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tostada

[ toh-stah-duh; Spanish taws-tah-thah ]
/ toʊˈstɑ də; Spanish tɔsˈtɑ ðɑ /
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noun, plural tos·ta·das [toh-stah-duhz; Spanish taws-tah-thahs]. /toʊˈstɑ dəz; Spanish tɔsˈtɑ ðɑs/. Mexican Cooking.
a tortilla fried until crisp and usually topped with a variety of ingredients, as shredded meat or chicken, refried beans, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese.
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Also tos·ta·do [toh-stah-doh]. /toʊˈstɑ doʊ/.

Origin of tostada

1935–40; <Mexican Spanish, noun use of past participle of Spanish tostar to toast1
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tostada

tostado (tɒˈstɑːdəʊ)

/ (tɒˈstɑːdə) /

noun plural -das or -dos
a crispy deep-fried tortilla topped with meat, cheese, and refried beans

Word Origin for tostada

Spanish, literally: toasted, past participle of tostar
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