Shredded chicken, peppers, adzuki beans, & a bit of mango sauce
You do need three things. Flour, water and fat. I think at the final hour I finally licked this ratio thing. At least in the sense that I found something that works even if it isn't pretty. The math? You have heard me mention that my math brain doesn't work real good, right? I ended up with roughly (verrrrry roughly) a 2:1:1 ratio of flour:water:fat. It really isn't that clean, but we will leave it at that and you can play with it, right?
Before I get to my recipe, I want to make sure you can go and visit all the amazing bloggers who have participated this month in the tortilla/wraps challenge. Please visit, comment, and re-create their creations. :)
|Jenn | Jenn Cuisine||Corn Tortillas|
|Jonathan | The Canary Files||Vegan Curried Flour Tortillas|
|Meg | Gluten-Free Boulangerie||Lefse (Norwegian Potato Flatbread)|
|Pete and Kelli | No Gluten, No Problem||Flour Tortillas|
|TR | No One Likes Crumbley Cookies||Gluten Free Flour Tortillas - Quesadilla|
|Heather | Discovering the Extraordinary||Sundried Tomato & Basil Tortillas|
|Charissa | Zest Bakery||Paleo Grain-Free and Gluten-Free Tortillas|
|Karen | Cooking Gluten Free!||Gluten Free Healthy Flours Tortillas|
100 grams buckwheat flour
60 grams brown rice flour
40 grams potato starch
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 Cup + 2 Tablespoons hot water
1/4 Cup + 2 Tablespoons melted coconut oil
This recipe from Jazibe's Recipes was the one that got this off the ground.
So measure it out and mix it up. Add water and oil to a well in the middle of your flour. Mix it with your extremely clean hands until it comes into a nice ball. If it is still crumbly feel free to add another tablespoon or two of hot water. This is what did the trick for mine. Roll into 6 fairly equal balls and let rest for 10-20 minutes under a damp cloth. Roll them out one at a time to about a 6 inch diameter. Cook in a warm skillet (Or griddle. oh, how I wish I had one of those) for about 90 seconds on each side. Cool and fill with whatever you like.
Black beans & rice with a bit of guacamole? yes please!