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Birria

Birria
Birria and condiments
Type Stew
Place of origin Mexico
Region or state Jalisco
Main ingredients meat (typically goat or sheep), dried chili peppers
Cookbook: Birria 

Birria(Spanish: ) is a Mexican dish from the state of Jalisco.[1] The dish is a spicy stew, traditionally made from goat meat or mutton, but occasionally from beef or chicken.[1] The dish is often served as celebratory occasions, such as weddings and baptisms, and holidays, such as Christmas and Easter.[1] It is also reputed as a hangover remedy.[1] Preparation techniques vary, but the dish is often served with corn tortillas, onion, and lime.[1] Traditionally, the meat is marinaded in adobo spices.[1]

In Mexican culture

Restaurants or street carts that serve birria are known as birrierias and exist through Mexico, but especially in Jalisco and its capital, Guadalajara.[1] Birria is an icon of the cultural identity of the jalisciences (people of Jalisco) and especially the tapatíos (people of Guadalajara).[1] However, neighboring Mexican states have their own variations of the dish: the birria estilo Zacatecas of Zacatecas and the birria de Colima of Colima.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Rafael Hernández, "Birria," in Celebrating Latino Folklore: An Encyclopedia of Cultural Traditions, Vol. 1 (2012, ed. María Herrera-Sobek).
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