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¡Hola, Tostada!

Fun fare

Tostadas are eaten out of hand, like little pizzas or open-faced sandwiches. Guests assemble their own tostada creations, so it’s possible to accommodate any dietary restrictions.

The big spread

Set food out in order of assembly: crisp tortillas, black bean spread (to hold on the works), chicken and/or shrimp (double recipe if serving only one option), then toppings.

Up the ante on Taco Night by setting up a build-your-own tostada bar, the ultimate grab and go for guests with important things to do—like lounging on the boat. Tostadas are traditional Mexican street food, designed to use up stale tortillas by deep-frying them and piling on layers of flavour and texture. As a picnic table grazing station or as dock fare, it’s a fun and simple way to feed a crowd.

Tomatillo Chicken

This chicken cooks up in

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