Made street taco size tortillas for dinner tonight. These little non-circular weirdos only have 9.4 mg of sodium compared to the 205 mg for store bought. This is why I love making homemade essentials.
2 cups flour
3 Tbsp olive oil
3/4 hot water
1/4 tsp kosher salt
Makes 16 little weirdos
I just mixed it all in a bowl (or you can use a kitchenaid with a dough hook), kneaded about 1-2 minutes until it forms a dough, then divided them into 16 little dough balls. Rolled them out and then placed on a pan (medium heat) until they started to bubble a little and then flipped. Kept them warm in a towel until I had them all done. I think the only thing that took a while was the rolling out. But since they are small you could use a tortilla press if you have one.
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HEALTH & BEAUTY
FOOD & DRINK
This is a great resource page for gardeners that are just beginning and those that have been doing it a long time.
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