Tortilla Recipe

 Mexican Food Recipes

Tortillas are one of the staples of Mexican cuisine, served up fried as tacos, rolled into soft burritos or layered as enchiladas. The history of tortillas d… Go Go Burrito has been serving Spokane residents for over a decade. In December of 2009, new…
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15 Responses

  1. Zeke inanimaniacNovember 17, 2013 at 4:01 amReply

    What is Vegetable shortening? Please define or tell?

  2. Romy StanwayNovember 17, 2013 at 4:38 amReply

    can i make this healthy changing the flour for almond flour?? and shorting
    for coconut oil?? thanks for the video

  3. Anita SouphakhetNovember 17, 2013 at 5:35 amReply

    Ouuu now I wanna make my own tortilla.. Can’t wait!

  4. Janina MooreheadNovember 17, 2013 at 6:28 amReply

    In Spanish, two Ls next to each other make the Y sound. Tor-ti-ya. Like the
    word ‘chicken’. Pollo. Pronounced poy-yo. In other places, these sounds are
    pronounced like a hard J. So it depends on what dialect the person speaks
    natively. Most of the time,LL makes the Y sound though. :)

  5. kalli gatorNovember 17, 2013 at 6:45 amReply

    how much butter?

  6. Stas FiestasNovember 17, 2013 at 7:16 amReply

    Who cares if this recipe comes from a Mexican or American?! Natives already
    made corn tortillas far before Spanish invaded the country that now we call
    Mexico and Mexicans. Sure it’s nicer to learn it from a Mexican who has
    been doing it all his/her life and that runs in the family, though
    Americans can cook great aswell. By the way I like the beginning of the
    video too, very nicely done!! Will replace the vegetable shortening with
    vegan butter though lol :)

  7. Chef TipsNovember 17, 2013 at 7:30 amReply

    @thlastlovee Baking powder is sold in most supermarkets. You can use oil or
    lard instead of shortening.

  8. Natalie MaduenoNovember 17, 2013 at 7:44 amReply

    @ j singh.. tortilla is not a English word. its a Spanish word. in english
    grammar “ph” makes an “f” sound. but we certain don’t pronounce the p and
    the h do we. in Spanish grammar “ll” makes a y or phonetically a “e” sound.
    do a little research on the origin of a word and it’s grammar before you
    try and come off trying to sound intelligent. all you do is make a fool if
    yourself if you don’t know what your talking about

  9. Caitlin BellahNovember 17, 2013 at 7:48 amReply

    These look great! I’m making them tonight :) Thanks!

  10. Chef TipsNovember 17, 2013 at 8:21 amReply

    @CumulusSkies The little rolling pin isn’t necessary. I think a friend gave
    it to us years ago. You can use the same ratio of lard to shortening. Lard
    is more traditional and will give it more flavor. Let me know how it turns
    out! Cheers, Jason

  11. ultimus primeNovember 17, 2013 at 9:00 amReply

    my mom makes the best flour tortillas in the world, she has making
    tortillas for the past 50 years every day. Shes a real house wife

  12. funkmex75November 17, 2013 at 9:18 amReply

    orale !

  13. John Dyer-CaustonNovember 17, 2013 at 9:47 amReply

    Great recipe – simple, easy to follow and definitely taste like the real

  14. adri76ifyNovember 17, 2013 at 10:29 amReply

    See comment way up. He is part Mexican. Does it matter? Anyone can learn to
    make tortillas.

  15. Arthaus NunezNovember 17, 2013 at 10:55 amReply

    Damn! Ima Try That burrito! I Had The One In PASCO WA The 12 Inch Burrito
    In 25 Minutes! I Failed But IOf They Gave Me 2 extra minutes i would have

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