As the Hispanic population in the United States has increased so, too, has our interest in delicious Hispanic foods from different parts of the Latin world. According to The Huffington Post, the American Hispanic population was 53 million strong in 2013. Within that sizable population, there are Puerto Ricans, Colombians, Argentinians, Mexicans, and many, many other different peoples with varied backgrounds and recetas for their culturally specific cuisines.
Just like all other Americans, Hispanic immigrants have brought with them their food culture. Unarguably, the most popular and successful of Hispanic foods is Mexican cuisine. As statistics from IBIS World show, the Mexican food industry in the U.S. generates $31 billion in revenue annually, and it’s expected to grow by 1.4% per year through 2