (see above) Castanas - chestnutAte - quince sweet (birsalmasajt) Cebolla - onionAtún - tuna Cecina - thin steakAvena - liquid porridge with cinnamon Cena - dinnerAves - poultry Cerdo - porkAvellana - hazelnut Cerveza - beerAzteca - sopa azteca Ceviche - salad made of fish "cooked" in lime juiceAzúcar - sugar Chalupa - Our special custard and fruit on a flakey shellBacalao - fish (tőkehal, cabillaud, Kabeljau)Barbacoa - barbecued meatBerengena - egg-plantBerros - water cress http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/MexicanBetabeles - beets 26
  • 27. Conejo - rabbitChayote - a variety of squash, green, avocado size Cordero - lamb(prickly pear squash) Crema - cream, sour c., double c., coffeeChapulines - grasshoppers roasted with garlic , lemon c., creamy soup, evaporated milkand lots of salt Crema catalana - a sort of cooked flanChepil - wild fresh herbe which grows in rainy season Crema de espárragos - asparagus creamChicharron - fried pork skin or lard Crema de ave - chicken creamChilaquiles - corn tortilla pieces marinated in chile, Crema de cangrejos - crab creamlayered with a filling, sauce and cheese, and baked in Crepas - crepesa casserole Criolla, á la - creole styleChile pimiento - bell peppers (poivrons, Pepperoni) Cuero - pork skinChile poblano - big green/dark chiles like bell Cuerno - French croissantpeppers, not very hot Datte - datilChiles en nogada - stuffed chiles with a Desayuno - breakfastwalnut/cheese sauce (served in September) Dulces - candiesChiles rellenos - stuffed chiles, e.g. with cheese Durazno (almibar) - peach (cannedChiles rellenos de picadillo - stuffed with ground beef peaches in their juice)Chili powder - commercially, the product made from Ejote - String beanground red chiles, including a variety of other spices Elote - corn (friss csemegekukorica)Chimichanga - deep-fried burro; means "A what Empanada - turnoverchama call it" Enchilada - a corn tortilla dipped in redChorizo - spicy pork and beef sausage chile sauce, rolled around just aboutChuleta - chop or cutlet anything, then topped with sauce andChuletón - beef chop (côte de boeuf) cheeseChurrasco - barbeque (grillade) Enmoladas - tortillas dipped in mole negroChurro - fried dough (long beignet cylindrique) sauceChícharos - peas Enrollado - rolledChipotle, sauce - red, spicy sauce, named after a Ensalada - saladsmall black chile Espárragos - asparagusCilantro - coriander or Chinese parsley Entomatados - tomatoesCoco - coconut Entremeses - Entrees (Hors Doeuvres)Col - cabbage (Mexico), repollo (Spain) Epazote - herbe with special tast for meetComal - heavy, round griddle for baking tortillas or fishComedor - small restaurant Escabeche - pickledComida - midday meal Espaguetti - spaghettiComida corrida - ecconomic plate of the day often Estufado - meet in red thick sauceserved with soup and rice (Gulasch)Comino - cumin Farina - wheat flour Fideos - vermicelli; thin pasta Filet de carne - (often thin) steak Filed de lenguado - filed de sole (fish) 27
  • 28. Flan - baked custard with caramel coating Huevo - egg; also blanquilloFlauta - corn tortilla tightly rolled around a Huevos duro - hard-boild eggsfilling, then deep fried; means flute Huevos estrelladdos / fritos - fried eggsFlor de calabaza - squash blossom used in Huevos tibio - soft-boild eggssauces, soups, quesadillas... Huevos motulenos - rich breakfast with beens, friedFresa - strawberry egg, tomato sauce, peas ... on tortillasFrijoles - beans, usually pinto Huitlacoche - small dark fungus found on corn stalkFruta - fruits Jalea de