What should I put in my tortillas?
Top a tortilla with barbecue sauce, shredded chicken, red onion slices, shredded mozzarella and minced cilantro. Broil until bubbly and brown. Peaches and Cream. Top a tortilla with peach preserves, mascarpone cheese, sliced peaches and chopped pecans.
What can be made from tortilla wraps?
20 Ways to Use Tortillas
- Watch them sink into the fastest-ever enchiladas.
- Make migas.
- Or bake them into chilaquiles.
- 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.
What can I use taco shells for?
Make your own chicken nuggets. Go ahead and crumble up extra taco shells, then use them as a crunchy breading for chicken. Cut up the chicken, dredge them in flour, dip in egg then coat in the crumbled shells. Bake or fry for deliciously crunchy nuggets.
How do you keep a wrap from getting soggy?
Consider a thin layer of some kind of oil-based spread (eg mayonnaise) between your fillings and your wrap. Also, carefully control the amount of “wet” ingredients (tomatoes, some olives, dressings, etc) added to the wrap. Finally, make sure you stack your wrap properly.
What can I do with broken flour tortillas?
What To Do With Stale Tortillas. Revive them! Use this trick to refresh dry, old tortillas: Wrap tortillas in damp paper towels and microwave for about 60 seconds, or cover them with a damp dishtowel and heat in a low-temperature oven for about 20 minutes.
How do you keep tortilla wraps from getting soggy?
If possible, you want to use fewer wet ingredients because moisture can eventually make your wrap soggy and fall apart. If you’re not eating it right away, wrap it in foil. Foil is strong enough to help the wrap hold its shape.
What do you put in tortilla wraps?
Greenleaf Foods’ Raw Spinach Wraps
What to make with tortilla wraps?
Stir together the flour and salt.
What to put on a tortilla?
What to do with tortilla wraps?
Chicken Caesar Salad A classic wrap filling,but as with all things,it tastes so much better made at home!