Enjoying the delicious gastronomy of Puebla while walking through its beautiful streets, is undoubtedly something that will leave you with the best of memories.
This city is culturally known for the elaboration of its emblematic Talavera, a type of ceramic that until today is worked by the potters of Puebla, and that in 2019 its manufacturing process was declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
You will surely be pleased to be here for 3 hours, during which you can walk through the old neighborhoods that will lead you to one of the most famous bakeries to enjoy the smell of freshly baked bread and taste exquisite antojitos poblanos such as the famous cemita poblana, characteristic dish of the place, made up of two loaves of bread commonly decorated with sesame seeds and a mixture of flavors inside, among which you can choose: cold meats, chicken breast or others, combining them with 3 ingredients that could not be missing to give it that peculiar flavor: chipotle chili, quesillo and papalo leaves.
In addition, you will observe the process of nixtamal (cooking of corn kernels in water with a little lime) which is known as nixtamalization, which is precisely what gives that unique flavor to the Mexican tortilla and that you rarely find in any tortilla factory in the city; you will continue moving through the streets under the guidance of the tour guide who will explain more about the typical food of Puebla.
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