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    freezing tortillas

    Chef Tweaker
    Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:13 pm
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    I have been working on my own homemade tortilla recipe (launching off of another posted recipe). I am working on making it for OAMC because who has time to make tortillas at a moment's notice!
    I probably could have rolled them out and then just froze the dough but I always have trouble with them shrinking so I'm going to cook them first.

    How is the best way to store them in the freezer? I'm thinking of layering them with wax paper.

    Tweaker
    16Paws
    Sun Oct 28, 2012 6:06 am
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    Tweaker, because it is just DH and myself I freeze a lot! I freeze my tortillas in a gallon size zip lock bag. No need to put wax paper or such in between them as they do not stick (at least my don't). To use, I just sort of carefully remove the number I need, place on a paper towel and nuke. Taste fresh made and very convenient.
    Chef Tweaker
    Sun Oct 28, 2012 11:19 pm
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    16Paws wrote:
    Tweaker, because it is just DH and myself I freeze a lot! I freeze my tortillas in a gallon size zip lock bag. No need to put wax paper or such in between them as they do not stick (at least my don't). To use, I just sort of carefully remove the number I need, place on a paper towel and nuke. Taste fresh made and very convenient.


    I did the same with this batch. I made sure they were cooled off so they wouldn't get condensation and I could tell they were dry enough. Not sure if I should put that in the instructions or not though. Not everyone is going to have the discernment to tell if they will stick or not.
    16Paws
    Mon Oct 29, 2012 5:16 am
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    If you are going to have freezing directions included with the recipe I would put that in for sure. Good luck!
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