white whole wheat flour
Can't get much simpler than that! Here's what I did:
1. Mix together 2 cups flour and 1t.salt
2.Cut in 1/4 cup of slightly softened butter (you do not need a fancy pastry cutter for this. I took 2 butter knifes and held them together and cut the butter in) til it starts to look crumbly
3.Then add you add 1/2 cup water. Mix and toss with a fork, then kneed for a couple of minutes. Then u take it and put it in the fridge for at least 4 hrs.
4. Take dough out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature. Make around 8-10 balls depending on how big you want them. Flour a surface and roll the balls out until they are as flat as you can get them. I rolled out then flipped over and rolled some more. Heat a ungreased griddle to 400degrees and place tortillas on it for about 20 seconds until they start to brown and bubble on that side then flip them over until the other side it browned.
It's that easy! Eat right away or store in fridge or freezer! I only made this one batch yesterday, but next time I think I'll double or triple the batch. My family LOVED them. I also figure them to be a lot cheaper than the good whole wheat ones you would buy in the store.
Here is the stack I made,, mine were not perfectly round,, but really,, who cares?
And here's one with some goodies in it.
My three year old helped me roll out the little balls and had a great time. She said it was like playing with play dough. I made these with the intention of making enchiladas but Emma and I just had to taste one before we rolled them all up and covered them with sauce. Yummy!