Fun to make (and eat!) These can be used for dipping salsa, guacamole, or for making wraps, enchiladas, quesadillas, etc.
To shape them you can either roll them with a rolling pin or use a tortilla press (I use an Indian Chapati maker, similar to a tortilla press). For easy removal from the press I place the dough ball between 2 sheets of sturdy plastic food freezer bag ~
(I take one bag and split it open on 3 sides, like a book; this can be washed after each tortilla making session and reused.
I store it right along with my Chapati/Tortilla press *.)
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