48 Counts Traditional Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortillas Bundle

$35.00 $32.00 -9%

48 Counts Traditional Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortillas Bundle

$35.00 $32.00 -9%

Description

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Description

Our tortillas are made from REAL heirloom seed corn along with other simple ingredients such as water and hydrated lime. The corn is first cooked, then stone ground into a dough called masa. The masa is then cut, cooked, and cooled in our tortilla machines.

Our tortillas are more filling and nutritionally beneficial than your average store bought brand since we do not use powder mix filled with preservatives, which are found in most stores. These tortillas have been nixtamalized, so they are more malleable and hold together better so you don't have a taco that falls apart! Cutting them up and putting the pieces into an air fryer or on the skillet can make some of the best tasting tortilla chips.

The tortillas need to be refrigerated as soon as you receive them and are good for two weeks. The tortillas can also be frozen which is very helpful for our out-of-state customers. They will last months frozen with no quality deficiencies when thawed. Our tortillas are made to order and shipped fresh.

After being made and put into a deep freezer the tortillas will be shipped out in an insulated pack with an ice bag. 2 day FedEx express shipping is used to ship your tortillas in the fastest way possible. The tortillas may not be 100% frozen with a thawed ice bag but are still fine for consumption if they do not contain any pink spots. Feel free to message us with any additional questions or concerns! In order to maintain optimal freshness, we ship our tortillas Mondays and Wednesdays. 

Ingredients
  • Organic blue corn
  • Water
  • Lime
How to Use & Storage

You can throw your tortillas in a cast-iron skillet with a light oil coating, warmed-over medium-high heat, for about 15 to 30 seconds on each side. If the tortillas smell toasty, with a few browned or darkened spots, you're doing it right. You can also put a damp paper towel over them and microwave them for a few seconds. 

Storage and Use By

1. Fridge for 1 week. Sealed tight after opening and consume in one week.
2. Freezer for 3 months. Thaw the tortillas in the fridge first.

Customer Reviews

Based on 122 reviews
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Lynn Lizarraga
TortiYahoo!,

These tortillas are the best I have tasted. I often have difficulty swallowing commercial tortillas, but these go down easily because of the few quality ingredients. I can’t wait to try more of your products. Thank you so much for staying true to your heritage.

M
Misa
We love these tortillas!

It's organic, nixtamalized, and no weird ingredients! These are delicious and nutritional! Thank you pinole for the quality and great price!

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Amanda Burns
Delicious

I love pinole blue products, these are the only tortillas I can find made without oil. Simple ingredients, delicious taste

C
Connie D Mireles

48 Counts Traditional Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortillas Bundle

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sandra trujillo

Something is different with these tortillas.
The they heat up differently - I need to adjust my methods??? Still taste good

Customer Reviews

Based on 122 reviews
92%
(112)
3%
(4)
2%
(2)
3%
(4)
0%
(0)
L
Lynn Lizarraga
TortiYahoo!,

These tortillas are the best I have tasted. I often have difficulty swallowing commercial tortillas, but these go down easily because of the few quality ingredients. I can’t wait to try more of your products. Thank you so much for staying true to your heritage.

M
Misa
We love these tortillas!

It's organic, nixtamalized, and no weird ingredients! These are delicious and nutritional! Thank you pinole for the quality and great price!

A
Amanda Burns
Delicious

I love pinole blue products, these are the only tortillas I can find made without oil. Simple ingredients, delicious taste

C
Connie D Mireles

48 Counts Traditional Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortillas Bundle

s
sandra trujillo

Something is different with these tortillas.
The they heat up differently - I need to adjust my methods??? Still taste good