Not only do tortillas have a long shelf life, they are incredibly versatile. Want proof? Check out “Tortillas to the Rescue.” We use tortillas a lot, I love how versatile they are and how quick it is to make dinner using them. Plus just by throwing them in the oven with butter spray, sugar and cinnamon you have cinnamon chips in a pinch. This cookbook features more than 100 recipes for delicious breakfasts, snacks, wraps, main courses (with vegetarian options), and desserts.
Learn how to make your own tortillas or use any store-bought brand and create mouthwatering meals for the whole family: Tortilla-Crusted French Toast, Tortilla Soup, BLTA Tacos, Burger Pouches, Burrito Casserole or Ice Cream Tacos.
Stuff, wrap, roll, bake, fry—there’s no limit to what you can do with them. Tortillas to the Rescue goes way beyond the Mexican classics, showing you how to make dozens of tortilla creations:
• Philly Cheese Steak Tacos
• Caviar-Edamame Nachos
• Shrimp Po’ Boy Wrap
• Pork Tortilla Wontons
• Carne Asada and French Fry Burritos
• Smoked Salmon and Egg Stackers
• Mozzarella, Olive and Tomato Pizza-Dillas
• Crunchy Cilantro Slaw
• Spiced Sausage Lasagna
• Chocolate-Ricotta Cannoli
• Churros with Mexican Chocolate Dipping Sauce
Packed with step-by-step instructions and helpful tips, Tortillas to the Rescue teaches you to take that pack of tortillas you already have in the fridge and quickly and easily turn them into something amazing.
(It’s also the perfect back-to-school gift for your kids going off to college.)
Whether you stuff, wrap, bake, roll or fry it, the world is your tortilla!
About the Author
Jessica Goldbogen Harlan has always had a passion for food and cooking that dates back to her childhood when she enjoyed the disparate cuisines of her New Mexican and Jewish heritages and when making the family dinner was one of her weekly chores. After getting a degree in rhetoric from the University of Illinois, she revisited her love for food by getting a job as an assistant editor for a gourmet food trade magazine. Later, she moved to New York City and attended the Institute of Culinary Education to get a thorough education in professional cooking. Currently, Jessica is the Cooking Equipment Guide for About.com and writes a regular kitchen tools column and recipe for Clean Eating magazine. She has written about food, cooking and kitchen products for Town & Country, Pilates Style, Arthritis Today, Consumers Digest, Time Out New York and Mobil Travel Guide, among others.
We received a sample.