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I made tortillas tonight! I feel so accomplished! I mean, come on, I'm a Pennslyvania Dutch girl, who milked cows, ate pig stomach (ew), and know's that pot pie is not the stuff with the crust on top! I made tortillas! And they were good. Not just good, but great! My family loved them. I don't think I'll ever go back to store bought again. Here are some pics:
The whole process is really easy. If you have a kitchenaid it's super easy. Mix it up, let it rest, separate into balls, rest, roll, cook. That's it!
Here's the ball
Here is the rolled out uncooked tortilla. You know I always use the other side of this block for shaping bread and completely forgot the other side had all these markings on it. I was looking around for a ruler when the light went on over my head. *Ding!* Aha! I have markings on the other side. Woohoo!
This is the tortilla on the hot iron skillet all hot and bubbly ready to flip.
Flipped tortilla. (each side only takes about 20-30 seconds, depending on how hot your skillet is)
And the yummy results! These were thick, fluffy and very malleable, which is nice, say for Fish Tacos (which we had for supper tonight!)
The whole family enjoyed them, so I think I'll be making them again. The best thing about them is, that they were not made with lard or shortening. Just 2 tsps of vegetable oil. I used olive and they turned out great. And you can sub a cup of whole wheat flour in to make them more healthy, which I did and they were still great. Woohoo!
And as promised, a link to the recipe. I love the name of this blog Homesick Texan.
Enjoy and let me know if you try them!