Taste the traditional Chile en Nogada in a cup of ice cream
Have you ever imagined trying one of the most traditional Mexican dishes in a cup of ice cream?
In the municipality of Atlixco in the state of Puebla there is an ice cream shop named Ximitl, known for creating ice cream with unconventional flavors. On its menu, you can find ice cream made with avocado and mole poblano. However, recently Don Gerardo Morales Ximitl, the creator of these ice cream, decided to experiment with a new flavor, turning into an ice cream flavor one of the most delicious and representative dishes of the Mexican cuisine: the Chile en Nogada.
Using all the ingredients of this famous dish, such as pear, apple, beef and pork, raisins, walnut, pomegranate, among others, Don Gerardo has put on sale this new flavor, doing it carefully to keep always the same flavor.
It’s been such a hit on social media, that many tourists who visit the municipality of Atlixco, don’t leave before trying the Chile en Nogada ice cream. Thanks to this delicious artisanal product, Don Gerardo Morales has been able to expose his business, attracting more and more visitors to the Magical Town of Atlixco.
This exquisite dessert is on sale only during August and September, a cup of ice cream costs about $35 pesos. Do not miss the chance to try the Chile en Nogada ice cream and visit Ximitl Ice Cream Shop, on Constitución Street #5 in downtown Atlixco.
Besides delicious ice cream flavors, during September, you can discover in Atlixco all of its typical dishes and products in the regional fair, where the best of the region is shown through dance exhibitions, as well as gastronomy shows and craft work art displays.
It’s time to plan your next visit to the beautiful state of Puebla, book your stay in advance in Best Western Plus Puebla, a hotel that thanks to its excellent location will allow you to transfer easily to any point in the city. Its comfortable rooms and affordable rates are the perfect excuse for a delicious weekend getaway, in which you can seize to visit the Magical Towns found all around the state of Puebla.
Photo from: Imagen Poblana