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Sunday 9 December 2018

Tortas Ahogadas Guadalajara

๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฝ Mร‰XICO (Jalisco)

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Having recently returned from Jalisco during this day in Huntington Park, there was not much more we missed than carne en su jugo, the most Tapatรญo of Tapatรญo dishes. Translating loosely as "meat in its own juices," this stew has all of the juices of the beef it is made with along with those of the added bacon, beans, tomatillo, and the secret spices of each cook.

The version below, found at a pitstop for drinks on Santa Fe Avenue, was in a place known more for its tortas ahogadas, another gem of Guadalajara.

And that drink above, the jarrito loco (top photo), don't miss the chance to have this citrusy tequila creation either, usually served in a handmade clay jug known as a jarrito.

Unfortunately this was between two other meals and we did not try more, but I cannot wait to get back as the casual place was full of families and looked to make really good food.


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