Great idea! Do you have a good recipe for that?
You are very welcome!
Nice!I still haven't tried this recipe with whole grain flour. I tried a recipe with oil and homemade whole grain flour before, but the tortillas were prone to cracking.Did your tortillas turn out soft?
Hi doer_1. The sauce only has two ingredients: dried tabasco peppers and cold-pressed olive oil. The Italians have their variants: peperoncino oil, truffle oil and garlic oil.
The tabasco peppers were chopped into slices so they could be dried more quickly. I left them drying on the cutting board for few days (in summer) and deseeded them when they became completely dry. After that I just transfered them in little glass bottle and covered them with cold-pressed olive oil. After a week or so, the oil soaked the hotness. The oil would be even hotter if the seeds were left on the peppers, but I wanted to try it this way first.
Nice tip. I will try that in my other doughs. Thanks
I am glad the recipe inspired you. I am also glad to hear that you are making your own hummus. Regarding the tortillas, you might not even need a zip lock bag, since both butter and and lard make the dough easy to detach from the working surface.
I didn't know that. Thanks for the info.
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