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Cincinnati’s Best Mexican Food Restaurant Offers a Variety of Meats to Choose From January 24, 2018

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Cincinnati’s Best Mexican Food Restaurant Offers a Variety of Meats to Choose From, Amelia, Ohio

Mexican food is one of the most enjoyed cuisines around the world. In fact, it is the third most popular cuisine in the U.S. This may be because the menu offers a large variety of options. For example, the array of meats, from chicken to seafood, is impressive.

The Meat Options at a Mexican Restaurant

1. Al Pastor

Al pastor is often used in tacos but can be included in other dishes as well. It is made from boneless pork shoulder. Sliced thinly, it tastes delicious alongside guacamole, fresh tomatoes, and cheese.

2. Chorizo

Chorizo is a popular option found in Mexican food. It is a specific type of pork sausage. It is typically used in small amounts as it is big on flavor.

3. Barbecue

Some restaurants have blended the tastes of the West with the flavors of the South. Barbecue has become increasingly popular on the Mexican menu. Sweet in taste, it contrasts deliciously with the usual spices.

4. Mahi Mahi

Mahi mahi is made from dolphinfish. It is mild in flavor but goes well with spices or lime juice. It is often shredded to be used in hard or soft tacos.

5. Chicken

Mexican foodChicken is a classic meat option for all. It provides a familiar taste that can be mild or hot depending on how it is prepared. Chicken is used in burritos, tacos, enchiladas, and the like for a delicious meal.

6. Beef Tips

Beef tips are made by stewing steak at a high temperature. Often, soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce are added to give it its signature flavoring. This is a comfort food that leaves diners feeling warm and satisfied.

7. Shrimp

Shrimp tacos have become a favorite amongst Mexican restaurant goers. Because of their mild flavor, they are often paired with a special sauce to give it a kick.

8. Scallops

Scallops can be a number of saltwater clams or mollusks. They are a wonderful choice when combined with cucumber slaw, cilantro, or even a spicy corn salad.

9. Tilapia

Tilapia is a great seafood choice for those unaccustomed to seafood. It does not contain any type of fishy flavoring. In fact, it often takes on the flavors in which it is cooked with. This makes it a great choice for Mexican food.

 

Consider trying a brand-new option the next time you visit a Mexican restaurant. To try Mexican food in Cincinnati or Amelia, OH, try Don Rigo. Whether you’re looking for mouth-watering lunch specials or a place to go for happy hour, they provide amazing meals and atmosphere. Check out their extensive menu beforehand by visiting their website. You can call (513) 233-9200 for the Amelia location or (513) 233-9200 for the Cincinnati location to make reservations.

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