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Based on the ancient traditions

AztecaFood is a food delivery anywhere you go. Enjoy the most delicious Aztec and Mexican food from the comfort of your home or office. We take real pride in serving our guests authentic Mexican dishes made with the finest ingredients available.

Popular ingredients that are used in Aztec cuisine


Maize (also called corn or mealies) was the staple grain of the Aztec empire. Maize has been domesticated for thousands of years, and it likely first came into common use in Mexico, spreading to the rest of the world from there.

Beans and squash

Aztec food also included beans and squash. Of course, maize and beans are still a cornerstone of the Mexican diet, a healthy combination especially if you're not eating a lot of meat.


One of the greatest gifts to the world from Mexico is chocolate. The cocoa bean was highly treasured in the Aztec Empire. In fact, the bean was used as a currency, as well as Aztec food. Or, in this case, drink. The cocoa beans were used to make a thick chocolate drink, but far different than the hot chocolate we know today.

What Kind of Food
Did the Aztecs Eat?


One of the primary crops that the Aztec people grew was corn, or maize, which they used to prepare a wide variety of other foods. The Aztecs relied so heavily on corn because it supplied a good amount of calories to sustain life, and was also a source of protein, which the people needed to support their physically active lives.


Beans were another food staple in the Aztec diet because they, like corn, were a good source of protein. According to Smith, beans were served at every meal in the Aztec culture.

Fruits and Vegetables

The Aztec people grew a variety of fruits and vegetables, which provided them with key vitamins and minerals that they needed to support their active lives and their good health.

Interesting facts about Aztec/Mexican cuisine

Based on
ancient traditions

A lot of the Mexican food available today is based on traditional Mexican recipes, which the Aztecs and Mayas invented. There are also some exotic recipes featuring iguana, rattlesnake, and spider monkeys, which are not unheard of ingredients but are seldom used in modern Mexican cuisine.

Health benefits

There are many health benefits when it comes to Mexican foods. They are rich in vitamins and minerals, with low fat and calories. Mexican dishes contain many fresh ingredients that you may not be able to find in other types of cuisine. Tomatoes, peppers, onions, and others are very healthy for your body.

Different regions
- different food

Each Mexican region offers different Mexican food. A lot of this depends on the geography and climate of the region and its ethnic differences. In the north of Mexico, meat dishes are very popular. In the south, vegetables and chicken are widely used. The Mexican state of Vera Cruz produces a lot of seafood dishes because this state is long and tropical and there are lowlands running up and down the Gulf of Mexico.

Domiciano Palomo Corrales

AztecaFood Chief Cook

AztecaFood brings all the traditional flavours of Mexico to you. Our menu includes the best authentic Mexican dishes that you can find. Our talented chef's and super friendly staff deliver an exotic blend of mouth-watering Mexican flavours that you can't find anywhere else. All of our dishes are prepared fresh and with the finest ingredients, and our service is always delivered with a smile.

All orders can be submitted immediately or scheduled for a later time, and are recorded on your account.

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Family and I have eaten here several times. Love the food, the best place in town! Thank you to the Chef and the cooks that prepare the delicious food.

Jan Mueller

Delivery is always extremely fast, the food arrives hot and the delivery people are always friendly. I tend to order the noodle dishes and the quality is always top notch.

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