Celebrate Independence Day at home

September has arrived and the world is still experiencing the COVID pandemic, so massive events are not yet fully possible.

This month Mexico celebrates its Independence, and The suggestion of the Government of Jalisco is to avoid attending public squares and follow the Cry of Independence this September 15 in a special program from 9:30 p.m. on Jalisco TV and on official government networks. It should be remembered that from 6:00 p.m., the first square of the city will be closed.

And for those who want to have fun in the celebration of Mexican Independence Day and avoid risks, they can organize a Mexican Night in their own home.

Gather your small group of friends and your family, make sure that the number of people does not exceed the space of your house and have a whole party, either on the patio or in the living room of your house.

The evening can begin with traditional games that can be enjoyed by both children and adults, among these the lottery, snakes and ladders, rings in the bottle, and several more that you can think of.

Pozole can be a perfect dinner dish. ESPECIAL / Image by Alpha Creativa on Pixabay.

As a snack, there are many options from the classic fried foods to the healthiest ones with cucumber, jicama, oranges, seeds such as peanuts, enchiladas, and some others that you want.

It is important that the outfit sea to this to the celebration, so you can ask your guests to wear a tricolor motif or a single color on their clothing, be it green, white or red. Women can include a matching hairstyle or an allusive accessory with these colors.

For dinner, whether you buy a whole menu of snacks Mexicans like pozole, tacos dorados, sopes and more; do it at home from an early hour or have each guest bring a traditional dish of the season.

The golden tacos are also a good accompaniment to the pozole. ESPECIAL / Photo by Daniel Lloyd Blunk-Fernández on Unsplash.

To accompany, drinks can not be missing, whether they are prepared, cocktails alcoholic and non-alcoholic, preferably with tequila and fresh waters for the little ones at home and for those who don’t drink alcohol. For dessert, it can be the typical jericallas from Jalisco, a rice pudding or another of your choice.

The national drink cannot be absent from the national celebration. ESPECIAL / Photo by Francisco Galarza on Unsplash.

For the time to scream Long live Mexico!, everyone should prepare with the national flag, noisemakers, accessories and a voice that proudly resonates that Long live Mexico! That comes from the heart.

Have fun from home and enjoy the celebration with your loved ones.

For more information about the Cry of Independence in Jalisco visit the website https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/prensa/noticias/132997



  • Independence Day
  • Mexican night
  • Cry of Independence

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