Gordon Ramsay Makes a Mexican Street Food Favorite



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Gordon is back in Oaxaca Mexico cooking up a local street food delicacy…tlayuda! Crispy tortilla, refried beans, avocado and crickets, this is a classic Oaxacan dish!

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