Friday, May 31, 2013

Slow Cooker Recipe for Tlayuda (Mexican Pizza) from What's Gaby Cooking

Slow Cooker Tlayuda (Mexican Pizza)
Gaby says these Mexican Pizzas called Tlayuda will change your life!  (Photo from What's Gaby Cooking.)

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and I think these Slow Cooker Mexican Pizzas (Tlayuda) from What's Gaby Cooking sound perfect for the Slow Cooker Summer Dinners I'm featuring right now.)

Once upon a time a food blogger named Gaby went on a long road trip with friends and in San Antonia they discovered Tlayuda, a kind of Mexican pizza that's a street food in Oaxaca, Mexico.  The group was so enamored with the dish that they set out to recreate the recipe as soon as they got home, using the slow cooker for the spicy chicken mixture that goes on top of each one.  I was drooling as I read through this recipe for Tlayuda (Mexican Pizza) from What's Gaby Cooking, and I'm guessing this would be a hit with anyone who likes Mexican flavors. 

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!   Use this link to get the recipe for Tlayuda (Mexican Pizza) from What's Gaby Cooking

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More Slow Cooker Summer Dinners to Help You Keep Your Cool:
Mexican Pulled Pork from Real Mom Kitchen
Mexican Pulled Pork from Simply Recipes
Pork Burrito Bowls from Taste and Tell
Kahlua Pork Lettuce Wraps from Skinnytaste
Kalua Pork Torta Sandwich from Everyday Southwest 

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1 comments:

  1. Just found your blog and I like the recipes I've seen so far. I may try this Mexican Pizza recipe next week. Thanks!

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