membrilla, membrillo - quince sweetGalletas - crackers / cookies (birsalmapüré)Gallina - hen Jamón - hamGarbanzo - chickpea (pois chiches, Jícama - a crisp, white, edible root served with limeKichererbsen) juice and chili powderGarnachas - stuffed (eg. beef) and fried mini- Jitomates - tomatoescorn tortillas Judias - white beansGazpacho - cold, spicy tomato and vegetable Jugo - juicesoup Kahlúa - coffee-flavored liqueur made in MexicoGorditas - fried, extra thick tortillas with sauce Leche - milkand cheese Lechuga - lettuceGranada - pomegranate Lengua - tongueGrasa - fat Lentejas - lens (Linsen)Guacamole - mashed avocado salad or dip Licuados - milk shakeGuajolote - in Mexico, turkey; pavo is turkey in Lima, sopa de - chicken, rice, tostada and limeother Spanish-speaking countries Limón amarilla - lemonGuisado - stew Limón - lime (sweet)Guayaba - guava Mayonesa - mayonaiseHaba - broad (fava) bean (lóbab) Maíz - cornHarina - wheat flour Mano - a piece of volcanic rock used with both handsHelado - ice cream to grind food against another rock; means handHierba de olor - mix of oregano, thyme, & Manteca - lardmajoran herbs Mantequilla - butterHierbabuena - peppermint (menthe) Manzana - appleHigos - figs Manzanilla - kamillaHoja aguacate - avocado leaf, used as seasoning Mariscos - shellfish; fish is pescadoHoja platano - banana leaf, used as tamal Masa - corn dough, usually referring to groundwrapper hominy, called nixtamal for tortillasHominy - large kernel dried corn Melón - cantaloupeHongo - mushroom Memelitas - Tortillas con grasa de puercoHuachinango - red snapperHuaraches - oval corn tortilla with cheese, creamand meet 28
  • 29. Pan dulce - sweet rollsMenudo - tripe soup; New Years Day tradition to ease Pancita - tripehangovers Panela - unrifined sugar used for bunuelos or atoleMiel de abejas - honey Panuchos bolillos with frijoles, pollo etc.Mojarra - good sweet water fish Papas - potatoesMolcajete - volcanic rock shaped like a bowl in which Papas a la francesa - french friesfood is ground Pastel - cake / pieMole - Term used for a thick sauce or paste. The classic Pasteles - pastriesmole is made with chiles, unsweetened chocolate, nuts, Pastor, al - Kebab style roasted pork meetbananas and chicken stock Pato - duckMole adobo - suace with cumin and oranges Pavo - turkey (spain)Mole amarillo - orange mole Pay - Pie,tart, e.g. with cream or cheeseMole oaxaqueno - sweeter mole which contains almonds Pechuga - white chicken meatas well Pepino verde - cucumberMole pipian - see pipian Pepitas - pumkin seedsMole poblano - above classic mole Pera - pearMole verde - green mole Pibil - orange, garlic & cumin sauceMolote - mix of corn, chorizo and potatoe Picadillo - meat hashMolletes - bolillo spread with bean puree and cheese Picaditas de pollo - dito garnachas with chicken,Mondongo - menudo cheese etc.Montada - whipped cream Picante - hot to the taste budsMostaza - mustard Pierna - pork legNaranja - orange Pierna de cordero - báránycombNata - whipped cream Piloncillo - brown sugar formed into a cone forNenguijuti Zoque - meet in red, mild sauce with ginger marketing(Chiapas) Pimienta - black pepperNieves - sherbets Pina - pineappleNixtamal - hominy; raw corn grains, soaked in chalk, Pipián - a sauce made of pumpkin seed, chile andthen ground to make a dough (masa) for tortillas, spicestamales, chalupas Platano - bananaNopales - cactus pads cooked and used like okra Platano macho - bananas which are fried for dessertsNueces - nuts / pecans Plantains - large green banana which has to beNuez de castilla - walnut cookedOlla - clay pot; a utensil in which beans are simmered Poblano - a variety of chileOmlete de huevo - omlette Pok chuk - pork in achiote sauceOstra - oysters (huitres, Austern) Pollo - chickenPan - bread Postre - dessertPan tostado - toast 29
