Tortillas!: 75 Quick and Easy Ways to Turn Simple Tortillas Into Healthy Snacks and Mealtime Feasts

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 1993 - Cooking - 148 pages
Tortillas! presents seventy-five easy, spicy, delicious ways to enjoy these much-loved flat circles of corn or wheat. By rolling, folding, stacking, or crisping one of the most versatile staples the world has ever known, tortillas can be transformed into an endless variety of exciting and fun foods, such as tacos, nachos, flautas, chimichangas, tostadas, quesadillas, layered Mexican pizza, classic red-and green-chile enchiladas, been and cheese burritos, and grilled beef fajitas. Included also are classic and modern recipes for chile sauces, picante salsas, and guacamole, as well as dozens of ingenious ideas for making delicious, inexpensive tortilla meals in minutes.

Information and quotations that celebrate the rich cultural history of the tortilla are used generously throughout the book. Cooks of all experience levels will be inspired to join the ancient tradition and irresistible delight of cooking with tortillas, and to share them with family and friends.
 

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Contents

T0RTILLA BASICS
14
R0LLED TORTILLAS
24
FLAT TORTILLAS
67
CHIPS AND PIECES OF T0RTILLAS
110
SPANISH PRONUNCIATION GUIDE AND GLOSSARY
137
INDEX
146
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