Belizean Tostadas

Belizean tostadas are crunchy, a little messy, and always delightful.

A great combination of flavors: spice from the cortido, creaminess from cheese and sour cream, freshness from vegetables, fullness from the shredded chicken with recado, crunch from the chip. Delicious.


Our recipe: how to build a Belizean tostada:

Starting from the bottom and building to the top:

  1. Belizean tostadas start with fried whole corn tortillas.  They are a close cousin of Salbutes, and the chip is the major difference.
  2. A large spoonful of blended beans spread over the chip. Blended beans can be either stewed black or kidney beans.
  3. Shredded chicken made from stewed chicken with recado.
  4. Chopped lettuce
  5. Salsa with chopped tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and lime
  6. Shredded cheese
  7. A spoonful of cortido
  8. A spoonful of sour cream

1 Reply to "Belizean Tostadas"

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    Sandra Evans May 12, 2018 (9:03 pm)

    I love Belizean Tostadas I grew up eating then but thy were call garnarches I don’t if I am spelling it correctly.

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