Typical food of Saltillo, Mexico
Some other typical dishes of Saltillo include the famous "pan de pulque", which is made with pulque, a traditional beverage obtained from agave, giving a very special flavor and aroma to it; walnut patties, "chorreadas", a kind of sweet "gorditas"; milk sweets like "jamoncillo", and the Ramos sorbets of coconut, mango, lemon, melon, and walnut.
Pear and quince liqueurs are the most traditional beverages of this city, along with the sacramental wine, produced in the town of Parras de la Fuente, which is also used as a high-quality table wine. You cannot miss a visit to the street of Salazar in the historic downtown, where you will find a variety of typical sweets. You can also visit La Carreta restaurant, offering regional and Mexican specialties.
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Cabrito al pastor Goat kid seasoned with salt and spices, cooked on the grill.
Obleas con dulce de leche Traditional sweet stuffed with milk caramel.
Pan de pulque Sweet bread typical of the region, made from "pulque", the traditional beverage.
Nieves de Ramos Delicious coconut, mango, lemon, melon, and walnut sorbets.
Fritada de cabrito Kid boiled and cooked with vegetables in a saucepan on the grill.