Supplies & Recipes
Homemade tortillas are soft and fluffy and downright good for the soul. Who am I kidding, anything with carbs is heavenly. Sometimes it helps to make this recipe in two days. To cut down on prep time, cook tortillas on one day, assemble meals the next.
Personally, I think tortillas made with lard for the fat over butter or oil are the best. Choose a fat that fits your diet, budget, and local resources.
Tortillas don’t just end with just tacos or burritos. You can use them for sandwich wraps, breakfast burritos, quesadillas, flatbread pizzas, tortilla strips for topping soup, fry them for chips and layering for casseroles.
You can make them crunchy, sweet and even savory by adding spinach or sundried tomatoes to the dough. The possibilities are endless and another reason to get creative in the kitchen.
Flat pan (12 in)
Tortilla Press (optional)
All Purpose Flour
Print Recipe Here: Recipe is in the caption on Claudia’s YouTube video (linked below)
Watch Tutorial Here: Cooking Con Claudia
Print Recipe Here: Farmhouse on Boone
Watch Tutorial Here: Farmhouse on Boone
Print Recipe Here: Kind Earth, Gluten Free & Vegan Tortillas
Watch Tutorial Here: Anastasia at Kind Earth
Fresh Milled Print
Recipe Here: Merry Boosters
Watch Tutorial Here: Bincy Chris Whole Wheat Tortilla
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Hi there, the sourdough link does not work -just brings up a picture but no recipe
Hi, Thank you for letting me know. It should be all fixed! 🙂
I can’t wait to make these with my kiddos!
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