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these were quick and easy to make (at one tenth of the imported tortillas cost) made them twice in the last week.
Made it with coconut oil. Very easy and tasty!
My family loves tortillas and this recipe was great. I tweaked it a bit. Another reviewer left a comment about wheat flour, but I really enjoy the heartiness. I make these with half wheat and half white flour. With the wheat flour, I find I need to increase salt to 2 or 2.5 teaspoons of salt. I also omit the baking soda (I love them flat). Wheat tend to need a bit more water, but it wasn't too bad. Great at high altitude as well. Thank you!
I made tortillas using this recipe. I mixed everything up in the bread machine, and it worked well. The amount of water given in the recipe seems correct when intensively kneaded as in a machine. The texture of the dough was soft, elastic, and not at all sticky. However, when it comes to using a rolling pin, I am a complete loser. I could not get the tortillas to be round! I am hoping that practice will improve performance. I will try this recipe again sometime, but do not want to assign stars at this point. Thank you for posting this interesting recipe. I used the tortillas for enchiladas, and they seemed very good.
Super easy and super delicious. My kids never agree on anything, but after having these they all voted that we have them again!
These were really good. I made a half recipe, which made 8 small tortillas. I cooked them in a regular pan stainless steel pan and they came out great. Next time i'm going to try to roll them out thinner though. Thanks for the great recipe!
Really good and easy - except for the rolling part but that is all me. I did get better toward the end. Thanks for the keeper!
I did half of the recipe and still ended with a good amount of tortillas.These did take a bit of work to extend but were good.Thank you.
These came out great, and I used them for some fajitas we were having. They were easy to make and came out just the way I had hoped! This is my recipe for tortillas from now on!
This recipe was not quite what I was looking for. The flavor was great and they were very soft, but they were too thick. I rolled them out very thin, but they would puff up as I was cooking them from the baking powder. They were thicker than a tortilla, but thinner than Indian fry bread. I live in Arizona and can get great tortillas just about anywhere. Maybe next time I will leave out the baking powder. To see the actual thickness, check out the colorful picture by Sue L. Mine turned out just like that. 3 stars for taste and ease of preparation.