Mexican soups are sometimes overlooked but they are nonetheless an important part of mexican cuisine. It is true that when we think of mexican food,
I grant you that soup isn't the first thing that comes to mind, but there is a wide variety of mexican soups waiting to be tried, and here is a very small sample of their diversity.
Mexican soups are often a nice first course to an elaborate mexican meal, but not always; they range from the humble side dish all the way to the hearty soup-as-a-meal bowl. Mexicans love their mexican soups...
The first traditional mexican soup recipe you will hear about would most likely be the Pozole (see section on Pozole); then the avocado soup also is popular, the cactus (nopales) soups, and then all the regional soup specialties... As usual, I will sum up here the most significant recipes from the mexican cuisine cookbook for you to see and try.