However, I did take pictures of one recipe that I made two weeks ago, even though it is far from Christmas related (at least in my home anyway.)
The recipe is actually from Our Best Bites but there are tortilla recipes floating all over the web if you want to find a different one. I've used this recipe quite a few times with great success. I love it because I can whip up some tortillas super fast, which means there is always something yummy on the horizon for dinner. Even when it's last minute, I can make these in 10 minutes or less, and then just fill them with whatever I have lying around- beans, cheese, leftover chicken or steak, salsa, avocados, even scrambled eggs and sausage.
Thanks Our Best Bites
(Just a side note, my recipe is going to vary from the Our Best Bites website. Apparently, the one in the Our Best Bites cookbook is a little different from the website, and the cookbook version is the one I use.)
2 1/2 Cups Flour
3/4 tsp Salt (Kosher or Sea Salt)
1/4 Cup plus 2 Tbsp Shortening
3/4-1 Cup Hot Water
**Update: I've since started using coconut oil in place of the shortening in a straight 1:1 ratio and have had great success! Make sure the oil is not in a liquid state. There is a super slight coconut flavor, but it's hardly noticeable.**
See how it's nice and crumbly? Now you can slowly start to add the water. Start with the 3/4 Cup of Hot Water and add more if needed.
According to the cookbook, it should be about playdough consistency when it's done.
Serve these with Shredded Chicken, cheese, rice, beans, sour cream, and Tomatillo Salsa and you will have a super amazing dinner.
OR, use Chicken Taco fillings inside these guys to make burritos, or even just soft tacos.
OOORRRR, serve them with Black Bean and Corn Casserole for a super filling and healthy meal!