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Old 10-23-2020, 10:38 PM   #16
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So Moose, does mulita=quesadilla? The taco style you are talking about sounds like how I make the kids fried tacos, like Jack in the Box,, without the lettuce.

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Here's a pretty accurate definition as I understand it:

Some like to describe mulitas as a smaller quesadilla. Others label mulitas as a Mexican version of a grilled cheese with meat. ... The construction requires proper balance with a layer of marinated meat, and the right amount of Monterey Jack cheese, while carefully placed between two lightly crisped corn tortillas. Quesadillas are traditionally made with much larger flour tortillas, and are not fried.

This is a good representation of the Mulitas I've eaten from LA taco trucks, including a recent one in Nashville:





Mine were on the softer side, not as crisped as the one above.

Some Mexican food items can be confusing, for instance, a similar example to mulitas would be chimichangas and burritos. A chimichanga is a type of burrito, but it's been deep fried. Both a burrito and chimichanga are made with flour tortillas. It's the deep frying that makes a burrito a chimichanga.
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Old 10-23-2020, 10:48 PM   #17
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Looking good! Never made mulitas, but have mowed a few from the Kogi truck - love 'em! And I appreciate how you don't discriminate - you can have roja AND verde ! I ought to give that a shot. We have a market nearby that has fanfarkingtastic house made chorizo.

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Those look awesome and I’m going to do that soon.

Your chorizo pile made me think of Queso Fundido.
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They're new to me also, but I sure like the looks of 'em...
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Oh boy something new to try on the blackstone. Your corn tortillas home made or purchased (what brand?) Thanks

Mine were homemade from scratch, so quite a bit thicker than usual. Honestly, I may just stick with homemade for tacos, but store bought tortillas are thinner and easier to manage for mulitas.
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