Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 3 mins

I love the taste of the whole wheat tortillas. So I went looking for a recipe on the internet. I found this on the at RecipeLand site.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Stir together the first 6 ingredients.
  2. On a floured board knead until smooth.
  3. Divide dough into 12 equal balls.
  4. Dust lightly with cornstarch.
  5. Roll into a circle as thin as possible on a lightly-floured board (Do not roll to edge).
  6. Drop onto a very hot ungreased griddle.
  7. Cook until brown spots appear on one side.
  8. Turn and cook on second side.
  9. Repeat with other balls.


Most Helpful

I love these tortillas - they are chewier and better tasting than regular all white flour tortillas. I too skipped the cornstarch and used flour to roll them out in. I also made a mistake and put in 2 TBs of oil instead of the 2 tsp the recipe called for. They turned out very well despite my mis-measuring the oil. Super easy & quick.

Mauwoo June 12, 2007

These were good. I added a touch of garam marsala to add a bit of kick (and to go along with the lentil soup I made for dinner) and were super easy to make. I used flour to roll out the tortillas instead of corn starch which worked out just fine and we found that we liked these cooked fairly well done. Next I make these I'll add a touch more salt, but all in all... good stuff!

BothFex October 10, 2006

These were pretty good. I was not sure what to think of the cornstarch. It made rolling out the tortillas easy, but they were still a bit too powdery even when cooked.

Nose November 28, 2005

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