Coriander is a herb used in various cuisines worldwide. Scientifically known as ‘Coriandrum Sativum’ it is mainly used for garnishing dishes. It imparts an earthy taste compared to other herbs like sage and parsley.
Regardless of the location, on the beach in Cabo, a taco stand in Mexico City or the finest of New York’s restaurants, Tortillas are consumed worldwide. And have been for centuries.
What if I told you that the original Hass avocado tree is still bearing fruit today? Perhaps, like that tree, if we consume more avocados, we’d live longer and healthier lives! While eating too much guacamole may not cause you to sprout into an avocado tree, it does mean that you will be fed both inside and out as a result of the health advantages of avocados.
Cheese is an amazing food product and ingredient to use as it gives great texture and flavour. However, if you’re an amateur cheese aficionado, selecting the correct cheese might be difficult. However, several wonderful Mexican cheese selections do more than fill a tortilla.
Some of the greatest alcoholic beverages are found in Mexican cuisine. Tequila shots, margaritas, fantastic beers, and much more can be found on a night out south of the border. Today, we'll go into one of the most delectable beverages by delving into the wonderful and sweet Sangria.
Here, at On the Border, our range of sauces and side dishes pair beautifully with grilled meat and veg. Let's suppose you're hosting a party with Mexican cuisine; what would go well with the Mexican main course? We have compiled a few of our best BBQ side dishes that are easy to make and add richness to the feast!
Chorizo is a remarkably versatile Mexican ingredient, and it is probably one of the most favourite ingredients in the kitchen. Chorizo, unlike its name, is simply a sausage stuffed with traditional Mexican flavours. Grind some chilli peppers, add them to pork sausage, and you’ve picked up the essence of Mexican Chorizo.
Cinco de Mayo is an annual holiday that falls on the 5th of May, celebrating the Mexican army over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War in 1862. Hence, it is also known as ‘Battle of Puebla Day’. Here are some crazy facts about the holiday
Just as Tex-Mex food is a fusion of traditional Mexican flavours with a Texas twist, Cal-Mex food is traditional Mexican food with a California twist. Quite obvious, right? Well, no. Let’s explore the differences between Cal-Mex and Tex-Mex food into three broad categories: ingredients, preparation, and overall culture.
If you’re a fan of Mexican cuisine, you know the pleasure of the first sip of chilled cocktails after a spicy, tangy meal! On the Border serves you authentic and delicious Mexican dishes that’ll make your mouth water. What we also do is provide a bunch of chilled cocktails and drinks for you to enjoy your meal to the fullest.