Mexican cuisine is considered to be very varied due to its pre-Hispanic (indigenous Mesoamerica*) and European (mainly Spanish) heritage, a consequence of the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire (**) during the XNUMXth century.(*) Mesoamerica is a cultural super-area of pre-Columbian America, that is to say a set of geographical areas occupied by ethnic groups who shared many common cultural traits before the ...
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