Blanca Blue Presents New Dinner Menu

Recently, Blanca Blue (Carretera a Barra de Navidad KM 7.5, Zona Hotelera Sur) has introduced a new dinner menu concept featuring six distinct categories including: Appetizers, Signature Soups, Pre-Hispanic Traditions, Market Food, Grandmother’s Traditions and Specialties.

The dishes are typically Mexican with some American and international favorites and also a fusion of different cuisines. The result is a truly sensational menu that has every option to satisfy your hunger depending what you are in the mood for.

We present some dishes from each category:

· Appetizers
Mexican Delight
This is a dish with Mexican ingredients including spicy mushrooms, fried cheese, paddle cactus, and grilled zucchini. The plate is dotted with a tasty peanut dip. The fried cheese and grilled zucchini are soft, yet perfectly crunchy. The spicy mushrooms have an indescribably delicious flavor.

· Signature Soups
Roasted Cream of Corn Soup
This soup is prepared with goat cheese, ravioli, huitlacoche and epazote. The corn is roasted until almost burnt giving it a unique flavor. It’s a simple, wholesome soup that is perfect for wetting your appetite.

· Pre-Hispanic Traditions
Fried Squash Blossoms
They are filled with Oaxaca cheese and served on a handmade tortilla topped with tomato sauce. This dish seems like a taco, yet it transforms into a quesadilla once in your mouth.

· Market Food
Seasonal Mushroom Sope
This popular dish found in Mexican food markets consists of refried beans, Brussels sprouts, panela cheese and amaranth. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, this dish is simple, yet exquisite.

· Grandmother’s Traditions
Pork and Tomatillo Stew
This dish comes from Michoacán state and is traditionally cooked in a copper pot. The pork belly is slow cooked for 12 hours at 80 degrees. The pork belly is a combination of meat fat and meat, which make it incredibly tender. This hearty dish is food for the soul.

· Specialties
Duck Crackling and Mole
The duck is prepared like carnitas (the Mexican version of pulled pork). It is slow cooked resulting in super tender and juicy meat. Mole is a traditional spicy Mexican sauce usually prepared with five different types of dried chiles. Served with potato chips, carrots and plantain tortillas.

For reservations and more details, visit the Blanca Blue social networks.

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