GASTRONOMIA-TEQUISQUIAPAN
GASTRONOMIA-TEQUISQUIAPAN

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Gastronomy and typical cuisine in Querétaro

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WHAT TO EAT IN TEQUISQUIAPAN

One of the most iconic dishes here is the barbacoa de borrego (lamb meat, combined with delicious herbs and spices).

Other dishes to savor in this nice place are: gorditas de maíz quebrado, asado de puerco (roast pork), guajolote en mole and carnitas (braised or roasted pork dish), as well as chicharrón or huitlacoche quesadillas.

Other delicacies that you can try in this Magical Town are their quelites, pan de queso (cheese bread), tortas de avena (oatmeal cakes), and nopales tostadas, which you can accompany with Tequisquiapan chili, a mixture of guajillo chile and chilaca chili.

Tequisquiapan is home to fantastic artisan cheese producers, especially sheep and goat cheeses, and of course magnificent the wines. As far as cheese is concerned, it is considered one of the best places in the country to try artisan cheese. You can visit some farms and you will be able to learn more about the production process and take home a delicious ranchero cheese or a reblochon cheese that is marinated with a good wine from Querétaro.

As for the wines, visiting some of the region's vineyards is truly a delight. Many of them have wine tasting sessions and even restaurants where you can enjoy regional delicacies perfectly combined with their delicious wines.

If you want to try other types of drinks, you can also savor a cured tuna pulque, consumed since pre-Hispanic times in Mexico.

There are also options for sweet lovers. Here you can enjoy piloncillo cookies, crystallized fruit, jamoncillos, charamuscas, ate and natillas (a custard dish typically made with milk, sugar, vanilla, eggs, and cinnamon).

Gastronomy and typical cuisine in Tequisquiapan

“Panecillos de Queso” (Cheese Bread) Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 500 grams of cornstarch or cornmeal
  • 400 grams of grated cheese (the cheese of your choice)
  • 250 milliliters of milk
  • 125 grams of butter
  • 2 eggs
  • salt to taste

Directions:

Heat the milk and butter in a saucepan. Remove them before they come to a boil.

In a bowl place the corn flour or cornstarch, the salt and place a little of the hot mixture. Integrate the ingredients well and once it has warmed, knead with your hands.

In a bowl place the corn flour or cornstarch, the salt and place a little of the hot mixture. Integrate the ingredients well and once it has warmed, knead with your hands.

Mix all the ingredients well until they are fully integrated. If it feels dry, add another egg, or if it is too liquid, add a little more flour. Ratify the seasoning.

Once the dough is ready, take small amounts of the dough and shape them into a ball. Place them on a baking tray with a couple of fingers apart.

Heat at 200ºC for about 10 minutes or until they have grown and are golden.

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