I love tortillas, if you ask me they're better than sliced bread. They are SO versatile and a great alternative to any food item requiring sliced bread or a bun in the prep.
Made from either corn or flour, typical sizes are 8 and 10 inch diameter tortillas. I'm partial to flour tortillas and with my style of cooking - I'm known to eat appetizers for dinner rather than a classic balanced meal - my go-to tortillas are the street tacos size.
Here's the description from the Mission website: Small size, big flavor. At 4.5", our Mission Street Tacos are chock full of freshly-baked taste and a bold attitude ready to amp up any meal. Try them out as taco sliders, mini taco cups, or for a new take on your favorite recipes.
Not only are these tortillas perfect for classic Mexican, Southwest and TexMex flair dishes, but they automatically lend themselves to a great portion size. I also like the flexibility they have in presentation and how they can be easily used in crossover meals, snacks and creating fusion foods, whether it's going savory or sweet.
You can roll them, fold them, wrap and stack them. You can warm them, toast them, grill, bake and/or fry them. Warm them for a simple taco, cut them in strips and fry them for a soup garnish, spread cream cheese on them, roll them in cinnamon and sugar and cook in butter until golden, brown and delicious.
Versatile, a perfect portion size and oh so reasonably priced, I'm giving Mission Street Tacos Flour Tortillas 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars. I think they're better than sliced bread. Costing less than $2 at most stores for a 12 count bag, I've always got these on hand in my kitchen. They freeze well too, better than sliced bread! LOL.