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The xoctli was filled with food and heated over a fire. ... but the only specification of the Aztec type of frying appears to be some ...

www.aztec-history.com/aztec-food.html

What was Aztec food like? Is it still eaten today? What is an Aztec food recipe like ?

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The Aztec Indians were a simple people. They relied on what they could grow and hunt as their primary food sources. Because it was easier to grow crops than  ...

www.mexicolore.co.uk/aztecs/kids/aztec-foods

Basic Aztec facts: AZTEC FOODS. Without animals like cows, sheep and goats, the Mexica (Aztec) diet was mainly veg, fruit and grains. Top of the list was maize  ...

aztecs.mrdonn.org/food.html

The Aztecs did not have cows, sheep, or goats. They grew chili peppers, corn, tomatoes, beans, and squash on the floating gardens they built on the marshy ...

www.ancient.eu/article/723

The Aztec civilization, which flourished in central Mexico between c. 1345 and 1521 CE, was able to provide, through a combination of climatic advantages, ...

www.aztec-indians.com/aztec-food.html

Like the food common to modern day Mexico, Aztec food tended to be both rich and spicy. In fact, many of the ancient Aztec foods were flavored with chili ...

www.dkfindout.com/us/history/mayans/what-did-maya-aztecs-and-incas-eat

The Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations ate simple food. Corn (maize) was the central food in their diet, along with vegetables such as beans and squash.

www.foodtimeline.org/foodmaya.html

Food Timeline--history notes: Aztec, Maya & Inca foods.

www.aztec-history.net/aztec_food

Corn - The Main Aztec Food. Of all the foods the Aztecs ate, the most important part of their cuisine was corn, which they called maize. In fact, maize was so ...