How To Heat Your Tortillas (A Siete Telenovela) - Sietefoods.com

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September 06, 2019

Debuting Siete Tips & Tricks episode numero dos: A Siete Telenovela on How to Heat Your Tortilla. (Because the only thing we take more seriously than burning love is heating tortillas!) Watch Jamie, from our Customer Delight Team, and Nic, from Quality Assurance, bring this drama to life.

When it comes to preparing tortillas, some people experience what we call “the humpty-dumpty phenomenon,” where all the king’s horses and all the king’s men cannot put a broken tortilla back together again.... For a happy ending, learn from Dumpty and be sure to heat our tortillas before you eat them!

Instructions For Properly Heating Tortillas:

1. Heat a griddle, flat top, pan, or comal over medium-high heat for 2-3 minutes.
2. Warm tortilla for 10-15 seconds on both sides.
3. Enjoy!



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