tortilla


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More importantly, 10 of these panelists who consume corn tortillas once a week all showed their willingness to purchase the tortilla containing 40% soybean presscake.
NASDAQ: HAIN), a leading organic and natural products company providing consumers with A Healthier Way of Life(TM), announced the availability of two new Garden of Eatin' products: Kale Corn Tortilla Chips and Reduced Fat Corn Tortilla Chips.
If you would like to have the hard shell without the frying, you can purchase a tortilla baker.
Ticaloid Tortilla is able to improve flexibility, strength and moisture control in the finished tortilla.
Cook for about 1 minute, until the bottom tortilla is golden and the cheese is beginning to melt.
Bravo, the Tortilla Paintings of Joe Bravo," which opened Saturday at the KGB Studio & Gallery near Chinatown, includes 40 of the artist's highly publicized creations, including an Asian-inspired series that Bravo produced for a recent exhibition of his work in Hong Kong.
Add tortilla sandwich and heat, pressing down in top with a fish slice until the tortilla is golden underneath.
According to a study conducted in 2004 by Mexican brokerage Santander Serfin, tortilla consumption rose 7% there while bread consumption rose by only 1%.
Great large sized tortillas which made fantastic wraps with a bit of smoked salmon and cream cheese.
In 2003, Men's Health Magazine included Tumaro's Honey Wheat Tortilla in their list of best products.
The Tortilla Industry Association says sales of tortillas are expected to hit $6 billion, up from $5.
Queso is cheese in Spanish and a quesadilla is a toasted tortilla with melted cheese inside.
If you love Mexican food, you know that a burrito is only as good as its tortilla.
The tortilla, long a staple of the Mexican diet, is losing some of its appeal among the country's consumers.
Ciro Gutierrez's ambition is to do for the tortilla what Krispy Kreme has done for the doughnut.