Huarache Loco Dishes Up Central Mexico Eats

Jan. 18, 2006 — You know you’re in the presence of real Mexican food when you run across huaraches — literally, “slipper” or “sandal.” The long, oval-shaped tortilla (pictured) — hand patted with a center of black bean puree and baked on a griddle — is the perfect carrier for salad-like toppings, such as nopales (cactus). Read more

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