corn tortillas, beans, cheese, pork
Tlacoyo is a oval-shaped pre-Hispanic Mexican dish made of masa. Somewhat torpedo-shaped, they are fatter than fresh corn tortillas and stuffed with cooked ground beans, cheese, fava beans, chicharron or other ingredients and fried or toasted.
Tlacoyos can be served as an accompaniment to soups and stews or as appetizers for celebrations. Most traditional tlacoyos do not have lard or salt in the masa, and if not eaten soon after they are cooked, they become very tough and dry, …
Created Oct. 13, 2017 by: itisclaudio
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