How the Los Dorados L.A. food trailer makes flautas

For this week's What We're Into video, we're checking out the flautas from Los Dorados LA, a food trailer specializing in tacos dorados.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 28, 2021
For Steven Orozco Torres, owner of Los Dorados L.A., it was love at first bite. After tasting his father-in-law’s tacos dorados at a family party, he knew he wanted to make them himself. “He was making these flautas in a big charola and I said,...
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