Comforting chilaquiles

Chilaquiles… I could eat them all day, everyday. It’s a very simple and quick dish that leaves you satisfied and longing for more.

It’s eaten at breakfast and/or dinnertime, and can be served with either red or green sauce. You can top it off to your heart’s contempt with soured cream, cheese, coriander, avocado…

They’re usually paired with refried beans, or cooked beans (see this post for more information on Mexican beans)

Hungry? Don’t worry! Chilaquiles are versatile and easy to make, learn how to make them here!

They can easily be adapted to meet various diets: don’t add chicken for a vegetarian version, use gluten free tortillas for a GF version…

I love to pair this dish with a nice cup of mexican style hot chocolate: don’t worry, it’s not spicy hot chocolate! It’s a very rich, authentic and traditional version of hot chocolate. After all, Mexico was where chocolate was first grown and drunk!

As always, provecho!

About Euge

I love cooking, sharing my passion for Mexican food, and photography. I also love to eat... which is probably why I cook :)

14 thoughts on “Comforting chilaquiles

  1. I was raised in New Mexico and I really miss Mexican food! (I live in the countryside in Japan now) I am excited to find your blog and will try to make Chilaquiles! They look so good! I also want to try your refried beans as I have never made my own!! Thanks. I look forward to following you!

    • I’m glad you’re looking forward to making chilaquiles, and the beans! I’m sure they’ll turn out delicious; let me know how it goes! I look forward to following you as well!

  2. Wow, looks delicious! Chilaquiles have been on my list of things I want to try for a long time, but they are usually only on the breakfast menu at restaurants, and I’m not a morning person on weekends…may have to try making these at home!

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