Hand-Stretched Tortillas

Our Hand-Stretched Tortillas

Known for its 'fluffy' texture and creamy taste, this thin, versatile tortilla can be used in various dishes such as burritos, tacos, quesadillas or wraps. Sizes range from 4" to 16" and are solid in 1 dozen packs.

Traditional Hand-Stretched Tortilla

Mama Lola's hand-stretched tortillas can be made with the traditional lard recipe, or with soy bean oil for a healthier and lighter calorie option. Both are known for the fluffy texture and creamy taste.


Quemada Style

We turn up the oven for this hand stretched tortilla creating a unique, eye catching and flavorful toast marks as if they were pulled straight out of a wood burning stove.


Cruda

A flour product slightly cooked giving the appearance and taste of a raw flour product.


Gordita Style

A thick tortilla made with enriched flour that can be stuffed with cheese, meat, and other fillings.





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"Rito's uses these tortilla's and they have the best burritos in town!"

- Thomas H

"They have a great history in making our tortillas for our family restaurant. Tortas Chano team thanks Mama Lola's for their quality and service."

- Roger A.

"I discovered...all varieties of tortillas (corn and flour), freshly made of high quality ingredients. They have an impressive line of offerings, including tostada shells of various colors. I left with tasty blue corn tortillas, healthy but very tasty whole wheat tortillas, and a batch of awesome tasting red child whole wheat flour tortillas. Given that their products are affordable, made without preservatives, and high quality ingredients, I can't see buying my tortillas anywhere else."

- Tony H.

"Great staff, very nice and helpful. Gluten free and organic masa available."

- Lewis P.

"I've been searching since 2001 for a good tortilla in AZ. I'm born and raised in the SF Bay area with lots of tortilla factories around. Mama Lolas is the first yellow corn tortilla that is just tortilla no MSG or other things I can't pronounce. They are thick and wonderful. They do not fall apart great for making enchiladas and tacos. We also made corn chips. This is the only tortilla I will buy from now on and I have to drive almost 15 miles from my home in far east Gilbert to superstition market to buy them!"