Mexican food is going through a popularity boom in Australia. Salsas are now a common part of the food dialect and everyone is a chilli expert these days. There are various brands of certified and commercially available salsa products, or of course, you can make your own.
You can make a kosher version of just about any recipe, regardless of where the dish originates from. Tacos, burritos, nachos, fajitas and all the rest of the amazing Mexican dishes we’re all familiar with are great because they showcase fresh ingredients, they’re simple to prepare and provide tasty options for finer food right though to main courses.
Speak to us at L’amour Catering to discuss kosher catering in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Byron Bay. We pride ourselves on working with customers to deliver the ideal menu for their event, from intimate ceremonies to large scale weddings.
Mexico’s Interesting Jewish History
Jewish conversos are believed to have arrived in Mexico in the 16th century. The converted to Catholicism during the Spanish Inquisition, with many rising through the ranks of the religion during the next few decades, while some returned to Judaism.
It wasn’t until the 1860s that Mexico ended official discrimination against non-Catholic religions and by 1930 more that 21,000 Jews had migrated to South America from Eastern Europe.
Kosher Catering Mexican Dessert Ideas
While savoury spicy food immediately springs to mind when people think of Mexican food, there are many delicious sweet treats that are ideal catering options for a Mexican themed event.
Churros of all different varieties, think corn churros, sweet coconut coated, chocolate dipping sauce. Delicious flans, the wobbly, sweet, caramel sauce topped pudding widely adopted throughout Mexico. Cocada are tasty treats made from shredded coconut and egg that are oven baked to produce a chewy tasty dessert treat.