Fotos de gorditas de maiz

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My first taste of a gorditas de maiz was most likely at El Mercado Juarez in Monterrey. Without fail, every trip to Monterrey, my parents would take us to one of two mercados, an open door market. You could find all kinds of fresh foods, cooked foods and Mexican wares. As a kid, my favorite stalls were the ones filled with Mexican candy, especially spicy tamarindo candy and fresh fruits. I was always amazed to watch the women prepare some of the most delicious tacos, enchiladas and gorditas while we stood and watched. They literally worked within a small space with just a propane heated metal disk as their cooking surface.

The different foods would be gathered on the outer edges of the hot disk and in the center would be the cooking oil. It was just fun to watch, but so much more fun to eat their delicious creations. Real Mexican food prepared fresh, there is nothing like it. I use products that are available to me, which would be masa harina, a fine corn flour. It is used to prepare corn tortillas, tamales, sopes and a few other authentic dishes. Of course, if you are lucky enough to purchase corn masa directly from the tortilleria, that is really the way to go for the most delicious !

In the pictur above there is the corn flour PAN used to prepare arepas. They are basically prepared the same way as the gorditas. I found it much easier to divide the masa evenly if I roll it into a log shape. Use a large sharp knife to cut. This is how they will cook if using a cast iron skillet or comal. I like the more rustic look it gives them. You can find many, many salsa recipes right here on site. Search salsa and hot sauce to find your favorite! I did not use the cas iron pan for these, thus no char marks like the gorditas. And then there were more Gorditas de Maiz……. Traditionally fried, but not absolutely always a must.

Brunch or lunch, I really enjoy a stuffed gordita! Black Beans, a mashed potatoe with chorizo, onions and serrano! Filled with refried beans, cotija cheese, avocado and salsa prepared in a molcajete! The masa above was infused with grilled corn. Sharing that recipe soon! Mine are constantly raw : , when I take out the knife after slicing them the raw flour sticks on it. Is that the way they are? Or is there a magic secret i seemed to miss.

Michelle, you may just have to press them out a little bit thinner. If they are too thick, yes, you could still have that moist masa in the center. Try cooking at a lower heat, covered, if possible. The steam created will help them puff slightly and cook the center a little better. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. Gorditas de Maiz. Course: Gorditas, Tortillas. Cuisine: Mexican. Instructions Directions Add water, salt and chile ancho powder if using to a bowl and stir just until salt is dissolved.

Gradually add in the masa harina until dough forms. It should be soft, but not sticky. Roll equal size masa balls. With a little warm water on hand, wet hands and using the palm of your hands, pat balls gently to form the gordita. If the edges crack, smooth over by rubbing a little water over the area. Place onto plate and cover. Let sit for 30 minutes. When hot, drizzle a little oil into pan. Place 3 gorditas in pan, cover with lid and cook for 3 to 4 minutes. Turn and cook for another 3 minutes, more or less. Add another drizzle of oil to pan when you turn them. Keeping them covered while cooking, creates a little steam and the gorditas will puff up slightly.

Let gorditas cool for just one minute. To cut open, place a few folded paper towels ovr gordita. Turn gordita as you slice. The paper towels keep your hands from getting burned while slicing. Gorditas slice better when they are warm. Yields 6 gorditas. Fill with beans, cheese, avocado and salsa. Notes Gorditas de maiz can be cooked on a comal with no oil. But some cooks deep fry their gorditas. It's really a matter of choice and personal preference. My preparation is is kind of in between. I like just a little crisp on the masa at the end.

Either method is optional. Tried this recipe? Mention pinaenlacocina or tag pinaenlacocina! Like this: Like Loading Comments Can I substitute chile ancho powder with anything else? Sorry Liz, wn and just reading your question right now. You can use any mild chile powder. We use cookies on our website to give you the most relevant experience by remembering your preferences and repeat visits. Do not sell my personal information.

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Fotos de gorditas de maiz

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Gorditas de Maiz(Corn Flour Gordita)