Fritanga Tiangue de Monimbó

In the typical dishes with local identity, the baked goods, donuts, corn chicha and ginger stand out, as well as casserole dough, old Indian, nacatamales, watery rice, pebre, pig's head with cooked yucca and beef soup; Dishes that you can savor and savor in the Monimbó tiangue, which in the Nahuatl language means market.

Gastronomic tourism

If you want to savor the traditional food of Masaya and other areas of the country, visit the Tiangue de Monimbó, located in the Plaza Pedro Joaquín Chamorro of the Indigenous community of Monimbó. It is an old restored gastronomic offer site.

It currently has 26 modules, managed and attended mostly by women who have worked on the site for more than 20 years. They are open from 4:00 pm in the morning until 9:00 at night.

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Preparation of Syrup

It is part of the cultural history of Masaya, being a point where the natives of that same neighborhood came to market food products through barter.

Here you will find freshly made tortillas served with curd, pork head as it is known in Managua or often as it is called in this city, pebre, stuffed tamale, pisque tamale, atol, cooked corn, fried, enchiladas, tacos, fried and a variety of typical drinks such as jícaro seed and cocoa or fruit drinks of the season to cool off a bit.

Also if you want to taste a delicious typical sweet visit Dulcería El Carmen, located at kilometer 29 ½ Masaya - Granada highway from Villa Sacuanjoche 50 yards to the south.


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