Pastel Azteca

or Azteca Cake

Today I want to introduce to you this amazing dish, I personally love it and I remember eating it since I was little, I’ve tried different versions of it, My grandma’s version, my Aunt’s version, but I love my mom’s version Simple and Classic.

No, this isn’t a sweet cake, it’s a delicious full with flavour cake.
You can make so many combinations with many ingredients, but we like to keep it simple.

If you love corn tortillas and chicken you are in luck!
This dish is going to be your new favourite one!

Ingredients:
15-20 corn tortillas
1 chicken breast shredded
1 tomato sliced
1 onion sliced
Cheese of your preference
1 Orange pepper sliced
2 cups of sour Cream
1/2 cup Corn kernels

Preparation:
Cut the tortillas in little squares.

On a saucepan fry the chicken with the tomato and onion sliced. Set Aside

On a clean saucepan fry the corn tortillas with some oil and start layering the ingredients.
Tortillas, chicken, orange pepper, corn kernels, cheese and cream.

Cover them until the cheese melts and then you can serve.

Source: My Mom

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About Maggie Cooks

I'm a 16 now 19 year old girl, who loves to cook ... mostly bake, check my blog and don't forget to leave a comment. Thank you :)

Posted on August 19, 2011, in Main Dish. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Cool recipe! I’ve never had anything like it, but looking at the ingredients, I know I would like it!

  2. Wow this looks fantastic, what a great dish! 🙂

  3. This looks delish! I never heard of using tortillas in place of pasta…

  4. It looks great Maggie! I Love using tortillas in dishes!

  5. Very creative Maggie.

  6. I’ve never had or heard of pastel Azteca, but I HEART it! The flavors are right up my alley… I’d use veggie chicken of course 😀

  7. What a unique creativity you got here. I will be preparing this next week.

  8. Really creative, would have never thought to use it that way, thanks for the share.

  9. This looks super yummy!!

  10. Awww exactly how my mom makes it ! Delish!

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