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Wow, what a long break! Sorry about that everyone. Things here are going really well, our move went smoothly, the kids are making friends, and the transition to the new school has been amazing. We’re still settling into our new home. We still have some boxes here and there that need unpacking, and I haven’t hung anything up on the walls yet. I’m still getting used to my kitchen. We’re actually in the middle of doing some renovations to it (I know, just moved and having to change things right away…tsk, tsk, tsk). But once this is said and done, the heart of the house (the kitchen) will be a beautiful, spacious, and fully functioning place. I haven’t done a whole lot of experimenting in the kitchen since moving, but I have started to do some more baking, now that I have an oven that isn’t WAY out with the temperature. So bear with me, new recipes will be coming soon!
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Now, onto the recipe! I made these gluten-free Flour Tortillas a while ago, but just never posted them. They were simple to make, and stored well. I did microwave it for a few seconds to make it flexible again before using, but I think you have to do that with the bought ones too. I rolled these out really thin (as thin as I could) on floured parchment paper, and then used a Tupperware bowl to cut it into a nice circle. Worked better than trying to roll it the dough into a circle, but if you’re up for rustic, that would work as well. Will freeze in a sealed plastic bag for up to 3 months.
ADDITION (Jan. 27/10): I made these again today, using 1 cup of brown rice flour, 1/3 cup potato starch, 1/3 cup tapioca starch, and 1/3 cup oat flour. I also added about 1/2 tsp of garlic powder and 3/4 tsp Italian seasoning. They were FANTASTIC!! So quick to make, and so great fresh. Definitely give them a try, just be sure to roll them as thin as possible!
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Will freeze in a sealed plastic bag for up to 3 months.