I was hoping as "corn" tortillas these would be the lovely gluten free ones made by this company - unfortunately not.
I don’t know how tesco get away with advertising these as corn or even corn and wheat. The ingredients list wheat and corn flour. Corn flour is nothing more that a thinking agent. Adds nothing to the taste as would cornmeal. Tortillas made with cornmeal taste completely different.
Our favourite wraps
We use these to make vegan Lebanese rolls (with falafel, humous, and salad). Having tried many types of wrap and pitta bread, these are our favourite for the purpose. I can't compare them with real Mexican tortillas, but we love both the texture and taste of these tortillas. They're soft but not too soft, and they wrap very well without breaking.
Just barely ok for Tortillas and enchildas.
Not ;really close to proper Mexican tortillas but the best you can do here. I'd like to be able to source the true ones as I am originally from California where you get the right ingredients for Mexican cooking. I resigned myself many, many years ago to having to have visiting Americans bring me what they can to allow me to glut on properly made tacos and enchilladas .
These are wheat rituals with a tiny bit of corn. M
These are wheat rituals with a tiny bit of corn. Misleading for gluten intolerance
Misleading Product Description
The product description is misleading. It says corn tortillas. When on the packet it says corn and wheat. No good for wheat or gluten intolerance!!
Great taste :)
Prefer these over regular tortillas as they add a crunch element that other tortillas don't have when heated on the pan :) Recommend when making quesadillas especially
Definitely not Corn tortillas.
As other customers have complained about, you'd expect that when looking for corn tortillas to get that 'truer' Mexican feel to your dish it wouldn't be hard to find some. Alas, that is not the case. These tortillas are made from wheat, with a tiny bit of cornmeal in them. They should be labelled Wheat Tortillas with a pinch of corn. Disappointing.
Corn too low
Not enough corn meal - 27% is too low - should be called wheat wraps (with a bit of cornmaize). The amount of corn has been declining over the past 10 years or so and I now think it is easier and cheaper to make my own.
Don't bother if you're Coeliac
Corn tortillas and El Paso have managed to put wheat flour and obviously wheat gluten in the ingredients. Absolutely no use if you have Coeliac disease, have a wheat intolerance or trying to remove gluten from your diet.