Today I You tubed about 10 different recipes and ways to make tortillas at home. All of them were quite similar. Some used shortening. Some used Vegetable oil. And one even used butter flavor Crisco, and bacon grease. I bet that one was good!!! I didn't have any shortening, so I opted to make mine using vegetable oil for the fat.
The one I used called for:
3 Cups All Purpose Flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
6 T vegetable oil
1 Cup hot water
Stir the flour and baking powder and salt together to mix. Add vegetable oil, mix together, then add water, a little at a time, until it forms a dough.
It didn't take long at all to have them all done, and stacked up nice and warm in the tea towel.
These were fun to make. I would do them again for sure! I hope you try them.
I went out to see what was ready for harvest this evening. Just last night, I noticed quite a few green beans that were ready to pick. Tonight when I went to harvest them, I discovered that "something" had beaten me to it. I was only able to harvest about a handful. But things are getting close. I have a couple small heads of broccoli that will be ready soon. Cabbages galore. I think I will make homemade sourkrout. I have 21 ears of corn. The cucumbers are crisp and tasty! Oh, I love bringing in the fresh veggies!
So, what's growing in your garden? And what's cooking in your kitchen?