Fresh flautas are served from this LA food stand and people can’t get enough

Estiven Torres, owner of Los Dorados and LA’s first flautas-only eatery, became inspired after his father-in-law’s recipe was a huge hit at a 2017 family baptism. He’s since gotten the hang of expertly frying taquitos in a makeshift setting, working out of a food truck that’s stationed in front of bars on weekends. The two flautas per order cost $6. They’re served fresh and piping hot, on a paper tray, topped with homemade red and green salsas, crema, and cotija cheese. Host Crystal Lee pops by to find out what makes these flautas so easy to eat.

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