Here's a tasty twist on the classic chicharrones en salsa, made lasagna-style with fried tortillas and refried beans. So good!!
Call this chicharrón and tortilla casserole my take on Mexican lasagna! Chicharrones, or fried pork rinds, can be found everywhere in México, and they're served in all kinds of dishes. You can find them on the street sold out of little cars with salsa picante and lemon. They are also often cooked in salsa and served as a taquiza, with a self-serve counter with tortillas, salsas y guisados (stews) where you can build your own version. You can also try them in gorditas or quesadillas. The options are unlimited!
From baptisms to weddings, chicharrón en salsa is a Mexican staple food. For this recipe, I prepared them as a casserole with fried corn tortillas and refried beans, lasagna-style. The taste of crunchy fried tortillas and refried beans takes this dish to another level!
Want to give an upgrade? Try cooking it with green salsa and add crema on top!