It’s Cinco de Mayo – time to learn how to make tortillas.
Let me share how you can do it at home. Then, you can see Hunter’s Spanish class making tortillas. Of course, Hunter’s tortillas were great because my friend, Abigail, guided them along. Abigail is a pro, making tortillas for 25 years.
You’ll need to buy some Maseca. If you can get your hands on a tortilla press, that will help. Abigail got one for me when she was in Mexico one year. If you don’t have a tortilla press, use a rolling pin.
Hunter’s Spanish class going through these steps to make their own tortillas.
Yummy…warm corn (homemade) tortillas. I have a little dough left, so I’m heading downstairs to make a few more tortillas for dinner tonight. I’ll heat up some beans and rice to make a meal.
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