These were good and reminded me a lot of the warm chips that you get at a Mexican restaurant. I did have a problem with them, but it was my own fault ~ I baked them too long as I forgot to set the timer. Will definitely try these again and make sure that I set the timer! I think these would also be good with a squeeze of lime on them while still warm. Thanks for posting this. Made for New Kid on the Block Tag.
What a nice treat. Love that you can make these with less salt as the store chips are always way to salty. They turned out nice and crispy with a nice light tan color. Very yummy served with Mexican Red Almond Dipping Sauce (Vegan). Thanks so much for the great post.
I didn't try it yet.It sounds very good.maybe I missed it but ,what size baking dish do you use?I didn't see that mentioned.If I half it what size would you recommend to use then?Thank you
I've made these a few times now since I always have leftover corn tortillas. Last time I tried garlic sea salt on them and they turned out fantastic. Thanks for the great recipe!
The perfect way to use up my leftover corn tortillas. I'm going to cut back on the salt next time though because it was a bit too salty.
Love this thanks. I alway fry my corn tortillas in a little olive oil or coconut oil because I can have one on my low carb diet, but this is much easier and I can make enough for the kids as well without having to cook one at a time in a skillet.
I was looking for something crunchy, warm & quick to make this afternoon and this was perfect! I ended up making a second batch right away, as the first one disappeared so quickly, and would have made even more if I hadn't run out of tortillas. I did use a cooking spray the 2nd time, which was faster and actually turned out better. Thanks for a yummy recipe!
OMG these are so good and so easy - taste just like the ones from El Mexico Restaurant. My first batch, I sprinkled Sea Salt on the tortillas. They were too salty for us so after that I just lightly salted with regular salt. Thanks so much for an awesome recipe. I'll never buy corn chips again.