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OK....it's a Sunday afternoon and I'm craving something, but don't want it to take too long. I decided to make this recipe cause it reminds me of when my mom used to make it. They were delish!! The only thing I would do different is add a little more sugar, maybe 3/4 cup and will cut back on the coconut milk to 3/4 of the can....it was a bit too watery and I had to add more flour. But other than that, once we slathered on the butter, it was YUMMY IN OUR TUMMY!!

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ChamoritaMomma May 10, 2009

It is spelled Titiyas and pronounced Titizas. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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tinianchamorrita July 07, 2013

I have been looking for this recipe. Thanks you now I can make some for my kids & party..

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missingmyislandroots June 17, 2009

Just to let you know....Tatiza means tortilla. My grandmother made these at every fiesta, in fact was a staple in our gatherings. She would give all of us kids some dough to play with just as long as we got out of her way in the kitchen. This is a flour tortilla that has a slightly sweet taste.

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nikol June 15, 2009
Tatizas (Chamorro Snack)