Fiesta Mexicana Flowers Plantation
Service the best in authentic Mexican food in Flowers Planation area.
Three corn tortillas seasoned in beef consome and stuffed with shredded beef and cheese. Topped with cilantro and onions and served with rice and comsome.
Six mini tacos, one carnitas, one grilled chicken, one steak, one chorizo, one pastor and one fish. Severed with onions, cilantro lime and tomatillo sauce on the side.
A classic! Fried or grilled tilapia battered and marinated, topped with lettuce and Pico de Gallo. Served with rice and beans with special sauce on the side.
Three corn tortilla soft tacos with your choice of the following meat, onions, cilantro and homemade hot sauce. Severed with rice and beans.
Carne Asada ( Grilled Steak)
Pollo Asada ( Grilled Chicken)
Carnitas ( Braised Pork)
Campechanos ( Chorio & Steak)
Al Pastor ( Marinated Pork)
DeLengua ( Beef Tongue)
Chorizo ( Mexican Sausage)
A very basic list of typical Mexican food, mentioning just a few of the many dishes available:
TACOS: this is usually a bit confusing for most – the generalized idea is that a taco is made using a hard, u-shaped corn shell filled with seasoned minced meat, lettuce and tomatoes, grated cheese and some sour cream. However, this is not the case. Rather, truly authentic tacos use the soft corn tortillas and are stuffed with either meat, chicken or seafood fillings.
TORTILLAS: made of wheat flour or maize (corn flour), these traditional flat savory pancakes formed the staple food of Mexican people for centuries. They are used in a host of different dishes such as enchiladas or quesadillas and are often served instead of bread.
FRIJOLES: Mexican for beans, this was and still is a primary source of protein in the Mexican diet. Used both as main ingredients and as garnishes to other dishes, beans can be boiled or fried.
GUACAMOLE: An avocado garnish or dip made with mashed avocado, onion, coriander, and chilies.
ENCHILADAS: Made with tortillas, enchiladas are basically folded or rolled tortillas stuffed with chicken, pork or vegetables and then baked.
QUESADILLAS: Folded tortillas stuffed with cheese and then grilled.
SALSA: Spanish for sauce, this is a salsa made generally with tomatoes, onion, chili, and cilantro.