Guerrero Fresqui-Ricas Fajita Flour Tortillas (32 ct.)
About this item
- Precooked flour tortillas
- Resealable inner bags
- Fresh tortillas, ready to make dinner right out of the bag
- No lard
Guerrero® Fresqui-Ricas Fajita Flour Tortillas (32 ct.) are the perfect ingredient to give you your own little taste of Mexico.
Why Choose Guerrero Fresqui-Ricas Fajita Flour Tortillas?
These flour tortillas come precooked so you are ready to create delicious meals on the spot! Each bag of fresh tortillas is resealable for easy re-use and without drying out your tortillas. With two generous packs of 16 fajita tortillas, you have enough to serve a party, family event or last all month long. These healthy tortillas are ready to cook and made from whole wheat! No lard is used in this recipe.
What Is a Great Recipe for Guerrero Fresqui-Ricas Fajita Flour Tortillas?
If you love Mexican food, you will adore Guerrero's Corner Kick! Quesadillas. All you need is Guerrero Flour Tortillas and 1 1/2 cup mozzarella or Monterey jack cheese. The steps are simple, while on a hot griddle, begin to heat the Guerrero Flour Tortillas. Fill each of the flour tortillas with the cheese. Next, fold each tortilla and leave on the griddle until the cheese melts thoroughly and your tortilla has toasted. Cut the quesadilla in half and serve hot on a large plate as a snack or meal. Don't forget to add your favorite side sauce or guacamole for extra flavor!
Bonus Recipe For Guerrero Fresqui-Ricas Fajita Flour Tortillas
Hamburger lovers will adore Guerrero's Offside! Mini Hamburgers Wrapped in Guerrero Flour Tortillas. To begin, use 6 Guerrero Flour Tortillas, 1 1/2 cup ground beef, 1/2 cup chopped onion, 1 egg, 1 tbsp. mustard, 1 tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. pepper and your favorite oil for frying. To begin, mix the ground beef, onion, egg, mustard, salt and pepper in a bowl. Form 24 little hamburger patties. Using a small to medium cookie cutter, cut out 4 circles from each Guerrero Flour Tortilla. Heat the flour tortillas and place the small meat patties in the middle of each circle. Fold the tortilla and hold in place with a toothpick stuck through meat!