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Chilaquiles Stuffed With Oaxaca Cheese


Chilaquiles, a beloved classic in Mexican cuisine, have long graced breakfast and brunch tables across Mexico and beyond. This dish traditionally combines crispy tortilla chips bathed in rich salsa, crowned with toppings like cheese, crema, and fresh herbs. However, the culinary world's innovative spirit has sparked a delightful twist on this beloved staple.


This stuffed chilaquiles recipe adds a delicious twist by filling the tortilla chips with a savory mixture of cheese and other ingredients. It's a hearty and satisfying meal perfect for breakfast, brunch, or any time you're craving a taste of Mexico.


Stuffed Chilaquiels with Oaxaca Cheese Recipe


The trend of "stuffed" chilaquiles has emerged as a playful fusion of textures and tastes. By filling the tortilla chips with a medley of savory ingredients, a delicious dialogue between tradition and modernity unfolds. This time we will show the recipe for Chilaquiles Stuffed with Oaxaca Cheese.

Ingredients

(Serves 4)


For the Dough

  • 4 cups of corn flour,

  • Water

  • 1 teaspoon salt

  • 1 tablespoon of butter


For the Chilaquiles

  • 300 grams of Oaxaca cheese, grated, for the filling

  • Enough vegetable oil to fry

  • 600gr of Green Salsa or your favorite salsa - inspiration here

  • Shredded chicken breast, to accompany

  • Onion, to accompany

  • Cream, to accompany

  • Cotija or Fresco cheese, to accompany

Instructions


  1. For the dough, pour the corn flour into a bowl and add the water little by little until you have a homogeneous dough, then add the salt and butter and continue kneading until it is perfectly incorporated. Reserve.

  2. With your hands, form a ball of approximately 50 grams. Use a plastic bag cut in half on the tortilla press to make it easier to handle the dough.

  3. Place the ball of dough and press until it forms a tortilla, add cheese inside the tortilla and close it, forming a triangle with the dough with the help of the plastic bag, so that it does not fall apart. Repeat the process until you have enough chilaquiles and set aside.

  4. In a frying pan over medium heat, heat the oil and fry the chilaquiles; Take care that they do not stick to each other. Place on absorbent paper towels to remove excess fat and set aside.

  5. In a saucepan over medium heat, pour 1 tablespoon of oil and sauté the sauce of your election, season with salt and pepper. Let it cook for 10 minutes until it has a semi-thick consistency.

  6. Serve the chilaquiles bathed in green sauce, served with chicken, onion, cream, and cotija/fresco cheese.



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