Traditional homemade flour tortillas just never came out right for me. After all that time spent trying & trying, I almost gave up. But with these Mix-N-Pour Tortillas I can have them made in 15 minutes or so! They are almost like a super thin tortilla-flavored pancake. Easy to roll without breaking too, RancherMan loves them! #TexasHomesteader
Combine all ingredients & whisk together until batter is smooth. Lightly oil cast-iron pan or griddle (I used bacon grease on a griddle) & heat on medium-high heat for a minute or so to get it hot.
Pour 1/4 to 1/3 cup batter onto hot surface. (depending upon how big & thick you want your tortillas) Use the back of measuring cup to spread and thin the batter to about 5"-6" tortillas.
After about 2 minutes cooking on the first side, flip and cook the remaining side. When tortilla is fully cooked remove from pan and place on a rack until all tortillas are cooked.
Enjoy tortillas hot or allow to cool completely & then place in airtight bag and store in the refrigerator. Consume within about a week or so.
NOTE: Can use water in place of broth
Cooking Note: Make sure to fully cook each tortilla for the best texture. Then place on a cooling rack to cool completely.
STORAGE NOTE: Make sure the tortillas are completely cooled before storing them in the bag. Even a small amount of condensation that forms while inside the bag will significantly shorten the freshness time of the tortillas.