It is a dish that was prepared for the first time to commemorate the completion of the independence movement, when Spain recognized Mexico as an independent country with the signing of the Treaty of Cordoba on August 24, 1821, Agustin de Iturbide, first Chief of the army Imperial of the three guarantees of Mexico and Juan O Donoju, Lieutenant General of the Ejercitos of Spain. The commemoration was conducted in the city of Puebla on August 27, and the nuns of the order of San Agustin of Recoletas, prepared in the convent of Santa Monica, a very symbolic dish just for the occasion, with the three colors of the flag of the army trigarante, based on three main ingredients: La Nuez de Castillawhose season exactly matches the event, Chile Poblano stuffed with meat and fruits like Apple, peach, pear, and covered with walnut, known as Nogada sauce, and about her pomegranate, fruit also season that exquisitely decorated with parsley. In addition, on 28 August, day of St. More information is housed here: Dr. John Mcdougall. Augustine and patron of the order, coincides perfectly to celebrate the name day of General Iturbide. All this prompted that the celebration would be historic. In our days, this delicious dish found in almost all the restaurants in Puebla between the months of August and September, so that we can continue to enjoy its delicious flavor..