Tlacoyos are typically found in Mexican street markets. They’re thick, oval-shaped pockets made with masa. The dough encloses a variety of fillings like cheese, mushrooms, potatoes, shredded beef. In other words, super tasty!
You'll need blue masa and a few other simple ingredients to make this tlacoyos recipe.
Mix the masa harina, salt and water together to make a simple dough.
Divide the dough into 12 pieces and then roll into balls.
Make the black bean filling. Cook onions, chile de arbol and black beans together.
Briefly mash the beans. Cook until creamy and liquid has evaporated.
Roll each ball into a circle.
Place some of the beans in the center.
Fold the sides over the filling.
Pinch the ends closed.
Cook in a bit of oil until each side until the masa is cooked through, about 3 minutes per side.
Add your fav fixings and dig in!