its not a typo. We are talking real gluten-free, flour tortillas.
Surprisingly enough these tortillas are not much different from
the real thing. They are not difficult to make, taste great and
hold up very nicely in wraps, burritos and soft tacos.
GF Flour Tortillas:
used The Gluten-Free Pantry's Country French Bread flour for the
gf flour in this recipe. Visit them at (www.glutenfree.com). The
directions may look difficult, however the process is really rather
cups gf flour
teaspoons baking powder
cup warm milk
Tablespoons vegetable oil
a medium bowl, combine the gf flour with salt and baking powder.
In a separate bowl, combine the warm milk with the oil. Using
an electric mixer, beat the flour mixture low speed. Gradually
add the warm milk and oil mixture until all the liquid is absorbed.
Increase the mixer speed to medium and continue to beat for about
the dough into a ball and place in a lightly greased bowl; cover
and let sit for 45 minutes.
the dough into 8 equal portions. (Keep remaining dough covered
while working with each piece.) Roll out one piece of dough on
a gf floured surface until it is about 6-8" in diameter. Place
a plate on top of the dough and cut around the outer edges. This
will give you a nice round tortilla shape. Continue with the remaining
pieces of dough until you have 8 tortillas. Cover the tortillas
with a clean dishcloth.
a large skillet or griddle over medium-high heat. Lightly grease
the pan with vegetable oil. Place one tortilla on the hot skillet
and cook for 1 minute. When the tortilla begins to bubble in places,
flip and continue to cook for 1 additional minute or until it
slightly bubbles and browns in places. Place finished tortilla's
under a clean, damp dishcloth.
that you have the key to making delicious gluten-free flour tortillas.
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