Ice cream Tortas, the delicacy eaten in the State of Mexico

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Lemon, strawberry, mango or cheese, chocolate and vanilla ice cream, this is how the ice cream tortas have been sold in the State of Mexico since 1963 are prepared.

Lemon, strawberry, mango or cheese, chocolate and vanilla ice cream, this is how the ice cream tortas have been sold in the State of Mexico since 1963 are prepared.

Turkey tamales in Mexico City, turkeys with chalupas and stews in Pachuca, Hidalgo, and even tortas de chilaquiles in various parts of the country, as if that were not enough, now the ice cream tortas are sold in the State of Mexico (Edomex).

And even though this combination of foods emerged in 1963, it barely began to become popular among people in recent weeks thanks to social networks that were surprised by this particular fusion.

Which for some people is considered a delicacy, having scoops of lemon, mango, tamarind ice cream or vanilla, chocolate, strawberry ice cream and other combinations that make it unique in its kind.

Where is the ice cream torta sold in Edomex?

The now famous ice cream tortas emerged as a local dish from a paletería in the State of Mexico, which is only an hour from Mexico City.

To be more exact, this dessert was invented in the Paletería y Nevería Sánchez, located in the Xonacatlán municipality of the Mexican state.

And although many would think that the torta does not have great science for its preparation, the reality is that not all flavors of ice cream “combine” with bread, so you need to make the right choice of what to eat.

It is worth noting that this dish is sold every day at a cost of 18 pesos, which is worth for the paletería to put a total of four flavors to the delicacy that combines cold with ice cream.

Although it is true that the ice cream cake was created in the Paletería y Nevería Sánchez, today it can be found in different parts of the State of Mexico, although if you want to try the originals, you will have to go to the center in Xonacatlán, in the number 38 of the street September 16.

Source: ADN40