Kick your Taco Tuesday up a notch and make these Handmade Corn Tortillas! I made them for the first time for our recent Margaritaville Gr8 Dinner. Using the recipe below, we made the balls smaller so that the tortillas would be about 3″ each; the perfect size for taco appetizers. Making them 2 days prior to the party and keeping them in the refrigerator was a huge help when organizing time.
The masa harina can be found at your local grocery store or Latin American market. It is like buying a bag of flour, so you will have it on hand and can easily add 3 more ingredients and have fresh tortillas anytime! You really don’t need a tortilla press if you have a rolling pin or two cutting boards. Pull out your cast iron skillet and in minutes you’ll have fresh homemade corn tortillas! Enjoy!
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