The gastronomic folklore it is definitely an issue that is present in the streets of Mexico more than we would like. It is there where you can find all kinds of snacks, snacks, beverages and much more, because apparently the Mexican it is experimental with the meal for nature and this is how great delicacies have been discovered without which no one could now understand life, rest or leisure time.
is not the same a mexican appetizerwhat meal either snack. While Mexican food is almost always aesthetically plated so that you feel like it, fill you up and everything is as healthy as possible, the first ones, which are also snacks, are sometimes a combo, because they can have everything, since there are no limits and snack mixes are allowed. For this reason, from end to end of the Mexican Republic, you can find all kinds of snacks and snacks.
Snacks are usually very varied, sometimes they look wild and they are not always love at first sight. But once you start eating them, these are multicolored, multitexture and they win your heart and/or stomach in less than the crowing of a rooster. The thing is to give them benefit of doubt so that you do not judge without knowing, because when it comes to snacking, Mexico has an entire underworld. Or at least that’s how the new Netflix documentary series has let us see it: ‘The Divine Gluttony’.
What are tostitripas
‘The Divine Gluttony’ emerged to document all those snacks Y mexican drinkswho innovated and have changed the concept and perception of the Mexican snack without much plan other than throwing themselves into doing something new and different from the mexicans they have dared to sell and where they have done super well. If you have plenty of neighborhood, surely you already know where the good things are in CDMX, but if you lack them, thanks to this content, you dive into those places where, frankly, you can enjoy a snack.
But ‘The Divine Gluttony’it is not only about the changarros and/or locals of the CDMXentered hard and solid to all the states of the country and is a perfect gastronomic guide for those who like the grenachesnack or drink in its mode of stuck, because although we do not want to accept it, we Mexicans like to eat copiously. There are many examples, but the one that caught our attention the most was the ‘tostitripas’, a fairly common snack in the state of Durango.
And it is that in the chapter 3 of the first (and we don’t know if only) season of ‘The Divine Gluttony They presented us with many ways to eat French fries and other snacks, among which we found the Tostitripas, which are nothing more than a bag of tostitos, with tripe meat equivalent to an order of tacos, to which cabbage is added , onion, lemon and a green sauce that makes our mouths water.
the creator was Don Roman, a taco vendor, who said that the idea came up once one of his clients asked him to put the tripe tacos in the bag of chips and since he loved it, the man decided to incorporate it into the menu of the taco stand and that was it exit. Today he sells a lot and has two: The tostitripas green or purple. Would you try something like this? They are on Francisco Villa Boulevard.