pretty good,.. here's a tip though. I followed the suggustions about reducing the salt,and used really hot (in the microwave) water, and divided dough into golf ball sized balls. Then cover and let rest for an hour under a damp towel. Another thing is I only rolled out two tortillas at a time while i was cooking them. if you try to roll them all out, then cook them out, they will dry out! roll them out thin, too thick and they will be more like pancakes. Oh, be sure that your comal or pan that you cook them on is not too hot, or they will cook to fast and not puff up. I used med/low heat. As you cook them, be sure and place them inside/under a kitchen towel. This helps them stay soft, and keeps them warm. Remember that tortillas take time and practice to master, and i think that this should be considered an art, but my kids enjoy guessing what the shape of their tortillas are. This seemed like a good recipe, and i will continue to make them. This is an authentic recipe though, so if your looking for a store bought taste, just buy them.
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pretty good,.. here's a tip though. I followed the suggustions about reducing the salt,and...