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Do homemade corn tortillas freeze well?

I want to make a lot of corn tortillas ahead for a big party and I'm wondering if I could make them about 2 weeks ahead and freeze them. Will this work, and if so, what's the best way to freeze and reheat them? I know they won't be as good as freshly made, but will they still be better than storebought?

asked by PickleMuseum over 2 years ago
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added over 2 years ago


Yes, they can be frozen. Allow them to defrost in the refrigerator then steam to reheat. Wrap a stack in a tea towel, heat under steam for a few minutes then transfer to a low oven for at least 15 min.