If you are just beginning your foray into Mexican cuisine, it is important to remember that Mexican food is always evolving. The first staples were corn and beans, and new ingredients and spices have slowly been introduced over the last 600 years to make "Mexican food" what it is today.
When you're in the mood for Mexican food, you can make a delicious recipe that is fast and simple. By making it yourself, you'll be amazed at how inexpensively you can create these dishes, too.
In Mexico, some people believe that the cuts of beef that are closest to the bone are the tastiest, and oxtail is a good example of that. In this recipe, the oxtail is paired with Poblano peppers in a tomato-based stew that can be served with white rice and enjoyed with some warm crusty bread.