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Old 30-12-2010, 08:45 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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On Dec 27, 7:10*am, sf wrote:

Goofs. Chilaquiles are *super tasty*... might just have some for dinner
tonight!


Got a recipe to share?


No big deal.

Xilaquiles are just stale tortillas that have been fried in oil and
smothered with red or green chile sauce and maybe some sour cream.

IOW, they are like nachos without the cheese.

If you take more than 10 minutes to make xilaquiles you're missing the
whole point of antojitos as Mexican snack food.


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On Thu, 30 Dec 2010 11:45:35 -0800 (PST), schwarze
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On Dec 27, 7:10*am, sf wrote:

Goofs. Chilaquiles are *super tasty*... might just have some for dinner
tonight!


Got a recipe to share?


No big deal.

Xilaquiles are just stale tortillas that have been fried in oil and
smothered with red or green chile sauce and maybe some sour cream.

IOW, they are like nachos without the cheese.

If you take more than 10 minutes to make xilaquiles you're missing the
whole point of antojitos as Mexican snack food.


Thanks. Can say I've ever seen one, much less eaten one.

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If you take more than 10 minutes to make xilaquiles you're missing the
whole point of antojitos as Mexican snack food.
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I think it's very interesting,thanks for sharing!


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