With lightly fried corn tortillas quartered and green or red salsa (the red is slightly spicier).
Tostadas are made by frying corn tortillas in hot oil until crispy and golden. These can be served alone or with a variety of garnishes.
Corn on the cob, found on nearly every street corner in Mexico. The corn is boiled and served on a stick (like ice cream) or in cups with the kernels cut off the cob. This is followed by an abundance of seasonings.
People in the Valley of Mexico used to eat corn tortillas wrapped around small fish.
Guacamole is one of Mexico's most popular dishes, but few know that it originated with the Aztecs.
The taco, the world's most popular Mexican dish, has become an art.
This is very popular in northern México, especially near the US border. A burrito is a rolled flour tortilla stuffed with various ingredients, usually a stew.
This was imported from Spain decades before the conquest. They used tripe, according to Diego Granado's The Art Book of Cozine.
A quesadilla is a folded corn or flour tortilla stuffed with cheese or other ingredients and fried or grilled.