Hello everyone long time no post, but I am here now to introduce you to one of my favorite dishes “Entomatadas” you might think what is that? well… entomatadas are a typical dish from here they are made of a folded corn tortilla which has first been fried in oil and then bathed in a tomato sauce, this dish looks like enchiladas, but the taste it’s completely different, its sooooo good! The secret is using this “salsa” that my mom recently discover and adds to it to make it a little spicy that’s what makes it really good. so here’s the recipe 🙂


610 Grams tomato puree

100 Grams Salsa pato

3 Garlic cloves

2 Tablespoons of flour

1 Teaspoon chicken soup powder




Sour Cream

Corn Tortillas


on a saucepan place some oil in a medium-high heat add the garlic cloves until light golden then put away and add the flour until it thickens then add the tomato puree and half of the salsa el pato, pepper, chicken soup powder and if you want the sauce to be more liquid you can add 1/2 cup of water or more.

Now that our sauce is done, grab some cheese and cut them in sticks, then fold them in the corn tortillas and fry them with some oil.

Grab a bowl and place some napkins on the bottom so it will absorb the excess of oil.

and dip them in the tomato sauce add some cheese, and cream 🙂

This is the “salsa” that i’m talking about:

I don’t know if you guys can find it in the US im hoping that maybe they sell it on walmart in the mexican/hispanic aisle.

So now we can enjoy a delicious Entomatada!!! 🙂 Yummy!

Source: My Mom.


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Posted on April 25, 2012, in Main Dish and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I don’t think i’ve ever had these, but mmmm, do they look fantastic 🙂

  2. These look so good. I have been craving mad Mexican food for the last few weeks. I cannot get enough. I haven’t heard of entomatadas but I would definitely like to try them out.

  3. These look wonderful. thanks for sharing

  4. I am surprised that I have not heard of these. The fried corn tortillas with a light sauce does sound like the perfect lunch.. Thanks for the close up on that salsa-which I am sure would go well with a number of things. Glad to find a new recipe like this, thanks for sharing it. Have a great weekend!

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