Whole Wheat Tortillas

Whole Wheat Tortillas

Tortillas always taste delicious, but they never taste better than when they’re homemade. It is a bit of work to make them, but it’s definitely worth it. And some of that work is made easier when you have a Wonder Mill to make your own flour with!

Whole Wheat Tortillas

Whole Wheat Tortillas
Recipe type: Tortillas
This recipe makes about 24 tortillas.
  • 6 cups (750 g) whole wheat flour (preferably freshly ground) (I like to use kamut or spelt)
  • 2 cups cold filtered water
  • 1½ teaspoons non-aluminum baking powder
  • 1½ teaspoons sea salt
  • ½ cup extra virgin olive oil or melted virgin, unrefined coconut oil
  • Do not use oil for frying, makes them crispy.
  1. Combine the ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Let the dough rest for at least an hour.
  3. Divide the dough into 24 pieces (or more if you want smaller tortillas, less if you want bigger ones)
  4. Roll out each small dough piece into a thin circle.
  5. Fry the tortillas in a frying pan. Do not use oil when frying them, the oil in the dough is enough to keep the tortillas from sticking and not using more oil in the pan makes them deliciously crispy.
  6. Enjoy!


About Anna @ Northern Homestead

Anna is a homemaker, who along with her husband have become committed to a simple approach to life, want to be responsible for the production of a majority of their food, and be mindful with the resources they use. They love whole food, in fact even their collage daughter makes homemade whole grain pizza from scratch all by her self.

With Northern Homestead (www.northernhomestead.com) they want to be an inspiration to all cold climate homesteaders and winter gardeners. They write about growing, raising, preserving, and preparing real food, along with some food for thoughts.

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