EDITOR NOTE: In Mexico, breakfast is planned differently than in the U.S. Early mornings require a quick stop to the corner stand for Conchas and fresh orange juice. A more substantial meal might happen around 10-11 with eggs, chilaquiles or even leftovers from the night before, leaving the biggest meal around 2:00 each day and maybe evening tacos as a delicious treat!
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, is it not? Culture has a huge influence on food and Mexico is no exception.
Let’s talk about the tastiest of all: Mexican breakfast foods.
Mexican breakfast foods can be traditional breakfast foods with a cultural spin; this includes eggs with chorizo and old-fashioned oatmeal. But Mexican breakfast can also be as simple as a concha, atole or a bolillo first thing in the morning.
Whether you’re looking to try food from different cultures or you’re looking for some new breakfast recipes, you’ll want to read on.
In this article, you’ll learn more about Mexican breakfast and the history behind it all.
From simple easy-to-grab foods like conchas to meals rich in nutrients and flavor like Mexican-style scrambled eggs, Mexican breakfast can fit your level of hunger.
Some recipes are like well-known breakfast foods with a Mexican twist to them. However, this isn’t the case for all recipes.
Many Mexican breakfast foods are not typical morning snacks to other cultures.
When it comes to foods that aren’t the traditional breakfast, there is a wide variety.
If you’re looking for savory breakfast food that’ll only take you 30 minutes, you should make tetelas oaxaca. Tetelas are a tasty Mexican bread shaped like triangles, so even the kids will have fun eating them.
Tetelas Oaxaca inside is stuffed with refried black beans, and the outside is topped with crumbled cheese and salsa.
If you’re looking for a delicious dish to get you going in the morning, huevos rancheros won’t disappoint. This meal has tortillas as a base and includes fried eggs.
Huevos rancheros are often topped with home-made salsa fresca and typically served with fried potatoes, avocado slices and refried beans.
If you made too many tortillas last night and have quite a few to spare, use them to make some chilaquiles.
Like many popular Mexican