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Question by  elsewhen (627)

What is a Chalupa?


Answer by  luna (100)

A chalupa is a kind of tostada platter in Mexican cuisine. It is made by pressing a thin layer of masa dough around the outside of a small mold and then deep frying it to produce a crisp shallow corn cup. It is filled with chicken or pork, onion, and a piece of chipotle pepper or red or green salsa.


Answer by  Anonymous

Chulupa means is derived the term boat in spanish. Unlike other mexican dishes, it is known to to look like a tostada, a bowl, or Taco Bells version of a fried dough in the shape of a taco shell.


Answer by  erickgrau (11)

A Chalupa is a deep fried or flat tortilla which originates from the south-central regions of Mexico. It is commonly made by flattening out a thin piece of torilla or masa dough, and frying the outer section to create a 'shell'. It is then filled with typical mexican ingredients such as shredded pork, steak, lettuce, cheeses and peppers.


Answer by  Anonymous

a chalupa is a fod tipe they put out at taco bell and it is very good

posted by Anonymous
i love taco bell chalupas. i went to a mexican restaurant & ordered one. I got a taco shell with fried beans in it. wow. i complained. they said it was a chalupa. i said they are wrong. make sure b4 u order one u kno what your getting  add a comment

Answer by  elsewhen (627)

in addition to being a mexican dish, "chalupa" is also a slavic word that refers to a home in the countryside.


Answer by  Anonymous

It is what you get when the Portland Trailblazers score 100 points or more in a basketball game.

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