Chilaquiles Divorciados

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We’re bringing back a Casa Terra favorite with this one, modified for our delivery service. Fresh made corn chips doused with two different sauces. The first has pibil porq, beans, and mole chichilo with the other side has a tofu scramble and salsa verde. Dressed with almond queso fresco.

Short History: Chilaquiles come from the early Aztecs – the word derives from an Aztec word meaning “chiles and greens.” It is believed that chilaquiles were first brought to America through a cookbook called “The Spanish Cook” by Encarnación Pinedo in 1898. Today, they have become immensely popular throughout North America especially, with people who are looking for authentic traditional meals with modern twists! This variation from The Vegan Taste is a great source of fiber, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, selenium, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm in a covered pan over medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes. Add avocado if you like.

Customer Comments:

“An all around fun dish to eat. I loved having the two totally different interpretations side-by-side.” – Kelly Co. from Mesa

“Shared with another couple. All four of us thought they were very tasty!” – Susie Hi. from Scottsdale

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