Menudo - Mexican Beef Tripe Soup (Stew)

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Menudo - Mexican Beef Tripe Soup (Stew) History and more

Originating from Mexico and Ecuador, Menudo (Mexican Beef Tripe Soup) is a spicy broth that is made from beef tripe that can have either a clear, red or green base. Vegetables and other spices are added to the broth such as lime juice to give the dish its traditional tangy flavor, red chili peppers on the other hand give the stew its reddish color and spiciness, oregano, epazote, chopped cilantro and onions are also added, these last two garnish the dish and enhances its flavor. The red chili peppers are used only for the red version (Menudo Colorado) since it adds a mild spice to the dish. The white menudo is made without the spice and hominy is added to the broth, this version is more popular in the northern part of the country. This dish is usually served with tortillas, to compliment the meal. Menudo gets its popular name because it refers to the beef tripe or sheep stomach in the soup, which is known in Spanish as

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