Take a big pan, preferably cast iron, but obviously mine isn't...so...really, any pan, and heat it up. Keep it dry - don't add oil or anything. Slap y...
Step 4: Get some balls!
After you've let it sit for 20 minutes, take the dough and cut/rip it into 8 equal pieces. Roll these pieces into balls in your hands, and put them on a plate. Make sure they're not touching, and cover them with that same damp cloth you used in the last step. Let them sit an additional 10 minutes.
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