Tortas Ahogada / smothered tortas is a typical dish from the Mexican state of Jalisco, particularly in the city of Guadalajara. Although it is popular in some other parts of Mexico, it is most popular in Jalisco. It is called "drowned" because the sandwich is submerged totally or partially in a sauce made primarily of a dried chili pepper called chile de arbol. Less spicy versions of the sandwich, made with a tomato-based sauce, are also available.
Carnitas and Refried Beans With Tomato And Chile Sauces And Pickled Onions
Carnitas, Mayo, Tomatoes, Onions And Jalapeños Smothered With
You can try one of Mexico’s most delicious street foods, right here in Denver. Order yourself a torta ahogada / smothered torta at Las Tortas. The difference between a regular torta and a smothered torta is that it is covered in a flavorful tomato and chile or Gema sauce.
Along with offering you some of the area’s best authentic Mexican sandwiches, Las Tortas is also proud to be a green restaurant. We actively recycle and only use biodegradable and recyclable containers for all to-go food.
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