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Comida Latina

  1. 1. Comida Latina¿Es diferente la comida de Latinoamérica? Es como preguntar...¿Es diferente la comida de los Estados Unidos?
  2. 2. En los Estados UnidosHay comida regional Hay comida étnica también Grits Jumbalaya Ribs Baked Beans Okra
  3. 3. México Maíz es el centro
  4. 4. Chiles Tipo de chile:poblano, serrano, ancho, mulato, jalapeño,cascabel,chipotle, pasilla, guajillo
  5. 5. Tipos:Frijoles bayo, negro, canario, ayacote, meco, catarino Metódos de preparación: borrachos, de olla, refritos, colados, charros, enchilados, maneados
  6. 6. La cosecha de nopal 6
  7. 7. ¡Nopales con papí! 7
  8. 8. Hay otras maneras de hacerlos también 8
  9. 9. Utensilos de cocinar en México Metate y manoOlla ComalCazuela 9
  10. 10. La tortilladora 10
  11. 11. bote tamalera, vaporera para tamales 11
  12. 12. Juego para limpiar nopales 12
  13. 13. El pibil 13
  14. 14. Aguas frescasRosa de Jamaica (o flor de Jamaica) y Horchata(hecho de arroz) 14
  15. 15. El aguacate - de los aztecas 15
  16. 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. 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. 18. El gusano 18
  19. 19. Huitlacoche, cuitlacoche 19
  20. 20. Jicama - como el “turnip” se sirve con limón 20
  21. 21. Maguey o agave - planta de pulque y tequilla 21
  22. 22. Tequilla o mezcal de maguey/agave 22
  23. 23. Papaya - fantástico para la digestión 23
  24. 24. Pepitas - una merienda y ingrediente deliciosa 24
  25. 25. Poblano Chiles GuajilloAncho Chipotle Habanero Jalapeño PiquinCascabel 25
  26. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 31. Más ejemplos de MéxicoIngredientes de comida M
  32. 32. taro root / El Caribe tapiocayucca/manioc guarapo
  33. 33. Plátanos - no son bananos 33
  34. 34. Calalú
  35. 35. Sofrito y Adobomezcla de hierbas,especias y verduras
  36. 36. Comida que trajeron africanos CalalooOkra Ackee “Conkies”
  37. 37. Frutas del CaribeFrutas del Caribe Vivero Anones
  38. 38. Guinep - Jamaica
  39. 39. Lambi
  40. 40. La Comida Altiplano -Perú, Bolivia, Ecuador La comida de Altiplano
  41. 41. Perú
  42. 42. Aji
  43. 43. cacahuete
  44. 44. camoteCamu camu
  45. 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. 46. Cochayuyo: algas, las algas marinas, los secó con los mercados, comer cocido como pasta
  47. 47. Maca
  48. 48. MaizY... mote (maiz grande para sopas)
  49. 49. Pachamanca
  50. 50. ¡¡¡¡¡Y papa!!!!
  51. 51. Quinoa YacónYucca/Manioc
  52. 52. El conejo de ¡¡¡¡Delicioso!!!! las Indias
  53. 53. Argentina, Chile,Paraguay, Uruguay
  54. 54. Yerba Mate

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