Poblantos are made of ground pork, beans, corn, tomatoes and peppers.
In Mexico, they are also known as tamales, but in Latin America they are often called tamales en muerte, meaning a delicious and sweet corn dish.
The meat is then covered in cheese, salsa and red sauce.
In this photo, a taco stands in front of the bar in Mexico City, Mexico.
It’s part of a trend to make tacos at home in Latin American countries.
Source Bloomberg title A trip to Mexico City: Taco bell closes shop after 15 years article In 2017, Taco Bell in the U.S. was acquired by Taco Bell and became Taco Bell Mexico, which has since expanded into other countries.
But the Mexican company also owns other popular brands such as Doritos, Tostadas, and Domino’s.
In a recent report, Taco Del Sol, a consulting firm, estimated that Mexican Taco Bells had lost around $50 billion.
Taco Bell is also a member of the Mexican conglomerate Grupo Modelo y Proyectos, which operates the Taco Bell brand.