• WordNet 3.6
    • n tostada a crisp flat tortilla
    • n tostada a flat tortilla with various fillings piled on it
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In literature:

Madrigal, Tostada de, 79.
"Cathedrals of Spain" by John A. (John Allyne) Gade

In news:

Grilled Achiote Veggie Tostadas with Goat Cheese.
It offered meals more accurately classified as Sonoran—an emphasis on flour tortillas, tamales, beef, enchiladas and tostadas.
The same masa that powers those incredible pupusas is employed to make El Guanaco 's stellar tortillas, which show up as tostadas and tacos and alongside just about every other dish the restaurant serves.
Tuna Tostada from Lolita Cocina and Tequila Bar.
The menu features standard tacos, enchiladas and tostadas.
Touchdown Teriyaki Grilled Chicken Wings, Tostadas.
Aaron Gilmartin, The Possible, The Clam Tostada .
The tostadas had the same toppings over shredded chicken and filled most of a standard to-go box.
Tostada -like huarache a favorite dish of Taqueria Jalisco's chef.
Well, we might not know the exact difference between a tostada and a tostaguac, but we do know good Mexican food when we taste it.
Aaron Gilmartin, The Possible, The Clam Tostada.
Bite-sized tostada rounds are topped with guacamole , a little chipotle pepper, cilantro pesto and grilled marinated shrimp.
6 inches corn tortillas, warmed*, or purchased baked tostada shells.
Thai Red Curry Fish Stew, Halibut Tostadas with Yogurt-Lime Sauce, Balsamic-Glazed Halibut, and more.
Halibut Tostadas with Yogurt-Lime Sauce.