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A sandwich of Mexican origin, usually served in a roll or bun and sometimes grilled on a press.

[Mexican Spanish, from Spanish, round flat loaf of bread, cake, from Late Latin tōrta, a kind of bread; see tortilla.]


(ˈtɔːtə; tɒrtæ)
a flat circular pile of silver ore
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Celebrity Chef Rick Bayless opened up three of his Tortas Frontera restaurants in Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, in Terminals 1, 3 and 5.
Recipes include Kothu Roti (Sri Lanka), Mao Xue Wang (Sichuan, China), Pasta all'Arrabbiata (Italy), Samosas (India), Tortas Ahogadas (Guadalajara, Mexico) and many more.
He opened two more restaurants in Chicago this year--XOCO, a quick serve restaurant featuring house-ground chocolate and wood-grilled tortas, and Tortas Frontera, which opened in downtown Chicago and in Terminals 1 and 3 at Chicago's O'Hare airport.
Currently serving foods such as Tacos, Tortas, Menudo but can be easily converted.
It's perfect with my recent discovery at Whole Foods downtown, Ines Rosales Sweet Olive Oil Tortas, heavenly little sugary discs imported from Seville.
As tortas foram oriundas da extracao de oleo vegetal, por prensagem unica, para a producao de biodiesel.
Nos testes, durante a formacao da torta, a polpa era mantida em agitacao manual e o resultado de um teste consiste na media de duas tortas filtradas a partir da mesma amostra com cerca de 5 L de polpa.
She says a friend would give her tortas (Mexican sandwiches) to feed her kids.
The tour followed lunch at Manny's Tortas where a business meeting was held.
Yogurt cheese can be used just as you would cream cheese, in these tortas as well as in the festive cheesecake on page 188.
Remove the tortas from the molds and arrange on a parchment-lined sheet tray.
Certain foods have come to be known as a Lenten or Holy Week menu, including in my home shacales, lantejas, tortas de camaron, and capirotada.