Harina Blanca para Tortillas marca Maseca-repacked in Australia
In Mexico and Central America, a tortilla is a type of thin, unleavened flat bread, made from finely ground maize, usually called "corn".
In Mexico, there are three colors of maize dough for making tortillas: white maize, yellow maize and blue maize.
In addition to its sharply different color, blue corn has several nutritional advantages. It contains 20% more protein and has a lower glycemic index than white corn.
When used to make tortillas, blue corn produces a sweeter, nuttier taste than yellow or white corn.
To make tortillas, tamales and sopes
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