Chef Sánchez shared the recipe to help us celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, and also clued us in to some of the most common mistakes people make when cooking Mexican food. Hear it straight from the chef and get more tips in our video.
Then make this dish on repeat to keep you warm all season long. The rich ragu pairs perfectly with the crunchy, creamy, cheesy toasts, but you could also serve the sauce over noodles for a Mex-Itali pasta, or wrap it up in tortillas for tacos, burritos, or enchiladas. Use leftover ragu for the best nachos ever (sprinkle extra crema and queso on top).
Shopping Notes: Be sure to buy Mexican chorizo (not Spanish chorizo) for this recipe. And check out some of our favorite Latinx- and Hispanic-owned culinary brands and businesses for some delicious things to serve alongside.
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