In our travels we once stayed on a property owned by a sweet Mexican family. One bright morning we looked out and saw the mom making handmade tortillas. She had a station set up outside, her dough in a bowl, would take some out, press it in her hands and make her family the tortillas needed for that day. It was such a warm archetypal motherly feeling when watching her. I've tried my hand at tortillas and have had success but they are typically not very circular. Thankfully, one day, I was buying fruits and vegetables and my husband said he'd be back. Later that day he surprised me with a tortilla press made in MX! It makes the process so much easier and they turn out perfectly! You can find the recipe on the back of bag usually, the simple recipe I use is below. I can't help but think of that family and that fine morning when I make tortillas!
16 Handmade Corn Tortillas:
See the Enchilada Recipe to put these to use! :)
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