I take pride in making as many homemade things I can. Sure, you can easily go to the store and get a 99 cent pack of tortillas that were machine made and packaged. Call me a control freak, but I like knowing what I’m eating. I have already said how I tried one tutorial and it did not work at all. I had given up for awhile and continued buying the store brand.
Then, I found this recipe. It was quick, simple, and tortillas were the final product. They are a bit reminiscent of my days at Taco Bell and these are a mix of the soft taco and flat bread shells. I always, always make a double batch to make them big enough for wrapped up sandwiches. A batch and a half yields about 5 or 6 decently sized tortillas. One of the things that I love best about this recipe is the amount of time needed. From beginning to end, I had these done, dinner cooked, and on the table in 30 minutes.
2 cups all purpose flour
Pinch of salt
3 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 cup to 2/3 cup warm water