Paleo Tortilla Shells

 

1 cup almond meal, Honeyville farms
1 cup Tapicioa flour
¼ cup coconut flour
½ tsp baking soda
½ tsp cream of tarter
¼ tsp celtic sea salt
¾ cup water
3 tbsp. coconut oil

 

1. Whisk dry ingredients and seasonings (if you are using this option)

2. Stir the oil into the water, add if dry mixture and check consistency; you want the dough moist but not sticky

3. Knead it a bit to blend it together and prepare it to roll into a ball (you may have to add a bit more flour or water; play with it until you find the right consistency)

4. Roll into a ball about the size of a lime (about 1.5-2 inches diameter, I used an ice cream scooper) and roll it around in your hands until it’s in a non-sticky form

5. Place between two 1 ft pieces or parchment paper and roll out into a flat circle about 1/8th inch thick. The edges will be uneven unless you use a large circular cookie cutter like I did with these. The dough should be about 5-6” inches across. A tortilla press is handy here.

6. Put a tsp or so of oil before each tortilla in a small shallow frying pan or crepe pan (I used a basting brush) and cook for 30-40 seconds on eat side

7. Make sure each side is nicely browned and cooked fully; it will bubble up a little and look a bit dry and golden browned like a regular conventional tortilla.

Notes:
TIPS: put tapioca flour on the parchment paper before you roll, they do stick.

 

 

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