A round shaped container which helps keep tortillas warm during a meal. Warm tortillas are placed in the warmer, which is often lined with a cloth or paper napkin. Tortilla warmers made of terra cotta, plastic and styrofoam are available and commonly used in Mexican and Mexican-influenced cultures.
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- Richard Lane Bayless (1996). Rick Bayless's Mexican Kitchen. New York, NY (USA): Scribner. p. 145. ISBN 0-684-80006-3. Retrieved 20 January 2013.
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