Mexican cuisine was created after combining the cuisines of the indigenous peoples of Mexico and the European conquerors. Thanks to this, rice and dishes dominated by meat from domestic animals have appeared in the country: pork, beef, chicken, sheep and goats. Traditional dishes in Mexico are usually prepared by adding foods such as beans, avocados, corn, chili peppers, and tomatoes. Mexican cuisine is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dishes with a lot of spices are very popular in the country. Indigenous Mexicans say that the spicier the dish, the better. Like nowhere else in the world, quesadilla is deliciously prepared in Mexico – a stuffed corn or wheat tortilla, a tomato, white onion and chili sauce called pico de gallo, America’s favorite burrito and hot aromatic fajitas. As in all of Latin America, guacamole is very popular in this country – an avocado snack with lime or lemon juice. For dessert, Mexican chefs usually prepare coconut cookies, cocadas, candied fruit buns, and spicy chocolate toffee.