- From Spanish chilaquiles, from Classical Nahuatl. (Wiktionary)
“The red salsa mixture for chilaquiles is quite thick.”
“I have to admit I wasn't that knowledgeable about the difference in chilaquiles and migas.”
“The only difference between Chilaquiles con juevos and migas in my experience has been that you have to make sure chilaquiles is con juevos.”
“Another place with good chilaquiles is in Belles Artes, a small restaurant tucked in the back in the first floor.”
“An oversimplified, midwestern American way to describe chilaquiles is to call them a breakfast nachos casserole.”
“Simone's, with it's mad max gone shipwrecked vibe offers delectable french toast with glorious butter, a classic breakfast burrito and being that it's in Pilsen makes a mean mimosa and fried corn tortillas aka chilaquiles suizo with green sauce.”
“We have eaten there happily for years, enjoying its authentic, even scholarly versions of classic dishes such as chilaquiles and Yucatecan roast pork.”
“A specialty of the Beachcomber at Crystal Cove, a beachfront caf on the sand three miles away, is the filet mignon chilaquiles for $13.95.”
“However, should such summit come to pass over Bourekas, Baba ghanoush and other culinary Sephardic delights, one would hope that Senator Pearce will see fit to treat Minister Yishai to chimichangas and chilaquiles along with other fine examples of Arizona cuisine.”
“Stephanie Izard, with her braised goat chilaquiles, was definitely one of the hottest stops of the night.”
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