A very Mexican food are the golden tacos or tacos fried in oil and very American flauta, are accompanied by many sauces, but the most common are with guacamole or bean paste, covered with fresh cheese, cream and a rich spicy sauce.
They are very easy to make, very tasty and above all economical. The most common recipe is usually chicken tacos dorados or potato tacos with chorizo, but there are many other ways to fill these tacos, for example, with cottage cheese, carrots, jicama or beets.
Tacos Dorados, the Mexican food par excellence
It is a rolled corn tortilla with a filling of your choice, which makes tacos dorados an economical and filling meal par excellence.
I always ask for flautas or tacos dorados in restaurants, but I have yet to see a recipe anywhere that makes them the way I like them: crispy. Instead of baking them, this recipe can be made with a frying pan with lots of oil or with a deep fryer. Fuses the flavors and makes them crispier. Serve with rice, salad or any side dish of your choice.
- 10 corn tortillas
- 1 chicken breast cooked and shredded
- 1 cup oil
- 5 tomatoes for the sauce
- 3 serrano peppers
- ¼ onions
- 1 clove of garlic
- ½ bunches of fresh cilantro
- 2 avocados for the sauce
- ¼ cups lemon juice
- to taste of salt
- to taste of lettuce to accompany
- to the taste of horseradish to accompany
- fresh cheese to taste to accompany
- to taste of sour cream to accompany
- Fill the tortillas with the chicken, roll up to form a taco,
- Heat the oil over medium heat, fry the tacos for 5 minutes until golden brown (dark brown).
- Drain on absorbent paper towels to remove excess fat.
- Serve the taquitos with lettuce, radishes and cream, guacamole and fresh cheese.