Street Foods of Mexico
Street food is essential to Mexican gastronomy and you find it all over the country. Each region has its own variations but most happen either on top of an anafre–the traditional wood burning stove, or in a vending cart. Join Mexican Chef Ana Sainz in her hands on class and cook up some traditional Street-foods of Mexico that will soon become some of your new favorites.
Esquites, one of the most common street snacks. Cups of Stewed Corn Kernels served with Chile Piquin, Lime, Crema and Cotija.
Enchiladas Potosinas, a Chile infused Masa turnover, filled with Mexican Cheese.
Sopes de arrachera, thick Tortillas topped with Beans and Grilled Skirt Steak served with Salsa Ranchera.