A traditional Mexican dish, menudo rojo is a spicy soup made with beef tripe and hominy. The dish's roots are firmly planted in peasant food heritage and poverty: Peasants would prepare the choice cuts for hacienda owners and were lucky to get the leftover offal. Inventive cooks created this soup that made good use of one of the major leftovers: the stomach.
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