Whether you’re a corn or flour tortilla fan, they each have valid reasons and uses. In this case, we’re taking a closer look at different and creative ways you can make use of corn tortillas. Let’s get started.
The first is perhaps the most obvious. Corn tortillas are great for making quesadillas, tacos, or enchiladas. Assuming you do plan to use them for tacos, strongly consider heating them up over medium to medium-high heat using a dry skillet or medium-low if you’re using a gas stove. When used for enchiladas, add a coat of cooking oil spray so they don’t become mushy.
Are you having a soup that feels a little too thin? Consider adding some corn tortillas before the soup simmers so they break down. You may also wish to cook them for a bit so they begin to break apart, allowing you to blend them.
Are you a lasagna fan but prefer the taste of enchiladas? Corn tortillas will add a unique spin to this longtime favorite dish. Chilaquiles are another great option you can use should you ever run into a scenario where you have leftover tortillas and aren’t sure what to do with them.
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