This post is sponsored by NatureSweet but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
I have had a serious love affair with Chilaquiles for awhile now. There’s just something about the deeply flavored sauce, crunchy and salty chips, and lord knows I love my toppings. I literally eat it every single time it’s on a menu but I have never attempted to make it at home because it just seemed super complicated to make.
That was until I was up one night bored browsing around Pinterest. I stumbled across a recipe and realized how easy it was. Then, I found the Eclipses NatureSweet tomatoes and decided to come up with my own Chilaquiles recipe. The Eclipses tomatoes have darker skin and flesh with a super intense flavor. Because of that, they made the perfect tomato to make my Chilaquiles recipe out of. You can learn more about the NatureSweet Eclipses tomatoes here.
Making the Chilaquiles doesn’t require a ton of skill but it does require a bit of patience. This is one of those recipes that requires a few different steps and the cooking of different things. But the good news is, this recipe is one you can’t mess up!
Honestly, the most important part of this recipe is the roasting of the veggies before you make a sauce out of them. When you roast veggies, their flavor changes. They become naturally sweeter and the flavor profile intensifies. So, whatever you do, do not skip this step! After this step, this recipe is breeze.