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This was easy I was confused though, ingredients say baking powder, instructions say soda. I used powder and it worked just fine. Quick and tasty, it is in my favs folder!!! Thanks
A few days ago I was in a bind, I wanted to make tacos but was out of tortillas. I came across this recipe and had to make a few changes as I did not have all the ingredients, instead I used 1/3 cup veg. oil and bleached flour. I also fried them in about 1/3 of an inch of veg. oil for about 45 seconds on each side. They came out wonderful! My husband (who's from pakistan) thought that it was puri and was estatic that I was able to make one of his favorate breads so well! This is something I would make again and again only using my changes to the recipe, this is a no fail, no regret recipe that I would reccomend to everyone!
I used 3 cups of flour and these came out so delicious. Make sure to use a hot pan as they will cook up quick and stay soft. If you use a tortilla warmer/holder they will stay soft and warm. Try not to over due the flour when rolling them out as they will stay powdery and taste dry. I suggest rolling them in between wax paper this is what i will do next time. Also make sure to roll them out thin enough so they are pliable. making tortillas takes practice and this recipe makes it so much fun to make. Thanks so much for the recipe
Wow! These were surprisingly good! i was VERY skeptical because I am a die hard, fresh, authentic, below the border tortilla. These were pretty darn good - when you through in the fact that it has no lard?!? Makes it that much better. They come out a little less pliable than I like - but the taste was very good - so was the texture...Thanks!