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Pelonas Poblanas


Ingredients

  • 4 pelona rolls, split and toasted Substitutions available
  • 1/2 Cup McCormick® Mayonesa (Mayonnaise) With Lime Juice
  • 1 Cup refried beans, warmed
  • 1 1/2 Cup shredded iceberg lettuce
  • 3 Cups hot shredded beef
  • 3/4 Cups salsa

Directions

Spread top of each roll evenly with mayonnaise.

Spread bottom of each roll evenly with refried beans then layer with lettuce, beef, salsa and top of roll.

Nutritional Facts

Servings8

Calories Per Serving191

Total Fat4g7%

Sugar2gN/A

Saturated1g7%

Cholesterol33mg11%

Protein16g32%

Carbs22g7%

Vitamin A11µg1%

Vitamin B121µg50%

Vitamin B60.4mg30.2%

Vitamin C7mg8%

Vitamin E0.6mg4%

Vitamin K6µg5%

Calcium54mg5%

Fiber2g10%

Folate (food)16µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)54µg14%

Folic acid23µgN/A

Iron3mg15%

Magnesium35mg8%

Monounsaturated2gN/A

Niacin (B3)4mg26%

Phosphorus183mg26%

Polyunsaturated0.9gN/A

Potassium428mg9%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg17.1%

Sodium480mg20%

Thiamin (B1)0.2mg18.2%

Trans0.1gN/A

Water118gN/A

Zinc3mg31%

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OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

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Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


Puebla is a state that has become something of a media darling in recent years. That’s not to say it wasn’t already one of the most popular destinations in Mexico, especially given that going from Mexico City to Puebla takes just two hours, but it definitely seems to have been

of late. Trust me, I’m a travel writer. And if you don’t trust me, then trust the guides published by everyone from CNN to The Guardian within the last year or so.

But don’t read them. No, read mine instead.

Anyway, what I (and everyone else) is getting at is that no longer is Puebla ‘just’ a day trip from Mexico City. In fact, it’s a destination in its own right and I am so here for that. Why? Well, because Puebla is full of so many typical Mexican dishes it’s impossible to sample them all in a day. You’ve got your obvious favourites, like mole poblano and cemitas, but many visitors will likely stop there, missing out on many types of Mexican food, including several other great Puebla dishes, antojitos and even drinks.

After all, Puebla has a rich culinary legacy, which combines a dash of French influence with a penchant for using native herbs, like pápalo and epazote, and is topped off with a strong pinch of Middle Eastern inspiration.

OK, I’ll stop. The faux-recipe writing is making even me cringe.

Either way, what I’m trying to say is that Puebla is kind of Mexico’s (cliché ahoy) smorgasbord, mixing techniques, ingredients and flavours from around the world to create delicious Mexican cuisine, thanks to the fact it once served as a major stopping point on Mexican trade routes.

So, now you know why to head there for great food, here are all the popular Mexican foods you need to try in Puebla, Mexico.


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