Traditional recipe of Mexican gastronomy: the tarasca soup, the michoacán dish

The Tarasca Soup It is a characteristic preparation of the Mexican gastronomy, especially Michoacán food. Its preparation consists in roasting the tomatoes, onion and garlic to mix well and then fry it in a pan, finally add the beans previously cooked with epazote, usually accompanied with panela cheese and strips of fried tortillas.

Tarasca soup is said to have been created in 1966 in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, when Felipe Oseguera Iturbide they asked for a single dish for the inauguration of his hotel called San Felipe, so, together with his sister, they created this dish, while his wife proposed the name of “Tarasca Soup”this in honor of the indigenous peoples of the place.