Wheat Tortillas

I recently acquired 2 new kitchens appliances. My sweet new Wondermill Grain Mill and a tortilla press. I decided to put both to the test and create a new version of my homemade flour tortilla recipe. This version uses freshly ground wheat. If you only have store boughten wheat flour on hand you will use a little less flour. This version isn’t whole wheat, it’s half wheat and half white. If you want you could do a full wheat version, my hubby wasn’t too thrilled with the taste of those though so we compromised and made half and half.

Wheat Tortillas

What You Need:

  • 1 c. wheat flour (+ a little more if you are using freshly ground)
  • 1 c. white flour
  • 1 1/2 t. baking powder
  • 1 c. warm milk
  • 1 T oil (your choice, I used olive)
  • 1 t. salt

I ground my wheat on the bread setting. That seems to pretty much be my go-to setting right now. It’s been working great for everything I tried it in!

Mix together the flours, oil, salt, and baking powder in a bowl.

Add in the milk and mix. You may need to add more flour. Just depends on the flour used.

Knead the dough for a few minutes.

The ideally kneaded tortilla dough is what I call “post it note sticky” Very slightly sticky to the touch but not too sticky that it will stick to your hands or the table. Roll out thin and fry on a griddle or large frying pan. You can see my full step by step rolling out the dough for tortillas picture tutorial HERE. I used my new tortilla press for these so I didn’t have to roll them out at all!

I like to make at least a double or triple batch of these so I can freeze them for future use. They do take a little bit of work to make so I don’t like having to make them too often but they are so worth it!

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Merissa Alink is a South Dakota country girl. She loves cooking, photography, simple living, and saving money. She believes you should make the most with everything you have!

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