What Can I Use In Place Of Corn Tortillas?

  • Place a sheet of non-stick plastic on the bottom of a tortilla press.
  • Gently peel the tortilla off of the plastic and, using your fingertips, place it on the hot griddle or comal.
  • Repeat the pressing and cooking process with the remaining masa balls until all tortillas are done.

The following equipment is also recommended:

  • Non-stick skillet, comal or griddle: You will need some sort of non-stick pan to cook the tortillas, so that they do not stick while cooking.
  • Tortilla press (optional): I’m always hesitant here to recommend single-use kitchen gadgets.
  • Tortilla warmer (optional): Also optional but quite handy for keeping your tortillas soft and warm.

Scrambled Eggs with Chorizo and Tortillas

  • Or bake them into chilaquiles. Chilaquiles are the perfect way to use up tortillas.
  • Combine them with fried rice.
  • Throw them on top of soup.
  • Make a really good-for-you burrito.
  • Eat them for breakfast.
  • Host a tostada party.
  • And use the leftovers to fry chicken.
  • Fold and fry them into quesadillas.

How to Substitute Cornstarch and Flour for Each Other

  • Thickening Sauces With Cornstarch vs. Flour. All starches, including cornstarch and flour, have thickening properties.
  • Frying With Cornstarch vs. Flour.
  • Baking With Cornstarch vs. Flour.
  • Other Cornstarch Substitutes. Flour is the most common substitute for cornstarch.

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