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Estrada's Spanish Kitchen, Daly City Recipes needed-

alameda fats | Aug 7, 200603:57 PM     45

Apparently the Estrada's branches in Fresno and Visalia are kaput,
and I have acquaintances there that are now suffering from acute
tostada compuesta, enchilada and Mexican macaroni deprivation.

My fave at Estrada's in Daly City was the fried chicken/
chile relleno combo, which I believe came with a sizzling tostada compuesta that billowed piquant steam when served. The fried chicken was of the naked, unbreaded variety, and the chile relleno rather
ordinary, but it was the sum of the parts that made the dish hit the spot.

Can anyone help my desperate Central Valley amigos with recipes?

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