The Mexican capital has broken its own record with a 85m-long enchilada.
Restaurants from the humble Mexico City neighborhood of Iztapalapa created the giant meal to celebrate Mexican tradition and culture.
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Jesus Valencia from the Iztapalapa Municipality explained the event would help “promote family life and boost the economy”.
Dating back from Mayan times, enchiladas are tortilla shells filled with beef, vegetables, cheese and sauce and are usually served warm.
For a great enchilada recipe, that is normal size, check out the Vallarta Daily enchilada recipe here.