Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

I found this in an old kids' recipe book. It adds that extra homemade touch if you're making quesadillas or fajitas or whatever! They make a good snack on their own too. NOTE: If you want bigger tortillas (mine probably end up about 6" in diameter) you may want to double the recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all ingredients except butter and milk.
  2. Slowly add milk.
  3. Knead.
  4. Form 6 or 7 balls, then roll or pat flat. (The thickness is up to you).
  5. Cook in ungreased skillet. (Be sure to watch so they don't burn and flip them regularly).
  6. Butter to taste and enjoy!


Most Helpful

I found these to be a bit harder when I thought they would be softer. DH LOVED them and I was only so so. I got 8 very small 4 inch tortillas. Made for PAC Fall 2009

wicked cook 46 September 29, 2009

this didn't come out as I expected. Maybe its my fault for using 1 T of oil instead of shortening?

shygirl July 03, 2008

These are so delish! Made them for my in-laws 2 weeks ago and they are still raving about them! Thanks for posting.

CooknsNew2me June 26, 2008

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