Flour tortillas have been a staple in this household since it came into being just over 8 years ago.
In the last couple of months I have experimented with making my own, and successful tortillas turned out to be trickier than I thought! But after a few attempts using this recipe, I had them just about perfect.
It is really quick and easy to do, and we learned there is nothing like a hot-off-the-griddle tortilla!
So don't ask me why I bought a package of flour tortillas at the grocery store last week. I really don't know. My best guess is old habits die hard and I was feeling lazy that day.
But then this weekend, really mixing things up, I bought a package of 100 (yes, that is ONE HUNDRED) corn tortillas on clearance at the bread store for 50 cents. (Yes, that is 50 CENTS.)
And now I am in love.
Something about them is so authentic and old-fashioned and earthy and very satisfying.
Even though these were on clearance, they are still incredibly soft and fresh. (Minus the ones I double-wrapped and stuck in the freezer for later).
They changed my crock pot enchiladas into a completely different dish, and my newest favorite snack is a corn tortilla folded over a few slices of cheddar cheese.
I never knew I could be so excited over tortillas.
So what flavor do you prefer at your house? Corn or flour? Do you make your own? Do you even use tortillas?