Monday, February 11, 2013

Homemade Flour Tortillas at Hobo Mama

homemade flour tortillas recipe

We're into the second week of the six-week Six Ingredient Challenge! Amy and I posted our answers to the first week's writing prompt, and the linky there is still open for you to link up your posts about why you felt inspired to be a part of the Six Ingredient Challenge. Remember to post your answers to the second prompt sometime before Thursday. Even if you didn't start the challenge with us on February 1, it's not too late to sign up and join in now!

Today at Hobo Mama, Lauren's partner Sam is sharing another surprisingly easy tutorial for a homemade version of a food we all might normally buy ready-made: homemade flour tortillas. This yummy Mexican-food staple is a tasty version free of the questionable and lengthy ingredients list of most store-bought tortillas. Enjoy these at your next family taco night!

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