How to make it

  • For Bean Sauce

  • Combine beans, chorizo, tomato sauce and sour cream. Mix well and set aside.
  • Mix corn, black beans and Rotel tomatoes together and set aside.
  • For Fry Bread

  • Combine all dry ingredients and mix well.
  • Add milk a lil at a time, mixing while adding, until a smooth dough forms. It shouldn't be sticky.
  • Don't over work the dough, just adjust the liquid/flour, as needed, then cover with a damp towel and let rest about half an hour.
  • Heat about 1 inch oil in heavy pan, to about 370 degrees.
  • In hands, or on lightly greased surface, press balls of dough into disk-ish shapes, about 1/4 of an inch thick.
  • Heat in oil on each side until golden brown. Just flip once.
  • Remove from oil and drain on wire rack or paper bags.
  • Continue with remaining dough. Make sure oil is maintained at a temp of between 365-375.
  • When dough is all fried, spread each piece with a bit of the bean mixture, top with a lil shredded cojack, then top with the corn/black bean/tomato mixture, and finally a bit of the Cotija.
  • Place under the broiler for a couple minutes just to warm through and melt the cheese.
  • Add fresh cilantro at serving.

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    " It was excellent "
    mommyluvs2cook ate it and said...
    The whole family loved these!!! I realized I didn't have ANY tomato sauce to mix with the meat. Had to think quick and used some V8 juice I had. I thought it would make it runny and thin but with the sour cream it stayed pretty thick and worked great. Also used that chorizo recipe again which I am totally using every time I need's so good. 5 stars Keni and as you know there's a little more in the IMI Navajo Chalupas
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