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Chiles en Nogada

Chiles en Nogada

Chiles en Nogada in Mexico

This exquisite Mexican representative comes from Puebla, it is said that it was created by Augustinian nuns from the Santa Monica Convent to celebrate the Independence of Mexico. Its colors and striking presentation make it the fundamental dish of this nation. It consists of a poblano chile with a rich beef or pork filling accompanied by fruits, while the sauce that covers it is made from walnuts. When serving it, the dish is decorated with parsley and pomegranate to represent the colors of the Mexican flag.

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