Our family has probably eaten thousands of these spelt tortillas over the years. They are great plain, cooked in oil in the frying pan, as a thin pizza crust, as quesadillas, toasted with cinnamon & sugar, as a sandwich wrap, and for all the regular Mexican dishes. They have very few ingredients and my children LOVE to help making them.
- 2¼ cups light spelt flour (see below)
- 3 Tbl. olive oil
- ½ cup plus 4 tsp. water
- Mix the flour and oil together with either a fork or pastry cutter
- Stir in the water
- Form into a ball
- Let sit for 15 minutes
- Break into pieces and roll out with a rolling pin or a tortilla press if you feel so inclined
- Cook for a few minutes on each side in a hot, preheated 12" frying pan
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