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this contact form like, from scratch.

buy strattera no prescription i guess i shouldnt be overly proud of myself since all it took was water, flour, salt + a little crisco.

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i came across the recipe on the budget savvy blog budget bytes. mine are not nearly as visually appealing as hers but since this was my first attempt at tortillas im giving myself a break on that one.

mine are just…um…rustic. yah, rustic.

regardless of how they look, they made some tasty tacos for dinner tonight. we had all the ingredients in the house so it cost me nada.

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recipe via budget bytes

3/4 c whole wheat flour

2 c all purpose flour

5 tablespoons crisco shortening

3/4 tsp salt

3/4 c warm water

http://mhs.se.loopiadns.com/project-category/gokotterally/ STEP 1: Combine the flours in a large bowl and stir until evenly mixed. Add the lard and work it in with your hands until the flour is coated in lard you have an even, crumbly mixture (looks like coarse sand).

http://melroth.com/?komp=interactive-option-e-affidabile&314=4d STEP 2: Dissolve the salt into the warm water. Add the salt water to the flour/lard a little at a time until a cohesive ball has formed. You may need more or less water depending on the moisture content of your flour.

find more info STEP 3: Once you have a rough ball of dough, turn it out onto a lightly floured surface and knead it for a minute or two or just until everything is evenly mixed. The dough will be fairly stiff and quite unlike regular bread dough so don’t worry if it is difficult to knead.

http://officeinsights.se/?limon=bin%C3%A4r-optionen-mindesteinzahlung&812=ab STEP 4: Divid the dough into 8 pieces (for large tortillas) or 12 (for smaller, 6-inch tortillas). Do your best to shape them into balls and let them sit for 30 minutes, covered with a damp towel.

source url STEP 5: After the dough has rested it will be much softer and easier to roll out. Roll each ball into a very thin circle (about the thickness of poster board). You can pile the rolled tortillas, one on top of the other until you are finished rolling.

http://www.water27680.com/?akopjan=%D8%B7%D8%B1%D9%82-%D9%85%D8%B4%D8%B1%D9%88%D8%B9%D8%A9-%D9%84%D9%83%D8%B3%D8%A8-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84-%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%89-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A5%D9%86%D8%AA%D8%B1%D9%86%D8%AA&36b=52 STEP 6: Heat a heavy bottomed skillet over a medium flame. Once the pan is fully preheated, place one tortilla in at a time. Wait for it to bubble up and turn slightly golden then flip and cook the second side in the same manner (about 30 seconds each side). As each tortilla comes out of the skillet, pile them on a plate and cover with a damp cloth to keep soft and warm.

Comments 2

  1. Teresa wrote:

    They look delicious and I bet they tasted even better! :) You are so tricky… Two questions though… when you say damp towel do you mean damp PAPER towel or a tea cloth type towel? Do you add oil or anything to the heavy bottom pan or just let it heat up/cook on it’s own?

    Thanks for the great dinner ideas Jack! :)

    Posted 05 Apr 2011 at 9:09 am
  2. jackie wrote:

    thank you, t!

    i used a damp tea towel and you dont need to use oil when you cook em up.

    also to note- i used about 1 cup of warm water (she says 3/4 c, maybe a little more or less) and probably need to use a little more next time since my dough stayed pretty shaggy and didnt look nearly as smooth as the budget bytes ones.

    if you make them let me know how they turn out!

    Posted 05 Apr 2011 at 5:25 pm

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