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Inflation and chiles en nogada, how much does it cost to prepare them?

Mexico is known for its wide gastronomic range and one of the favorite dishes is the chiles en nogada , a dish of Pueblan origin whose season is about to begin.

Chiles en nogada, which were born after Mexico’s Independence was proclaimed, became one of the country’s culinary standards. Despite its delicious flavor, this year it may be more difficult to satisfy that craving, since the rise in food prices has made preparing them more expensive than usual.

How much does it cost to make chiles en nogada?

Below, we present the approximate price of the ingredients necessary to prepare the chiles en nogada, and how much it cost to make it in July 2019, that is, before the coronavirus pandemic.

Considering that period, the cost of preparing the dish has increased by approximately 42%. Although if you are one of the most demanding palates, preparing a chili en nogada can be more expensive depending on the quantity and quality of the ingredients you buy.

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