8 Reviews

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.

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LARavenscroft November 30, 2009

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.

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Debbwl November 06, 2009

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

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wendyrona December 03, 2015

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!

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Karen R. February 26, 2015

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.

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oceansdust August 08, 2011

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.

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Chef toone December 03, 2009

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!

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songbug November 16, 2009

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.

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Connie Lea October 28, 2009
Homemade Corn Tortilla Chips, Easy Cheap Mexican Snack Food