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Mexican street food

Mexican street food, called antojitos (literally "little cravings"), is prepared by street vendors and at small traditional markets in that country. Street foods include tacos, tamales, gorditas, quesadillas, empalmes, tostadas, chalupa, elote, tlayudas, cemita, pambazo, empanada, nachos, chilaquilesfajita and tortas, as well as fresh fruit, vegetables, beverages and soups (menudo, pozole and pancita). Most are available in the morning and the evening, as mid-afternoon is the time for the main formal meal of the day.

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I assume Mexico's capitol is always visited by tourist. Well if you are one of them and are willing to try something new and delicious, I say try the Pambazos. Although they look a little weird in the pictures they are the best food i have tasted there.

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