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The sincronizadas can be seen as the Mexican version of a “sandwich with tortillas"; or the adorned cousins of the quesadillas ; as it consists of 2 tortillas that have in between a layer of melted cheese and a ham slice .
As you can see this is a very simple recipe... but they are very good – and when salsa is added to the sincronizadas, its flavor becomes phenomenal.
The beauty of the sincronizadas is that they can be eaten at any hour of the day. They can be served as appetizer , as breakfast and even as a main course.
– In fact you can prepare a pretty and complete plate with a sincronizada accompanied of refried beans , mixed salad , guacamole and Mexican cream.
About the Recipe
This recipe is perfect for
, that commence to taste and to know the Mexican food.
To make the sincronizadas
a cheese that melts is needed like the Chihuahua cheese, Manchego cheese, Monterey Jack cheese, etc.
Normally the sincronizadas are made with large flour tortillas.
Would you like to prepare
flour tortillas to later use them in this recipe?
The sincronizadas will be ready in
5 minutes or less
Ingredients 4.2 oz of Cheese that melts 3 Ham slices (3.1 oz) 6 Flour Tortillas (6.3 oz)
Cookware 1 Griddle 1 Chopping Board 1 Turner 1 Knife
Cut 4.2 oz of cheese that melts into
strips, then reserve.
Heat on a
griddle over medium heat 6 flour tortillas for about 10 seconds per each side, until they are lightly heated.
Distribute evenly the cheese strips that were cut over 3 tortillas.
Put over the tortillas, where the cheese was put, 1 ham slice.
Place 1 flour tortilla over each ham slice (in total you will put 3 tortillas).
Heat the sincronizadas for approximately 1½ minutes per each side, until the cheese has melted.
While the sincronizadas are heated . press them gently, so the cheese melts better
Tip: If the tortillas are too large, you can serve the sincronizadas cut into 4 parts.
Recommendation: You can also put pico de gallo to the sincronizadas, is a very good combination.
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