Pachola is a type of prepared meat in Mexican cuisine. It consists of a flattened and spiced ground beef patty made using a metate (grinding stone). The beef is mixed with ground ancho chili, cumin, garlic and bread, and fried in oil. Pacholas are sometimes grilled.
- Kennedy, Diana. The Art of Mexican Cooking. (2008) Clarkson Potter. ISBN 978-0307383259.