Definición de tortilla en inglés:

tortilla

Saltos de línea: tor|tilla
Pronunciación: /tɔːˈtiːjə
 
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sustantivo

1(In Mexican cookery) a thin, flat maize pancake, eaten hot or cold, typically with a savoury filling.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Cornmeal is patted into a thin pancake called a tortilla.
  • Later, Sahagún tells us, they feasted agreeably on ‘white tortillas, grains of maize, turkey eggs, turkeys, and all kinds of fruit’.
  • The warm tortillas were thin and tender, crisp outside and yielding inside, with the rich sweetness of flour bound with salt and fat.
2(In Spanish cookery) an omelette.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Among our tapas selections, the Spanish tortilla had none of the eggy allure this traditional potato omelet can exhibit.
  • It is always served buffet style as a selection of culinary delights such as olives, fish or tortilla which the Spanish pick and choose from.
  • The Spanish tortilla, La Tasca style, is an omelette of mashed potatoes and onion, mildly seasoned.

Origen

Spanish, diminutive of torta 'cake'.

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