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Mexican Food Quiz: Chalupas

TRUE or FALSE: An authentic chalupa looks like this.

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Wooo! It has been 24 hours. From what I know this IS a chalupa. But I am totally open to any objections. It seems like a lot of us are on the fence about it! .........@hhead232 wanna chime in?
Lol... @hhead232 I agree its in between.
@alywoah no queso fresco no crema no salsa Verde or roja I find this offensive lol. it's looks like a chalupa. they're very similar to sopes but the chalupas have a curve in them and they are usually bigger and the masa is fried like a tostada so its basically between a tostada and a sope. Now you know more than you ever wanted to know about a chalupa.
If @jazziejazz says no, I'm confident...@alywoah.....It's time to reveal the answer!!!!
Maybe it's true, but it also looks like sopes or tostadas.
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