Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
This was my first time making them. I think I tolled them too thin. The recipe said to spray the pan. I thought it meant before cooking each tortilla. My stove on medium was too hot also. I finally stopped spraying before cooking each one and cooked them on low. Not too bad for my first attempt. Will make again. I loved the texture of the dough with the oil.
Hi, I want to sub the regular flour with a gluten free. Can I use spelt/almond/oatmeal flours?
Has anyone tried this recipe with almond flour?
Who knew!?! So simple and easy. Followed recipe as is and they turned out beautifully -cooked on my Starfit non stick crepe pan that I got for Christmas.
I have made this recipe twice now. They are excellent. It will be challenging to by store bought Tortillas again.
So EASY and delicious. I am never buying tortillas again!
Tortillas are so easy to make. It’s funny some comments talk about adding baking powder which is not an ingredient of authentic tortillas. The kneading process along with the correct temperature of the comal is what makes the perfect tortilla. Authentic tortillas do call for lard which can be substituted but most definitely do not call for baking powder. Adding baking powder makes more a pita thick then stiffen unlike the soft flexible texture of a tortilla.
Good tortilla recipe. We always enjoy making tortillas using.other's recipes. We used bacon grease as our mother taught us & sometimes Farmer Johns lard. Both gave a very nice flavor. I still make them that way. I've even tried using butter which does add a very good flavor. If you try using salted butter don't add much more salt. Thanks for letting me share.
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Perfection! Sometimes I whittle the amounts down to just make a single tortilla.