Ines Rosales Tortas

These Rosemary & Thyme Savory Olive Oil Tortas are  like a cross between foccacia and a cracker and may just be the best cracker-concoction I have ever had. Really. And after my two fails at making my own foccacia…I’m happy to buy these instead. They are imported from Seville, Spain and if this is any indication of what Spain tastes like, I can’t wait to go. (No, I don’t have plans yet, but will get there soon 🙂 ) And when I do I may just tour their factory!


I found these at my co-op, but have also seen them at some of the more up-scale grocery stores. Try them, I promise you won’t be disappointed. They are perfect on their own or, as you may have guessed, with some cheese.

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12 responses to “Ines Rosales Tortas

  1. Oh those look heavenly, for real!

    And you totally reminded me to get my foccaccia post up! I think the recipe I used is a no-fail!

  2. Mary Speidel

    Em,
    These look fantastic, did you get them at the Wedge? I would love to try.

    They look quite pricey…is this just a single piece per package?

  3. I will have to be on the look out in chicago. Maybe I can find them online?

    • Yes, there are places to order online, I don’t think directly on their site, because they are in Spain but if you search it you should be able to find something. I think they would make great gifts too with some cheese and wine or something!

  4. Kat

    These look/ sound so tasty! I love foccacia and olive oil so I think I would loooove these!

  5. These look soooo good! Mmm….

    Do you want to join Project Strength with me? 🙂

  6. Mo

    Oh my, those look so good. It doesn’t help that it’s 5:15 and I want it to go with my glass of wine!

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