These easy flour tortillas are soft flour tortillas with just a little chew and made with only 2 simple ingredients, no fat, and no additives.
So that’s my secret, the quickest way to make flour tortillas is to simply mix white flour and lukewarm water! No need to add baking powder, salt, yogurt, or oil.
Yes, you read it well, it works perfectly with only 2 basic ingredients that we all have in the pantry. And look at the picture, they puff really well when cooking! Amazing, right?
I love to serve these tortillas with any grilled meat or even with my chicken tikka masala – way faster than making naans!
I have nothing against store-bought flour tortillas at all. It’s pretty convenient to buy ready-made food some days and some organic brands are providing very good quality flour tortillas.
However, they often contain preservatives, lots of salt, or unhealthy fat. That’s why I simply tried to make my own flour tortillas using 2 basics ingredients from my pantry.
It came out surprisingly good! The flour tortillas are soft, chewy and don’t cracks when rolled. I think that’s all we expect from good tortillas, right?
These are my 5 rules to make easy flour tortillas that puff and have a little chew without adding oil, milk, or dairy.
Here are some other easy 4-ingredient gluten-free tortilla recipes you may also like:
NOTE: this is not a low-carb recipe. This recipe is a healthy way to make homemade tortillas, the one I make for my vegan husband and kids but it is not keto low-carb friendly!
Nutrition data is for one tortilla. This recipe makes 4 easy flour tortillas.
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