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Thursday, February 16, 2012

homemade-tortillas-recipe
       
       Tortillas are nothing but our Roti, made with all purpose flour. We can also make this with wheat flour. I have never tasted any wraps using tortillas, but I happened to taste a Quesadilla in a restaurant last month. Vj suggested to taste it and I instantly loved it. For past 2 weeks, I was craving for the quesadillas again and Vj took me to the restaurant and bought me the same on Valentines day… hehe. Then yesterday I thought why not try the same at home… I just googled for the info and successfully made today! Stay tuned for the salsa and quesadilla recipe coming up next!
      And for those who are hearing these things for first time, do not think its not our kind of recipe, stay tuned and try the recipes, you are sure going to love it! The ingredients are also pretty ‘available’ only, no fancy things!
tortillas-recipe

Ingredients ( makes 5-6)

All purpose flour/ maida 3/4 cup, heaped
Wheat flour 1/4 cup, heaped
Olive oil 3 tblsp
Baking powder 1/4 tsp
Salt As needed
Warm water As need

Method

  1. Mix both the flours, salt, baking powder well in a bowl. Add olive oil and rub well. Gradually add required warm water and knead to a smooth dough. You can rest the dough for 15 minutes. Divide into 5 or 6 equal sized balls.1-tortilla
  2. Roll into thin discs, dust when ever needed with all purpose flour. Heat a pan and toast the rolled tortillas on both sides in medium flame until slight golden dots starts to appear,also take care its evenly cooked.2-tortilla
         You can make these tortillas in bulk, you can even properly layer this and freeze it and use when ever we want and and make wraps or quesadillas with this.
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Notes
  • You can add softened butter/any cooking oil in place of olive oil.
  • You can try with wheat flour as well fully.
  • The dough has to be smooth, not too sticky or too tight.

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28 comments:

  1. So perfectly made Raji..

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  2. in my do list .. too good n makes me drive to do it..

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  3. Lovely tortillas...looks so soft. Lovely pics!

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  4. soft tortillas :) looks nice !!!

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  5. Wow!! delicious tortilas Raji.

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  6. tortillas looks so perfect! nice presentation n lovely pictures!!
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  7. perfect tortillas, never thought making some at home :)

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  8. I never occurred to make this tortilla at home, because of availability -good try

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  9. Luvly clicks!!!
    soo perfect....looks adorable..

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  10. perfect tortillas...looks soft!

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  11. Will surely give a try as its tempting.

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  12. Sounds interesting n looks nice Raji.

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  13. I prefer making and eating flour tortillas made with shortening, but your tortillas look perfect. Good job!

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  14. ...or with lard (the authentic way)

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  15. When it comes to the pictures, I think you are the best! Lovely dinnerware and props :)

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  16. Your tortillas are perfect! I love your photos, too. I just discovered your blog, and I'll be back!

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  17. perfect tortillas.. and really pretty clicks!

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  18. I made them today and they were really soft :)
    I used little butter and canola oil instead of olive oil.
    Thanks so much for the recipe :)

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  19. It's me again. My husband's friends and family joined us for lunch. I made Carrot halwa, tortillas, gobi-65, shahi-tukda ---- ALL stole from your place. We had great food and time! Thanks la. :D

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  20. These look so great. Since we have chapatis everyday this will be easy.

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  21. 5* presentation Raji....looks fantastic...will surely try some day...

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  22. waw.. that a good recipe. I love the way your tortilla waraps look.
    http://corporatetokitchen.blogspot.sg

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  23. First time visiting your page. Glued to it for an hour. Love the detailing and the effort you take to post recipes.Kudos to that. Keep up the great work Raks.

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  24. Thanks for the inspiration!!!! I have just bought a Tortilla press. I will try these out soonest.
    Thanks again.

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