Mexican cuisine is one of our favorite world foods to enjoy both at restaurants and at home. The tangy and bold flavors of this Latin American country’s food catalogue are a welcome respite from the often repetitive and monotonous flavors that we typically eat in our kitchens!
One major deterrent to eating Mexican food is the idea that it is inevitably spicy, but this isn’t true! Do you want to see some proof? Check out these delicious Mexican sauces with little to no heat.
Mole sauce can be spicy, but it’s usually mild and palatable for those who even have a low tolerance to hot food. Made with an astounding collection of ingredients that often includes chiles, chocolate, spices, nuts, and fruits, this rich sauce is a great choice for those who aren’t heat lovers.
Pico de Gallo
Our go-to option at Mexican restaurants for our tortilla chips or tacos if we’re not looking for spiciness is this popular sauce, which mainly consists of diced tomatoes, onions, and mild chiles.
Now, we know what you’re thinking. “But, isn’t Valentina a hot sauce?” Technically, this popular choice is a hot sauce, but its flavor is actually quite mild. Those who might be willing to take a tiny step forward in the realm of spiciness will probably end up liking Valentina.