Prep 30 mins
Cook 2 mins
Yes, once again I've composed a recipe that recreates those same pricey flavored tortillas you can buy in the store- for less the cost, slightly less the calories.
- In a cup, microwave water, butter and honey for a 30 seconds (enough to melt butter).
- In a bowl measure out your flour.
- Pour water mixture over flour and mix with rubber spatula
- Knead with hands. If dough is too dry add a little water, if too wet add a little flour. (however this shouldn't be necessary).
- Dough should form about 5 small balls. Set each one in the bowl.
- Cover with a damp cloth/ paper towel.
- Let rest 10 minutes.
- One by one, flatten each ball between your palms then set it on wax paper and roll out your tortillas as thin as you can.
- Heat up your griddle or skillet over low heat. Do not grease.
- Carefully peel your tortilla from the paper and place into hot skillet.
- Let sit in skillet for 2-5 seconds, then begin to flip repeatedly to prevent burning. Allowing about 5-8 seconds per side until dough becomes dull in color and small golden bubbles appear on the tortilla - this means they are ready!
- Remove from heat and enjoy them warm or let them cool.
- They can be refrigerator stored in air tight bag - Ready to use for all your favorite snack wrap combination. (If tortillas seem too stiff taken straight out of refrigerator, they can be microwaved for a few seconds to soften them again).
Didn't like these at all, they needed a lot more flour and even then they wouldn't form a ball for me. Couldn't taste the honey through the whole wheat, and they kept ripping in the middle when I'd try to make them flat.