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Authentic Mexican Gorditas

Gorditas are pastries made with masa and stuffed with cheese, meat, or other fillings. Gordita means “chubby” in Spanish. There are two main variations of this dish, one which is typically fried in a deep wok-shaped comal, consumed mostly on center and south Mexico, and another one baked on a regular comal. Gorditas are often eaten as a lunch meal and accompanied by several types of salsas.

How to Make Gorditas

  But, what is a gordita, you might ask? A gordita is a small, thick tortilla. There’s not just one type of gordita, depending on what region of the country you are, a gordita could be just something made of corn dough or wheat dough, with an easy simple dough...

Mexican Gorditas (Fried Stuffed Corn Cakes)

  Once you eat a Mexican gordita, your life may never be the same again: Corn cakes made from masa dough are pan-fried to create a crisp exterior and a steamy, tender interior, then stuffed with any number of traditional fillings, from spicy beans, to fresh white...

Gorditas Filled with Chicken, Pickled Onion, and Cabbage

  Combine onion and jalapeños in medium bowl. Bring vinegar, lime juice, sugar, and 1 teaspoon salt to boil in small saucepan. Pour vinegar mixture over onion mixture and let sit for at least 30 minutes, or refrigerate for up to 2 days. Transfer 1/4 cup pickling...

Ground Beef Gorditas

Mexican gorditas are served with perfectly seasoned taco meat and lots of taco toppings.

Gorditas and Pupusas

Mix the MASECA® with the salt and water until you have a soft and uniform dough. Make small balls with your hand and flatten them a little. Put the pork rinds in the middle and form the gordita.

Beef And Potato Corn Gorditas

You can find corn gorditas on the menu of practically every Mexican restaurant walk into. They can be stuffed with chile colorado, beans with cheese, and just about anything else your heart desires! These taste just like the ones I ate growing up at the street...

Chicken Gorditas with Potato and Green Sauce

Gorditas are made using the same dough you would use to make flour tortillas except you roll the dough into smaller and slightly thicker patty sections. Along with making some gorditas you can roll out some tortillas to serve along side your other dishes. Gorditas are...

Chorizo and Egg Breakfast Gorditas

To make the gorditas, combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix until evenly moist. You may need to knead the mixture with your hands to make sure there are no dry spots.

Potato Gorditas

Place potatoes in a pan with cold salted water, bring to a boil and immediately turn heat down to a simmer. Cook potatoes until fork tender, about 15 min. Drain potatoes and set aside.

Homemade Mini-Gorditas De Nata

Sift flour and baking powder together. Using an electric mixer, or a whisk, mix nata and condensed milk together until well-blended.

Shredded Chicken Gorditas

  You definitely need to start the chicken first. I put all the ingredients in my slow cooker (love that thing!) and let sit on the high setting for a few hours. As the chicken cooks, start to shred it and let it simmer in the juices. WARNING: it's going to make...

Gorditas de Azucar | Sweet Gorditas

In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, cinnamon, baking powder and salt. Add butter and knead with hands until all ingredients are combined. Add milk and water and continue to knead until dough consistency has formed.

Gorditas De Nata

In a large bowl put the natas, whisk until they fluff up a bit. Add eggs and vanilla, mix well. Once well incorporated, add sugar and mix.

Gorditas De Huevos

These savory gorditas, stuffed with chile-spiced scrambled eggs, make a great breakfast meal or afternoon snack.

Easy Flour Goritas

Gorditas are a crucial part of any Taco Bell copycat recipe. Learn how to make them at home!

Mini Mexican Gorditas

It’s fiesta time! Grands! biscuits take on a cheesy-sausage mix with a fresh avocado topper.