Coconut Oil Tortillas

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If you’ve ever had the chance to eat a handmade tortilla, you have had a little piece of heaven. If you haven’t, here is your opportunity. All those packaged tortillas have nothing on ones handmade from scratch. Most people don’t know how easy it is to make their own. Use them for taco night, a wrap for lunch, or just a mind blowing, simple, amazing snack. These are made with coconut oil and hold a subtle flavor making them an almost buttery, mouth watering treat. They pack more health benefits too compared to those made with other less healthy oils.

 

Delicious, homemade coconut oil tortillas recipe. You won't be able to get enough of these!

 

Ingredients

  • 3 cups of flour (keep the bag out)
  • 2 tsp salt (I like Himalayan)
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil (in liquid form)
  • 3/4 to 1 cup water

 

Delicious, homemade coconut oil tortillas recipe. You won't be able to get enough of these!

 

Directions

  1. Combine flour and salt.
  2. Pour coconut oil into dry ingredients and mix with (clean) hands until blended.
  3. Pour in water and mix until dough is formed. Add more water if necessary. Slightly wet dough is fine.
  4. Wash hands and get out a fry pan. Do not oil the pan. Turn medium heat on and let it warm up.
  5. Dip each ball in the flour bag before you roll it out to make sure it doesn’t stick to anything.
  6. On a floured surface, roll out balls of dough to desired tortilla size. I use golf ball sized for taco size tortillas. You do want them to be thin.
  7. Place tortilla on your heated fry pan and cook there 30 seconds to about a minute. Flip when it creates large bubbles in the dough and repeat on other side. You want each side to have slightly browned bubbles. Relocate to a dish to cool.
  8. Repeat and make more. You should get at least 15 tortillas out of your batch.
  9. Enjoy!

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