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Help! Where do I buy tortillas to make grilled chicken breast?

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DennisFlores Fri 01-Jun-18 17:44:29

I have just read a article about grilled chicken breast at here: grilled chicken breast I want to make Chicken Tacos (No.19) but I don't know where do I find tortillas (online is better). Help me!!! Please!

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Littletreefrog Fri 01-Jun-18 17:47:45

Any supermarket will sell them.

BrazzleDazzleDay Fri 01-Jun-18 17:48:28

Any supermarket...

dementedpixie Fri 01-Jun-18 17:48:56

Any supermarket will sell tortillas in the bread aisle plus in the aisle with world foods (try the Mexican sauce area)

Eminybob Fri 01-Jun-18 17:49:40

All supermarkets sell them. Old eld paso do either flour or corn, sort or hard shell, but you can usually get flour ones in supermarket own brand. They may be called wraps, or tortilla wraps

DennisFlores Fri 01-Jun-18 17:51:16

But I don't see them. I'll turn back to find them.
Thanksssss!!!

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bookmum08 Fri 01-Jun-18 17:52:49

Pretty much any shop that sells food will have them. You will probably find them your nearest corner!!

iklboo Fri 01-Jun-18 17:53:20

Look for 'wraps' rather than tortillas

bookmum08 Fri 01-Jun-18 17:54:23

'Corner shop' I meant!

eurochick Fri 01-Jun-18 17:55:17

Look for wraps in the bread aisle or an Old El Paso kit (includes spices, tacos and salsa). In our supermarket these are with the foreign foods.

dementedpixie Fri 01-Jun-18 17:55:30

I get Tesco own make ones. They are with the Mexican sauce mixes

cookiesaurus Fri 01-Jun-18 17:55:42

They'll be in the bread aisle.

DennisFlores Fri 01-Jun-18 17:56:13

Supermarket so big in my place so I find them not easy.

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Hiphopopotamus Fri 01-Jun-18 17:56:25

Really? confused They’re totally standard supermarket items. Not even big supermarkets - your tiny Tesco expresses will have them

dementedpixie Fri 01-Jun-18 17:56:53

They may say wraps or tortilla wraps or just wraps. Look in the bread section too

acornsandnuts Fri 01-Jun-18 17:58:02

They will be called wraps. Or branded ones in the Mexican section old El Paso

DennisFlores Fri 01-Jun-18 18:00:31

I don't think it don't have them, too. Just I don't find so I want to buy online

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NaughtToThreeSadOnions Fri 01-Jun-18 18:04:57

Which supermarket are you shopping at? Theres no need to buy them on line. They are very standard atock. Maybe we can show you them thaf your supermarket does stoxk them so you'll know what your lookinf for

holidaycheer Fri 01-Jun-18 18:08:36

Find a member of staff, they can show you where to find them.

Nothisispatrick Fri 01-Jun-18 18:13:44

You need a better supermarket

NaughtToThreeSadOnions Fri 01-Jun-18 18:15:44

Whole selections of different types at saonsburys www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/bakery/wraps

Tescos www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/shop/bakery/wraps-pittas-naan-and-thins/wraps/wraps

And morrisons
groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/category/Bakery--Cakes-Wraps-Bagels-Pittas--Thins/105651-102210-165663

Waitrose example
www.waitrose.com/ecom/products/essential-waitrose-8-large-tortilla-wraps/493820-255817-255818

Basically id find it hard to believe they dont stock them harder than your finding it to believe they do just ask for them

Monday55 Fri 01-Jun-18 18:16:26

Ask a member of staff, all supermarkets have them either in the Mexican section or the bread section.

WinkysTeatowel Fri 01-Jun-18 18:20:22

Where do you do your shopping?

DennisFlores Fri 01-Jun-18 18:34:10

Ok! Thanks everyone. I found them. They call be wraps. Really I'm not a delicate person grin grin grin

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sparklepops123 Fri 01-Jun-18 20:42:50

Bakery aisle - where pittas etc are

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