I have two ways of making chilaquiles:
When I have the time, I get some dried red chiles (pasilla or
whatever) boil them in some water with about 5 garlic cloves, half
an onion, serrano or yellow chiles, pepper and salt, for about 10
minutes or until soft.
Then I blend it all, and strain.
Put this sauce aside.
Heat up a pan, then add a good amount of oil, and add torn or cut
tortilla strips to fry.
I can't exactly remember how many I put in, it's all to the "eye".
After you toss and turn and they are nice and golden, put them
in a container and set aside.
In the same pan fry some onions and maybe some more chiles.
Then put in a block of crumbled tofu and cook for a bit.
Add cumin, oregano, pepper, salt and other spices to improve the
bland tofu flavor.
When the water is almost boiled out add the the blended chile
sauce, cook for a bit and add the tortillas at the last minute (so
they don't get soggy).
Serve and enjoy.
The lazy way is to not make the chile sauce and just add a can
of tomato sauce to the tofu and onions frying in the pan, then add
It's not authentic but it's still quite good. It's all in the spices.
From a veggie mexican-ORALE!