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Guerrero® White Corn Tortillas
Guerrero® White Corn Tortillas warmed and then rolled with chicken, shredded beef or pork, then fried in vegetable or canola oil are perfect for lunch or dinner. Afterschool, after little league, or after work it's an easy way for me to change up my leftover rotisserie chicken and pork or beef pot roast for my family and our friends. Fresh guacamole and La Victoria® Hot Salsa Ranchera 24 oz. Jar and they are gone faster than I can make them. Long live Taquito Tuesday! #myhouse #taquitotuesday #influensterEats
Review for: Corn De Maiz Blanco Tortillas 4.58 lb; 2.08 kg more...
Tortillas tan más buenas que ay! Se pasan no manches. Mi mamá le encanta estas tortillas porque le recuerdan a las de Mexico. Bueno aunque las de Mexico no se comparan, las guerrere también dejan un sabor muy rico
Whenever I need corn tortillas these are the ones I buy. I’ve never had a bad bag, they are always fresh tasting. They cook well no matter how I’m using them. The thickness is perfect and the flavor authentic Mexican. They have a great shelf life, yet they don’t last long. If I’m not saving them for dinner my kids are always making fresh chips with them. Delicious!
Guerrero is my go-to for corn tortillas! It's always available and the price is excellent. They taste great, are really tender, and fold well when warmed up. I keep them in the fridge so they'll last a little longer and if they get too old to fold well, I cut them up and crisp them on a baking sheet in the oven to create oil free tortilla chips.
These are the perfect size for chicken or brisket tostado. Though, in my opinion, they are not quite as good as the kind I get in restaurants, they are very close. This is the only brand that I purchase now and will continue to purchase. They stay fresh.
These are my go to for all my tacos if I don’t have time to make homemade! They are perfect and fresh every time I use this product! I make all my tacos with this brand, fish, Mexican etc! Definitely recommend
Love these I'm using these right now to make roast beef tacos these are the only ones I use they hold up very well they don't fall apart tast good I use them with all my Mexican food
These are the worst corn tortillas. We started with another brand to make enchilada's and they were great. When we ran out and started using this brand of corn tortillas they fell apart and it was impossible to roll the enchilada's. I'll never buy them again.
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Ok, this may seem a bit weird to ask here but it does involve corn tortillas. Ok I have tried numerous times to make taquitos at home using corn tortillas and have failed every time. I've heated them up prior to rolling and followed very rule with corn tortillas and yet every time they crack and break. What am I doing wrong?!
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