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Morisqueta is a dish meal from Apatzingán Michoacan. The dish consists of cooked rice, combined with beans, and served with a sauce of tomato, onion and garlic. It may contain cubes of adobera, ranchero or fresh cheese, which melts. There are other sauces with pork or beef. It is accompanied with totopos, tostadas, or fried taquitos. In some places[which?] it is customary to serve morisqueta with aporreadillo (shredded, dried meat, fried with egg, cooked in a guajillo sauce with cumin). Morisqueta has a strong resemblance to Moros y Cristianos, since they use the same base of rice and beans.[1]

Another rice dish, consisting of white rice, onion and garlic, but no beans, meat or cheese, is also called morisqueta. It is sometimes served with cilantro and Serrano pepper.[2]

References

  1. ^ Graber, Karen Hursh. "Michoacán-Style Rice with Chorizo: Morisqueta con Chorizo". Mexconnect. Retrieved 13 August 2015.
  2. ^ Martinez, Mely. "Mexican White Rice Recipe / Receta de Arroz Blanco Mexicano". Mexico in My Kitchen. Archived from the original on 11 March 2015. Retrieved 13 August 2015.