  • 30. Sopa Azteca - soup with tortilla chips, avocados and spicesPozole - mais soup w. pork or chicken Sopa de Lima - chicken, rice, tostada and limePreparados - aguas de frutas Sultanas - raisinsPuchero - meets, vegies, bananas (pot au feu, Eintopf) Taco - a corn tortilla folded over a fillingPuerco - pork Tallarrines - noodlesPulque - fermented juice of agave plant Tamal (plural is tamales) - a corn husk stuffed with masa,Puro de cana - destilled from sugar cane, stronger than meat or beansmescal, less taste (=chingre/posh) Tamal de bola - tamal with pork and tomatoe sauceQuesadilla - grilled cheese sandwich made with a tortilla Tamarindo - a fruit (like a bean?) for juices & dulceQuesadillas de Elote - fried sweet corn cakte (no cheese!) Tatemar - verb meaning to roast, peel and seed greenQueso (fundido) - (melded) cheese chilesRábano - radish Tazcalate - refreshing drink with chocolate, based on corn,Relleno - stuffed with water or milkRepollo - cabbage;col in mexico Tazajo con pepita - stew in a bread-like sauce of pumpkinRicos tacos / tamales - rich, delicious ... seeds (Silvestermenu)Ristra - string of dried red chiles Té (castilla, manzanilla, hierbabuena, tila, tisana, ...) conRóbalo - sea bass limon/con leche - tee (...) with lemon /milkRomero - rosmarin (romarin) Tejocote - small orange fruitRomoritos - herbs with special taste Telera - small loaf of breadRompope - liquor of egg, milk, vanilla, cinnamon & rom Ternera - vealSal - salt Tequila - distilled liquor made from agave, or centurySalada /-o - salted plantSalchicha - sausage Tila - hársfavirágSalchichón - dry sausage Tinga de pollo - chunks of chicken meetSalmón ahumado - smoked salmon Tiras de carne asado - rosted stripes of meetSalsa - sauce Tisana - (tisana, Eisenkraut)Sandia - watermelon Tocino - baconSangría - a drink made of red or white wine, sugar, Topopo - a corn chip like a volcano or pyramidoranges, lemons and lime Tomatillos - small green husk tomatoes, eg. for greenSeco - dry salzaSincronizadas - wheat tortilla sandwiches with ham and Toronja - grapefruitcheese Tortas - sandwiches with meet, salad, sauce and cheeseSolomillo - filet (mignon) Tortilla - a thin, flat bread made from wheat flour or cornSopa - soup masa Tortitas - fried potatoe pancakes 30
  • 31. Más ejemplos de MéxicoIngredientes de comida M
  • 32. taro root / El Caribe tapiocayucca/manioc guarapo
  • 33. Plátanos - no son bananos 33
  • 34. Calalú
  • 35. Sofrito y Adobomezcla de hierbas,especias y verduras
  • 36. Comida que trajeron africanos CalalooOkra Ackee “Conkies”
  • 37. Frutas del CaribeFrutas del Caribe Vivero Anones
  • 38. Guinep - Jamaica
  • 39. Lambi
  • 40. La Comida Altiplano -Perú, Bolivia, Ecuador La comida de Altiplano
  • 41. Perú
  • 42. Aji
  • 43. cacahuete
  • 44. camoteCamu camu
  • 45. Chuno: Papa amarga, crecido entre 3000-4200metros, se liofilizó sin restricciones, para detener. Después de la cosecha, hacia fuera, por 2-3 días
  • 46. Cochayuyo: algas, las algas marinas, los secó con los mercados, comer cocido como pasta
  • 47. Maca
  • 48. MaizY... mote (maiz grande para sopas)
  • 49. Pachamanca
  • 50. ¡¡¡¡¡Y papa!!!!
  • 51. Quinoa YacónYucca/Manioc
  • 52. El conejo de ¡¡¡¡Delicioso!!!! las Indias
  • 53. Argentina, Chile,Paraguay, Uruguay
  • 54. Yerba Mate