Side note: These gluten-free tortillas are wonderful for making all sorts of Spanish/Mexican-inspired dishes as well as other "wraps" and things — whether you prefer stuffing them or topping them with fresh or grilled vegetables, salad items, your favorite meats, refried beans, etc., is up to you, and the simple variations abound.This Cinco de Mayo gluten-free "recipe" starts with quickly searing / frying a couple of those tortillas in a cast-iron pan to firm them up a bit and impart some added grilled-flavor to the corn.
I was lucky enough to have some leftover chicken-breast that was quickly sliced and added on top of the tortilla. Another few layers of avocado, some gluten-free avocado-salsa (also acquired at CostCo) and some Pita-Pal (brand) gluten-free "Texas Caviar" (a mix of corn, beans, other veggies, with a citrus / orange base; also from CostCo), all topped with my favorite habanero chili salsa — the result is a flavor packed and diet-conscious gluten-free Cinco de Mayo inspired lunch that I enjoyed and had completed in a hurry.
One notable exclusion this time is cheese. I definitely like melting some cheese over top of my tortilla creations, but for whatever reason it just slipped my mind today. I guess I was subconsciously keeping it healthier or lower-fat as an unintentional dairy-free recipe today. And, had I just left off the chicken, I could have easily had a vegan recipe that would have been equally enjoyable. Regardless, enjoy your Cinco de Mayo.