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PTIDROW Posts: 37
3/20/11 9:37 P

I bake mine at 350 for about 10 min (but watch them, because my oven's dying so it takes a little longer!) but the big part is that I brush the pan with olive oil and/or spray the pan & chips with cooking spray. Sprinkle them with some garlic salt and wait for a couple minutes before you bag them. That should help!

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3/19/11 5:59 P

I spray mine with Pam or something similar then bake at about 350 deg. I space them out like you would when baking cookies.

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3/16/11 11:51 A

When I make mine, I usually do a big batch, so every 3 or 4 pans I spray the pan, and with every batch I spray the tops of the tortillas. Good luck!

JMAYSIE Posts: 495
3/16/11 11:47 A

No I was not spraying them with cooking spray. I may give that a try. Thanks!

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3/16/11 8:00 A

I usually do mine at around 350 F for about 7-10 minutes. Sometimes they come out good, sometimes they are chewy like you mentioned. What helps is that I wait a little bit and let them harden after taking them from the oven before I put them in baggies.

Are you spraying them with cooking spray beforehand?

JMAYSIE Posts: 495
3/16/11 12:27 A

I've been trying to bake corn tortillas to use as chips, but so far they have not been coming out crunchy except for on the edges. They are really chewy in the middle and icky. Anyone know what temperature and how long I should be cooking them?

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