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We use our traditional recipes passed down from generation to generation, from Merida, Yucatan.
The flavors from annatto seeds, naranja agria, and our charred chiles are unique to Yucatan cuisine.
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Cochinita pibil is a pork dish with origins in Mexico's Yucatan area. Pork is marinated in a combination of annatto paste, bitter orange juice, and garlic, after which it is baked slowly, and then shredded and served on tortillas, tacos, or on its own with shallots, pickled onions, salsa, and various roasted vegetables.
Poc chuc is a Mexican meat dish consisting of thin pork cutlets marinated in orange juice. The meat is then grilled and served with pickled onions and freshly prepared corn tortillas on the side. It is believed that the dish was invented as a means of preservation, when the meat was cured with salt brine. The name of the dish is derived from poc, meaning to toast, and chuc, meaning charcoal.
Relleno negro (black stuffing) is a cuisine dish from Yucatan, México, based on turkey, pork and mixed chili peppers (chilmole). It is traditionally prepared in the month of November in a festival called Hanal Pixan(Day of the dead).
Carne asada is a dish of grilled and sliced beef.
The term carne asada translates literally to "grilled meat"; the English "roast beef" is so named in Spanish.
Pollo pibil is a chicken dish with origins in Mexico's Yucatan area. chicken is marinated in a combination of annatto paste, bitter orange juice, and garlic, after which it is baked slowly.