Tostadas are a standalone dish in Mexico and the American Southwest. Mostly, the toppings used are the same as with tacos: beans, cheese, sour cream, chopped lettuce, sliced onions, and salsa are mainstays that may be spread on a tostada, which is then topped with diced and fried meat, usually chicken or pork, and also beef. They are also popular with seafood such as tuna, chopped octopus, and ceviche. Vegetarian tostadas, while not as common, can also be found. Due to the fragile nature of a tostada, the main topping (usually beans or cream) must be pasty enough to stay on; this keeps the other toppings or garnishes from falling off while being eaten.
INGREDIENTS: Corn tortilla, vegetable oil, salt.
ALLERGENS: For allergens, see ingredients in Bold.
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