Ham & Cheese Tortilla Toastie


A typical dish for children in Mexico, sincronizadas are made in a sandwich style, fusing the flavours of the ham and cheese together. (Fun fact: Sincronozada means ‘syncronised’ in Spanish!)





10 minutes


  • 8 La Tortilleria corn tortillas
  • 150g free-range ham, thinly sliced
  • 150g cheddar cheese, sliced

Cooking Instructions

  1. Heat a frying pan to very hot (no oil). Place the tortilla in the pan then add a layer of cheese and ham, then finishing with another tortilla.
  2. Heat until cheese is melted, turning occasionally.
  3. Cut your sincronozada into quarters.  Serve with your favourite salsa or some slices of avocado.

¡Buen Provecho!

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