Pinch off a golf-ball sized piece of corn flour and roll it into a
ball. Repeat, making about 14 equal sized balls. Cover the balls with
a dishtowel so they donít dry out.
Set one ball on a piece of plastic wrap in your tortilla press and
cover it with another piece of plastic wrap, or place it in a large
Ziploc bag slit down the sides. (Donít have a tortilla press? Youíll
still use the plastic wrap or Ziploc, but youíll be using a rolling
Press the dough to make a round, flat tortilla. Peel the plastic off
of the tortilla (not the tortilla off of the plastic) to make it
easier. Donít worry if itís not a perfect circle Ė itíll look
more homemade that way!
7 Transfer the tortilla to a hot, dry skillet (cast iron is ideal).
8 Cook for about 30 seconds on one side, turn, cook for about 60 more
seconds (it should puff slightly and have some brown spots), turn
again and cook for 30 more seconds on the first side.
9 Repeat steps 5-9 until youíve got a hot batch of tortillas to eat
plain or serve with your favorite dish.
Invite over your favorite friends for fresh tortillas and