Dinner Menu

Fresh ingredients, great mexican recipes and our focus on making you feel like family are just part of what will make our restaurant a Las Vegas Favorite. Come enjoy the Best Mexican Food in town!
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Best Mexican Food in Town

Great Food, Family & Fun! We will enjoy bringing you all your mexican favorites with an Eddie's Twist & hope you will help us create a new Tradition in the decades to come. Come enjoy the authentic & creative Mexican Food you crave.

Lunch Menu

Lunch is served daily from 11:00 AM – 3PM. Come in and enjoy a large variety of fresh & delicious authentic Mexican dishes that will make your mouth water. Dine in or Take out, you can't go wrong!
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What are the Agricultural Factors that Influenced the Cuisine of Mexico? Beans, Corn & More

Mexico is well known for its diverse and rich culinary culture and heritage. Mexican cuisine is directly influenced by its primary agricultural and homegrown ingredients. The plants grown throughout Mexico and South America have created some of the most beloved dishes, some of which has been around for centuries. Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant would like to share how Mexico’s and south America’s agriculture is responsible for some of the most iconic Mexican dishes that we frequently crave.

What are the Mexican Cuisines Influences & History?

Maize (corn): Maize is considered the backbone of both Mexican agriculture and cuisine. Maize has been a staple food in the country for thousands of years. Maize is used in many different forms in Mexican cuisine, including tortillas, tamales, gorditas, and tlacoyos. It is also used to make masa, which is a dough that is used to create various types of corn-based dishes.
Beans: Beans are another important crop in Mexico that is a great source of protein. Some of the most common types of beans used in Mexican cuisine include black beans, pinto beans, and kidney beans. They are often used in dishes such as refried beans, bean soups, and bean salads. In many Mexican dishes, beans are either the main or part of the dish.
Chilies: Mexico is home to many different types of chili peppers. Each pepper has its own unique flavor and spicy level. Some of the most common types of chilies you will find in Mexican cuisine are jalapeño, serrano, poblano, ancho, and chipotle. Chilies are used to add heat and flavor to dishes, and they are also often used in sauces, salsas, and marinades. Most Mexican dishes will have chilies in some form or another in it.
Avocado: Avocado is a fruit that is native to Mexico and is the world’s largest producers of this fruit. Avocados are used in many different ways in Mexican cuisine, including as a topping for tacos, and is a key ingredient in guacamole. Avocado is often also used as a garnish for soups and stews.
Tomatoes: Tomatoes are another essential ingredient in many Mexican dishes, and Mexico is known for its flavorful and juicy tomatoes. Tomatoes are used in a variety of different dishes and used to create many other types of dishes. Tomatoes are often used in salsas, stews, and sauces. They are also used as the base for many traditional Mexican dishes, such as the red chili sauce used in enchiladas.

Authentic Mexican Cuisine in Las Vegas, Nevada (Just Minutes from Summerlin, North LV, Paradise, Lone Mountain & Henderson, NV)

As these are some of the most popular agricultural plants used in Mexican cuisine, you must not forget about cocoa, vanilla, papayas, mangoes, and pineapples. Mexico’s agriculture has influenced Mexican cuisine, which is known for its bold flavors and diverse use of ingredients. Traditional Mexican dishes often include a combination of these primary plants, fajitas, tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and more. Mexico’s agricultural crops doesn’t just stop at great food. The agave plant is used to make tequila and that is use for margaritas and more. Thanks to Mexico’s agriculture we have the great food we still enjoy today. When you are looking for great Mexican cuisine, come on down to Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant today.

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