Tortillas, essentially plain round cakes from the European and American cuisines, widely vary in their constituent ingredients. Tortillas, a wholesome meal fare, are made from egg, flour, corn in different parts of the world. The Spanish, Puerto Rican, Cubans and South Americans call layered omelette preparations tortillas. Deep fried cornmeal disks are known as tortillas in Panama. Maize or cornflour tortillas are widely eaten by the Mexicans and North Americans. Flavory tortillas topped with a variety of seasonings, eaten by dipping in sauces, are a rage in many parts of the world.