This spicy potato hash with shallot and baby bok choy is easy to make.
'hangover helper' on Serious Eats
Fritos are already the king of packaged fried corn chip snacks with a saltier, cornier, greasier flavor than any competitor on the market. Soaked in savory, spicy chili until they're soft yet retain a shadow of their crisp crunch, they're like the lazy drunk man's version of chilaquiles (and every bit as delicious).
The Hot Brown is ostensibly an open-faced sandwich—it starts with a piece of toasted bread (the original recipe calls for Texas Toast) and gets topped with sliced roasted turkey. But from there it leaps directly into Hangover Helper territory when a precisely measured volume (known as a morethanyoucouldreasonablyhopetoneed) of cheesy, creamy Mornay sauce is poured over the top and the whole thing is placed under the broiler to bake until bubbly.
A meaty dip best served with tortillas soft or crisp.
You can use store-bought tortilla chips and salsa verde for this dish, but I strongly recommend making your own.
Note: for best results, use a real banh mi bun from a Vietnamese bakery. If not available, a soft torpedo roll with a thin, crisp crust is ideal....