By Not-2-Sweet on February 01, 2008
"I wanted to make those flavored (over-priced) tortillas that you buy in the store. I think that I have figured it out. The secret is to use a blender or food processer to blend the vegetable or herb in with the water, and use it for the liquid. Also, when rolling out the tortillas, it's very helpful to roll them out on a lightly floured wooden board... really helps acheive the thinness of a good tortilla. I've made these with roasted red pepper from a jar and frozen spinach. Other ideas would be jalepeno, sundried tomato, garlic herb, basil, or whatever you can dream up. I hope you like them."
Serving Size: 1 (36 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"That's how I was gonna do it. Just I use baking powder in my tortillas."
"Very good idea, I had been wondering how to do it. This is also exactly the way I already make plain tortillas but I would suggest the anyone who would like a softer, puffier tortilla, should add 1 - 2 teaspoons of baking powder."