I rarely do product reviews. I’m quick to share my favorite ingredients in a recipe, but not often do I tell you about a product from the store just for the sake of telling you I think you should buy it.
But Rudi’s tortillas, well, I think you should buy them.
I spotted these at Nature’s Pantry in Independence, MO. I had read about folks in other parts of the country trying these but hadn’t found them anywhere near me. When I did find them, all three varieties jumped into my cart.
So what’s the big deal, you ask? Well, they don’t fall apart. The tortillas I used to eat (until they turned out not to be good food for my life, hint hint…failed gluten test) would fall apart if I tried to roll them. Then I tried several other brands and sometimes they would be in multiple pieces before I ever got them home. So I just stopped eating flour tortillas and put everything on a corn tortilla or in a thinly sliced jicama.
The other really great thing is that these actually taste good. I like the Fiesta best, but the plain and spinach are also tasty. The plain has a bit of sweet flavor to it, which I don’t mind one bit. They aren’t glue-y in my mouth and have a flavor that’s good enough to eat alone.
So far I’ve done just that, eaten them alone. Nothing on them. That’s something I didn’t think I’d do ever again.
I also made black bean and sweet potato quesadillas with them.
I made bean and zucchini burritos with them.
I put some raw vegan not-chicken salad goodness in one for a wrap. Pretty much anything that comes out of my kitchen is wrapped in a tortilla right now. Yesterday it was cashew butter and sliced banana in a tortilla. Everything is better in a Rudi’s tortilla.
Now that I’ve told you all about my love for Rudi’s tortillas, will you tell me what you love putting in a tortilla? Tell me, I wanna know…
Full disclosure: I paid for my own tortillas. I used a coupon even! The opinions expressed are my own. But you knew that. 😉