Nachos, a popular snack food, originating in Mexico
baleada (Baleadas, one of Honduras's most original and popular foods)
tortilla chip, a snack food made from corn tortillas, which are cut into wedges and then fried
tortilleria, or tortilla bakery, a shop that produces and sells freshly made tortillas
totopo, in Mexican cuisine, a flat, round, or triangular corn product similar to a tortilla, best known as originating from Zapotec peoples of the isthmus of Tehuantepec region of the Mexican state of Oaxaca
Tortilla de rescoldo, a traditional Chilean unleavened bread prepared by rural travellers
Tortilla Price Stabilization Pact, an agreement between the Mexican Federal Government, headed by President Felipe Calderón, and several tortilla producing companies in Mexico to limit the volatility of price in tortillas in early 2007
tostada, a Spanish word meaning "toasted"
tostada, a Spanish word which literally means "toasted"
Piki, a thin dry rolled bread made by the Hopi with nixtamalized corn meal, obtaining its dark grayish-blue color and unique flavor due to the use of blue corn and culinary ash
Güirila, a tortilla made from young white corn
Don Tacos, a Japanese snack food manufactured by Koikeya
includes plain and from mutton sandwich (Navajo) tortilla
low-carb tortilla, a type of wheat tortilla and has as few as 3 grams of net carbohydrates per tortilla, and is high in dietary fiber
nopaltilla, a cactus-corn tortilla
Tortilla art, referring to fine art that uses tortillas as a canvas
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