Beans, cheese, and toppings are layered on crispy corn tortillas. Tostadas are a great frugal and easy recipe.
Tostadas are one of my go to quick and easy when I am tired or we are having a busy day. The great thing about them is they are customizable.
Pretty much anything you’d like on a taco would be great on a tostada. This is another post that is more method than recipe but I will share how I made them last night.
If you’re using canned or frozen from scratch refried beans and store bought tostada shells you can have supper on the table in about twenty minutes and for about 3 dollars.
- 4 to 8 corn tortillas or tostada shells
- 1 15 ounce can refried beans or homemade beans
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- Various amounts: lettuce, tomato, onions
- ¼ cup oil, for frying corn tortillas
- Heat oil in a small skillet. Cook corn tortillas until crispy if not using premade tostada shells.
- Heat refried beans and warm tostada shells if desired. Spread a layer of beans on shell and add desired toppings.
- The ones pictured above had beans, hot sauce, cheddar cheese, lettuce, onions, taco sauce, and sour cream in that order.
Serve the tostadas with:
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