Tortillas are a staple food in many households and restaurants. Whether you’re looking for the perfect taco, enchilada or burrito, tortillas can be a useful tool to have on hand. These flour or corn-based flatbreads can be used as an ingredient for most of your favorite dishes too! However, it is common knowledge that they don’t last forever and might not always stay fresh if left out in the open air.
The question remains: how do you store these tasty bread rounds so they’ll last?
This article will discuss 3 ways to save tortillas so that they won’t go bad before their time! The first method is as easy as placing them in the freezer. Freezing your tortillas will keep them from going stale and give you a fresh batch to cook with whenever you need it!
To freeze, simply lay out on an oven-proof tray lined with parchment paper (to catch any spills) or foil so that they don’t touch one another. Then place the tray into your freezer for at least 12 hours before removing and storing in sealable bags or containers. This can be done up to two weeks ahead of time.
Another way to store these homemade wonders is by using plastic wrap tightly around each one individually, then putting them all together inside of gallon size resealable baggies when fully wrapped up. If you