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Also known as "cuitlacoche" is a fungus that grows on the ears of corns. Considered a delicacy in Mexico, used extensively in central region for soup toppings, or crepes.
A vegetable, actually a flower bud; favored by Central Americans, but in particular Salvadorians.
Tender, young paddles from the Nopal cactus, whose thorns are carefully removed, edges trimmed and washed, then sliced into strips or squares and cooked until tender. Gives your salads a unique and special flavor.
A vegetable, the initial blossom of a variety of date palm tree; has a slight bitter taste.
Make bright dishes with the unique flavor of GOYA® Hearts of Palm! Just open up a can and add to all your favorite salads.
Cousin to the gooseberry, the "green tomato" is a key ingredient in many Mexican specialties.
A root vegetable, similar in texture to its cousin the potato, this popular Hispanic staple with its delicate flavor is often served as a side dish.
Baby Corn in Vinegar
Flor de Izote in Brine
Mexican-Style Sliced Carrots
Mexican-Style Zucchini Flower
Olluco - Melloco - Papalisa
Salad Cut Palmitos
Salvadorian-Style Pickled Vegetables