Mexican corn truffle? That sounds like a crazy complicated dish! Actually, it’s a big, delicious glorified quesadilla, and as far as the huitlacoche — that would be Mexican corn fungus, or “truffle” — you can find the earthy, meaty stuff in cans in Latin grocers. We tasted this melty, bubbly behemoth at the kickoff of NYC Mexican mainstay Rosa Mexicano’s annual Huitlacoche Dinner, curated by co-founder Josefina Howard.

Doused with the easiest creamy-spicy-sweet salsa known to man, this big fat corn mushroom tortilla will quickly become your new favorite comfort food/hangover cure/reason for craving cheese.