I know. Random topic. But food comes up on my blog once in a while, and most of you know that.
We have a thing for uncooked tortillas, and have been using them for as long as I can remember. We don’t even buy regular tortillas, like … ever. Side note: Tortilla Land just had a recent facelift and I think it looks great. It’s always fun when a company goes through a re-design. Look for these at your local grocery store or Costco or Sam’s Club (in the refrigerated section) because I don’t think the store locator on their website is up-to-date.
If you’ve never tried uncooked tortillas, it’s so different than the package of already-cooked tortillas in a bag. The taste is more fresh because you’re … well, cooking them fresh. And by “cooking” I mean … putting them in a pan and flipping it over for a couple minutes. That’s it. No need to add anything else.
Wanna know the ingredients for these little beauties? Wheat Flour, Water, Canola Oil, Salt, Sugar. That’s all.
This is the warmer/container we use for our tortillas, as we cook them in preparation for a meal. Just keep the lid on and the tortillas stay warm.
We use the tortillas mostly for Breakfast Burritos – our favorite, easy, go-to weekend breakfast.
Load each tortilla with eggs, sausage, and cheese.
Oh, for the love of yum. Very simple. Very good.
A couple more of our favorite recipes using the uncooked tortillas:
- Cafe Rio