After a long day at the beach, you are probably craving delicious and fast food. Latin barbecue cuisine is a Miami staple, providing both locals and tourists with light and satisfying meals. But what makes a latin style barbecue different from an American barbecue? The next time you are searching for food delivery or restaurants of this type, look for these signs.
- Zesty Spices: Expect to taste an exciting mix of cumin, chiles, garlic, cilantro, and other flavors while at a latin barbecue. These are used in rice, to season meat, and mixed up in vegetables. As always, the specific combination of flavors will vary depending on the chef.
- Rice And Beans: A latin staple, rice and beans will always be around to compliment barbecue meat. This tasty dish is carried by all latin restaurants and made by many latin families as well. It is a great side dish for any meal.
- Tortillas: Usually made of corn, tortillas are a highly versatile food. These flat side dishes are also a staple in latin restaurants and catering. These are a great compliment to a wide variety of other dishes. In Tex Mex restaurants, you might find flour tortillas instead of corn to compliment your food.
- Variety Of Meat: Latin barbecues are a meat lover’s paradise. From savory chicken to spicy sausage, the grill will be filled with many types of meat. Luckily, this selection is also available in fast food and restaurant menus, so you can enjoy them anytime.
- Sauces: Dip your meat and tortillas in the many sauces available at latin barbecues and restaurants. From chipotle to adobo sauces, you can usually expect a wide selection. If you are cooking with friends, someone might even have their own version or combination of these sauces.
Whether ordering food delivery, attending a friend’s barbecue, or attending an event with latin catering, you will not be disappointed by this cuisine. If you are living or vacationing in Florida, you can expect to find latin style barbecues in many beach towns. There were 39,325 eating and drinking establishments in Florida in 2014, so chances are that many of these will have the zest that your taste buds are craving.