Baleadas refer to one of the popular dishes from Honduras which is a tortillas folded over and filled with refried beans, crumbled cheese and cream.

Moreover, Baleada is  one of the most common street foods in Honduras. Baleada is basically made up of a flour tortilla which is folded and filled with refried mashed beans, salty cheese (Quesillo or Parmesan), butter, avocado, and sour cream/cream and many more. Roast meat or scrambled eggs can also be added to a Baleada which most people enjoy in Honduras.

The Bolibaleada is a variety of Baleada which also includes eggs.

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