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Homemade blue corn tortillas #7870440 06/15/20 12:46 AM
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I was buying the seasoned beef fajita meat today at my local La Michoacána meat market today when I got a wild hair. With the only option to buy 36 corn tortillas I decided I wanted to try and make my own. Took some practice and I decided now I need a tortilla press along with the proper little sheets plastic. All in all it was super good.

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cheers food Dayum!


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You have more patience than most, we quit doing that decades ago, and have no intention of doing it again.


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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
You have more patience than most, we quit doing that decades ago, and have no intention of doing it again.


With only having to make them for wife and my self it's not a big deal. Don't think I will do it for a large crowd.


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Originally Posted by bobcat1
cheers food Dayum!


Oh heck yes food


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up ... agree with your patience and time available ... we buy the 20-50 count, they keep for a long time in the fridge.


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Looks great! I just cut a Ziploc bag to use on my corn tortilla press.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Looks great! I just cut a Ziploc bag to use on my corn tortilla press.


I did that and used the bottom of a pot to flatten the tortilla. It worked well until I had difficulty getting the tortilla off the ziploc, it was my first time making them so my mixture could have been off a bit.


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Looks great! I just cut a Ziploc bag to use on my corn tortilla press.


I did that and used the bottom of a pot to flatten the tortilla. It worked well until I had difficulty getting the tortilla off the ziploc, it was my first time making them so my mixture could have been off a bit.


Yes Sir, it will stick unless you spray the plastic with a little PAM, or any cheap non stick cooking spray. I've never made blue corn, now I wanna. grin

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Pachment paper is pretty darn not stick, may give that a whirl

I have made a lot of things, but never tortillas... its on the list, but they will be flour no doubt.


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Originally Posted by redchevy
Pachment paper is pretty darn not stick, may give that a whirl

I have made a lot of things, but never tortillas... its on the list, but they will be flour no doubt.



There's nothing like fresh homemade flour tortillas to go with that carne guisada. up I like to make them kinda big and oval shaped, and make one great big taco.

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