English version

tortilla in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtortillator‧til‧la /tɔːˈtiːjə $ tɔːr-/ noun [countable]  DFa type of thin flat Mexican bread made from corn or wheat flour
Examples from the Corpus
tortillaI would prepare about 60 tortillas every day because that was all we had to eat - tortillas and beans.The fajita began life in South Texas as humble skirt steak, marinated and served in a tortilla.He spends the night on the volcano, eating beans and tortillas and sleeping in subfreezing temperatures.Serve with the lime wedges and tortilla chips.A small version of the caldo and plenty of tortillas accompany the entree.The food was scant: weeks when the only thing available was tortillas bind salt.