Food - Drink
A Cheese Crisp Is Exactly What Your Tacos Have Been Missing
Tacos are a beloved food that are infinitely customizable for any and all preferences; some tacos contain lamb, others have the common ground beef, and vegan tacos have also become popular. Out of all the toppings you can add to make tacos, cheese is a classic, but you can still get creative with this common addition.
If you're looking for a new, extra-cheesy way to upgrade your taco, consider the cheese crisp, which you can make at home by throwing shredded cheese in a pan and placing a tortilla over half of the cheese once it's nearly melted. Once the cheese browns, the tortilla will have a “cheese skirt” that's like a crunchy, salty, cheesy cracker.
Arizona is the original home of the cheese crisp, and locals use the crisp on a sort of open-faced quesadilla with fillings and toppings. Arizonans make their cheese crisps by topping flour tortillas with cheese and broiling them, but both the pan and broiler methods will produce delicious cheesy shells for your tacos, quesadillas, and more.