Introduction: Handmade Flour Tortillas De Harina That Were Hecho a Mano
Tortillas taste good and are very useful for holding the important things in life, like beans or carne asada.
But, did you know that they're also easy to make yourself? That's right, you can make your own tortillas right now, with my fast and simple tutorial.
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Step 1: Pile O' Flour
Use more if you want more tortillas
Step 2: Little Bit O' Salt
Makes it saltier
Step 3: Some Lard
A couple of lil' chunks will do
Step 4: Butter in a Cup
Exactly one chunk of butter
Step 5: Watermilk
Dunno if tortillas are made with milk or water, so I mixed both in the cup
Step 6: Heat the Sucka
Just enough to melt the butter
Step 7: Volcano
Pour a tiny bit of buttermilkwater at a time and mix it up
Step 8: Mix the Mix
Add buttermilkwater and flour 'til it's not sticky but not too dry
Step 9: Ballin'
Divide up yer mix
Step 10: Flatten
Make it look like a tortilla
Step 11: Butter Up the Skillet
So it don't stick
Step 12: Cook the Tortilla
They puff up when they're ready to flip.
Just don't burn it and you'll be fine
Step 13: Complete
If it's too bland and healthy, add even more butter
Step 14: Eat 'em
Hurry up and eat 'em all before anyone else gets any
Step 15: Stash 'em
If you can't eat that fast, stash 'em in a plastic container because they'll dry up faster than you can say:
"Hey, my tortillas dried up."
Step 16: Clean Your Filth
Shoulda used a bowl, dufus