Tortillas stored in the freezer (or even the fridge) often stick together and tear when you try to use them. Avoid that problem by using baking paper to separate them before storage.
The folks at America's Test Kitchen highlighted this tip ahead of the US Super Bowl (consuming Mexican food being a common game-viewing ritual). While some brands already include sheets to separate them, adding them otherwise can save tears before tortilla time.
4 Power-Ups for Your Snack Attacks [America's Test Kitchen]This tip comes to us from the folks at America's Test Kitchen, who have a number of snack-food tips up their sleeve just in time for the big game this weekend. This one caught our eye though because really, who hasn't accidentally torn up a couple of tortillas trying to separate one from a package of 10 or more? Thankfully parchment paper (which we hope you have in your kitchen anyway) or wax paper are the perfect tools to keep your tortillas separate and easy to retrieve when you want a snack.
Have any other creative uses for parchment paper, or better tortilla rescue techniques to share? Let's hear them in the comments below.
4 Power-Ups for Your Snack Attacks [America's Test Kitchen