Toasted Corn Pockets (Tlacoyos)
Tlacoyos, an enticing Mexican street snack, can be filled with anything from mushrooms to roasted vegetables. (Tlacoyos means "snack" in Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs, still spoken by more than a million indigenous Mexicans.) When we were visiting Chabela Cortés García and her family at their hacienda in Hidalgo, Mexico, she used beans mashed with chiles as the filling, then served them with cheese and salsa as part of brunch.
Ready-made fresh corn dough (masa) is worth seeking out for this; it has better flavor than corn flour and is easier to use. Nutritional analysis is per tlacoyo without cheese or salsa.