Top Rated Tostada Recipes

Chorizo-Potato Mini Tostadas
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Happy Hour! Pair margaritas with these sausage and potato Mexican appetizers from Pillsbury. This recipe comes from one of the 100 finalists in the 47th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest. Try more recipes like these by visiting www.BakeOff.com. Click Here to See More Chorizo Recipes
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Roadside Ahi Tuna Tostada
This tasty tuna tostada recipe come from Executive Chef Javier Plascencia of Romesco’s Mexiterranean Bistro. Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro is located in San Diego’s Bonita neighborhood and offers a delightful cuisine which can only be defined as “Mex-Med.” The restaurant boasts a menu created with authentic Mexican recipes prepared utilizing Mediterranean techniques. The result is a unique selection of dishes that delight food critics, locals and out-of-towners. Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro is part of a legendary group of family-owned restaurants, including Villa Saverios, Casa Plascencia, Caesar’s Restaurant, and Giuseppi’s located in Tijuana, along with Finca Altozano in Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada. The Plascencia family, well-known for impeccable hospitality and even better cuisine, proudly calls Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro San Diego’s “hidden gem.”  Family Chef Javier Plascencia gathers acclaim for his contributions to the food scene in Tijuana. The family’s most recent successes include restaurants Mision 19 and Mixologia Bar 20 in the Tijuana Business District. Click Here for More Ahi Tuna Recipes
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cholula
This recipe is courtesy of Chef Leia GaccioneClick here for the Cholula Breakfast Tostada Video
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Shrimp Ceviche
Ceviche is a South American seafood dish that uses citrus or vinegar, in this case lime juice, to “cook” the seafood. Throw in a little tequila to add some sweet flavors to this fresh and healthy shrimp dish.
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Ceviche
Suggested Wine Pairing: Ceja Carneros Chardonnay and Ceja Carneros Pinot Noir Ceviche is a raw seafood dish that has been "cooked" in citrus (usually lime) juice. This citrus marinade firms up the fish and gives it a solid coloration. These details make it a very different dish from raw sushi. Many people feel safer eating ceviche, as its citrus preparation is believed to kill any diseases carried by fish. Ceviche recipes vary widely depending on the seafood and accessories available in the area. Some ceviches are packed with full-bodied octopus and dogfish; others are lighter with the more delicate scallops and baby shrimp. The seafood is often paired with flavorful chiles and fresh herbs. The long marinade period blends the tastes together. Ceviche is best made with extremely fresh fish. However, if you cannot access the best fresh fish, choose fresh frozen seafood for your ceviche. 
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Tiny Tostadas of Smoky Chicken Tinga with Avocado and Aged Cheese
It’s rare to pass a restaurant, snack shop, or street stall in the Central Mexican town of Puebla without getting a whiff of the alluring aroma of shredded pork with smoky chipotle chile, tomato, and sweet onion. Tinga they call it, and they spoon it into soft tacos or crusty rolls. I like to serve tinga piled onto crispy tortillas (tostadas, tostaditas, or totopos, they call them), then top it with the typical Pueblan avocado and cheese. Tingas are often made with chicken, and occasionally chef Rick Bayless goes further afield, to shredded smoked fish or quail. This recipe comes from Negra Modelo. Click Here to See More Mexican Recipes
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Tostada
These one-bite tuna tostadas from Guillermo Tellez, executive chef at Square 1682 in Philadelphia, are perfect to serve for a summer cocktail party. With an cold margarita, they are also a great thing to serve for a Mexican-themed dinner at home. — Allison Beck
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hormel taco meats tostada with mango slaw
"When entertaining, consider having a tostada bar. Hormel® Taco Meats™, which are all natural and pre-cooked, make a perfect pairing with your favorite taco toppings. For this recipe we chose an unexpected fruit slaw with watermelon and mango for a refreshing twist. But you can also provide a host of salsas, cheeses, vegetables, and peppers, giving your guest the freedom to create their own super fun tostadas.” – Chef Angela Sellers 
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Shrimp Tostadas with Corn Salsa
Shrimp tostadas are the perfect weeknight meal, or great for easy entertaining! Obviously, feel free to take liberties with the salsa depending on what is available to you — I also think it would be great with additions such as tomatillos or bell peppers. Let those crispy hot shrimp speak for themselves while smothered in fresh corn, tomatoes, and creamy avocado, all while spritzed in sour lime juice... Mmm... Pass the tostadas!
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While widely obsessed about and craved, the Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme is not an anomaly when it comes to the home kitchen. Follow this carefully crafted recipe to enjoy the fast-food sensation any time you’d like, in the comfort of your own home. 
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Chicken Tostadas
My smashed (aka refried) bean recipe is simple. Lard-free. Spicy. Full of texture. I like to use pinto beans that I have cooked ahead of time and stored for a hunkering of delicious. A couple of times a month, I pick a bean, and cook up a big pot. They freeze wonderfully and can be used for recipes like this or to toss into soups and stews. If you don’t have the time to precook a big pot of beans, feel free to use canned. I cook up some yellow onion, garlic (I used green this time), and serranos, until slightly soft. Then, I pour in the beans with their nectar. Cook, stir, cook, stir. Once the mixture is slightly thick, I start smashing with a potato smasher. I do not make the bean mixture completely smooth, I leave a lot of whole beans in there. They are texture. That is really it. So good. See all chicken recipes.  Click here to see 1 Chicken Recipe, 5 Meals.
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The smoky flavor of this salsa pairs well with beef, and my mom always serves it alongside her brisket. In fact, I can always count on finding this salsa in her refrigerator. She and I like very spicy salsas, and we love the intensity of this one.  
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2.5