Masienda Tortillas - White and Blue | #1 of #5
Masienda Tortillas - White Corn - Front | #2 of #5
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Masienda Tortillas - White Corn - Front
Corn Tortillas

Tuck into a tortilla that’s simply delicious. Ours are made with only two ingredients: corn and alkaline water. The corn is nixtamalized, ground into fresh masa, then pressed and cooked for superior flavor and aroma. You’ll love that they're sturdy enough to handle all your taco fillings, but deliciously soft and pliable. We’ve spent the past seven years perfecting a recipe for tortillas that are gluten-free with zero preservatives or additives — find them at a Whole Foods Market near you.


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Organic Corn Tortillas
• Ingredients: Organic corn (non-GMO), alkaline water (water, slaked lime).

Heirloom Blue Corn Tortillas
• Ingredients: Heirloom corn (non-GMO), alkaline water (water, slaked lime).
Where to begin? Well, there are tacos. But there are also quesadillas, chilaquiles, flautas, enchiladas, tostadas, tacos dorados … and the list goes on. Check out our Recipes section for inspiration.
Review Highlights-

So delicious I can’t even handle it

Now I have the benchmark tortilla for my own aspirations, and to also have these in my freezer/fridge is the best!

Patrick C.

LOVE these tortillas!!

I found these tortillas at my local Whole Foods. I love them so much! They are tasty and fry up so well for Chilaquiles.

Lauren N.

Less Is More

Our tortillas are made the traditional way, using the ancient Mesoamerican method of nixtamalization. This refers to the process of cooking and steeping organic corn in an alkaline solution to soften the corn, activate its essential amino acids and vitamins, and impart incomparable flavor, texture, and aroma. The corn is then finely ground into masa and then pressed and cooked to perfection. With an ingredient list this short (just corn and alkaline water), it all comes down to execution: we work with the very best corn available and our cooking process is perfectly honed. And that’s why our tortillas are so delicious.

There’s No Taco Without Tortilla

Now that you’ve snagged some top-notch tortillas (or chosen to make your own at home), it’s time to think about what to fill them with. The truth is that anything can become a taco, from a simple smear of beans and cheese, to an extravagant all-day cooking project like smoked barbacoa. That’s the beauty of the tortilla: it meets you where you are. Read on for recipe inspiration and tell us in the comments about your go-to style of taco.

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What is the best way to heat these tortillas?

If your tortillas are frozen, first defrost them (ideally overnight in the fridge). We recommend a few different methods for reheating:

Stovetop Method: Preheat a nonstick pan or comal to medium-high heat. Rub each side of the tortilla lightly with water. Heat tortilla for 20-30 seconds per side. Wrap tortillas in a clean kitchen towel or tuck into a tortilla warmer until ready to serve.

Microwave Method: Separate tortillas and place 3-4 tortillas at a time on a microwave-safe plate and cover with a slightly damp paper towel. Microwave for 30 seconds or until they reach your desired pliability, then transfer to a clean kitchen towel or tortilla warmer until ready to serve.

Why are they refrigerated/frozen?

Because we don’t use preservatives, we need to use refrigeration to keep our tortillas fresh and delicious.

Are your corn tortillas gluten-free?

Yes, our tortillas are gluten-free. We make them in a tortilleria that exclusively produces corn tortillas (where none of the eight major allergens are present). The only ingredients in the product are corn and alkaline water. 

When do they expire?

If you choose to freeze your tortillas, they’re good for up to two years. Once thawed, we recommend consuming within 15 days.