These Crunchwraps have been my mostly popular recipe to date. I have be thrilled to see so many of your make your versions in your homes. I love the idea of taking a fast food classic and making it a little healthier at home. Plus during this time when we're all cooking at home more, why not try to make this cult classic? Spoiler alert: the homemade version is better!
The recipe below is for a classic Crunchwrap, but they are super customization to what you have on hand in your house. I love making a breakfast version of these with scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, shredded cheese, crema and a hash brown patty in lieu of the tostada.
Y'all have made all different versions, using chorizo, low carb wraps, tofu scramble... the list goes on. And many of you have told me they have been such a hit with your families. If you make this, I'd love for you to tag me on Instagram @hapahomecooking so I can see your creation!
1 large flour tortilla
1 corn tostada
1 small flour tortilla
1/4 cup cooked ground taco meat (I used ground beef and my homemade taco seasoning, see IG for that recipe)
2 tablespoons shredded cheese
1/4 cup of salad (I used thinly sliced romaine, fine diced red onion, chopped cilantro and a sprinkle of salt)
1-2 tablespoons finely diced tomatoes (Sprinkle a little salt over tomatoes)
1 tablespoon crema (sour cream, hot sauce and lemon juice)
Prepare ground taco meat, salad, tomatoes and crema
On a work surface, place the large flour tortilla
add ground taco meat and cheese to the center, drizzle crema
Top with corn tostada, add salsa, tomatoes and drizzle crema
Add small flour tortilla and fold the edges of the large tortilla over the small tortilla
Place in a skillet over medium heat, seam side down for 2-4 minutes, I like to weigh it down with a small pan for the first couple minutes
Flip and toast on the other side, you're looking for a medium brown on the tortilla
Serve with your favorite hot sauce and crema as you like
If you can't find corn tostada, you can sub a hard shell taco that you break in half, or I've had followers use doritos!
If you can't find a small flour tortilla, you can cut a small circle out of a larger tortilla. Ideally it should match the size of the corn tostada.