The holiday season is in full swing, bring on those holiday parties! I’ve stocked my fridge with plenty of champagne, my freezer is brimming with pre-made cookie dough ready to be popped into the oven and baked. And today I want to share one of the easiest appetizers that are always a hit at my fiestas. These tostada bites are crunchy, savory and only require four ingredients, hello easy-delicious goodness.
Crispy tortillas are topped with creamy Sabra jalapeno hummus, a sprinkle of queso cotija then layer on a few slices of crunchy radish or cilantro is all you need to make this savory appetizer.
Feel free to substitute store purchased tortillas chips, but I prefer you make them at how where you can control the seasoning or bake them and avoid frying all together. I’ve made these tasty bites numerous times changing out toppings. Avocado slices, sliced olives, crumbled pork rinds (swoon) or dollops of sour cream also great ideas to top off these tostada bites.
- Corn tortillas
- Vegetable oil for frying
- Sabra jalapeno hummus
- Sliced radishes
- Queso cotija
- Cut tortillas in desired shapes and fry until light and golden about 2 minutes each side. Drain on paper towels and season with salt. Allow to cool. Once cool spread Sabra jalapeno hummus, sprinkle it cotija cheese and top with sliced radishes or cilantro.