|We rolled them out on the table and in wax paper. I'd stick with a floured table. Slightly easier.|
Ingredients & Prices
3 Cups Flour - $0.36
4 Tbsp Canola Oil - $0.04
1 tsp Salt - $0.01
1 tsp Baking Powder - $0.04
1 Cup Hot Tap Water
Total Cost of Dough - $0.45
How much I spent yesterday on a package of tortillas...more than twice that.
These are so easy and quick, though, that you must make them. You can't really make a super skinny tortilla out of it, as it just jumps right back into position, but what you get is perfect for fajita or taco-sized yummy, rather than burrito. Burritos are really about the insides, though, anyway.
Here is what a bubble looks like...
And here is what it looks like if you overcook the side. It's still tasty for eating plain, but if you get that dark a brown dots, then you can't wrap stuff up inside it anymore.
Stan and I made this recipe today, to test 'em out. We just kept eating them,
so I stored the rest of the balls in the fridge until dinner. Then, I realized that I forgot to take the chicken out of the freezer...which means, no tacos tonight. Tomorrow. Tonight, you get a new recipe!