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Honduran Baleadas

6 Servings

30 minutes

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Honduran baleadas are like soft tacos filled with mashed beans; they make a great breakfast or light lunch. We used leftover Oaxacan refried black beans, along with cheese and diced avocado. Flour tortillas are traditional, but any variety works, including our recipe for coconut milk-flour tortillas.

6

Servings

Tip

Don't forget to cover the refried beans before reheating them; this prevents them from drying out on the surface. If using canned refried beans, you may need to adjust the consistency with water to make them easily spreadable.

30 minutes

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Reviews
Dominique D.

This is SO good! We used the black beans from the Oaxacan Black Refried Beans recipe on Milkstreet, and the spices, beans, avocado, and slaw were a delicious and bright combination.