Totally Tortillas Ebook

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Learn to make your very own homemade tortillas! Easy to make and even easier to eat with this e-book full of ways to serve your homemade tortillas. With so many great ideas for lunches and snacks, you’ll find you make these tortillas over and over!

Includes recipes such as:

  • Whole Wheat Tortilla recipe
  • Chicken or Steak Fajitas
  • Homemade Pizza Rolls
  • Tacos
  • Beef and Cheese Burritos
  • Dessert Tortillas
  • Tostadas
  • Homemade Tortilla Chips
  • Bean Dip
  • Calico Salsa with Chips
  • Taquitos
  • Quesadillas
  • Chicken Salad Wrap
  • Tuna Salad Wrap

Recipe DOES NOT require use of a tortilla press. A good old fashioned rolling pin (along with a little muscle) is all you need!

Totally Tortillas
Totally Tortillas eBook shares my (almost) famous Whole Wheat Tortilla recipe, along with several recipes for ways to use your homemade tortillas. You won't believe how delicious!
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  1. says

    Can you freeze your tortillas or do they need to be used fresh? I have been looking for a good tortilla recipe, but need something that will be pliable enough to make and freeze breakfast burritos and would like to be able to make a bunch ahead of time and then pull them out of the fridge/freezer for use in meals. Is that possible? Or am I aiming too high in expecting a recipe to fit these criteria :) Thanks!

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    Crystal Reply:

    If they can be mass-produced to meet your criteria, then they can certainly be made at home as well! :O) I can’t answer whether or not these particulars will meet it or not; I sure hope so. I look forward to the answer, as I am looking for the exact same thing… somewhere :O)

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    Laura Reply:

    If you’re going to use them to make burritos, it’s best to use them when they are fresh and warm, otherwise they aren’t pliable. Otherwise (like if you’re going to use them for quesadillas) they can be frozen.

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    Crystal Reply:

    So, can you use them warm and fresh to make the burritos and then freeze the burritos?

    (P.S. When leaving a comment, the text disappears off to the right and you can’t see what you are typing. Am I doing something wrong? It’s kind of distracting.)

    Happy cooking!

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    Laura Reply:

    No, you’re not doing anything wrong. I’m not sure why it does that and is IS annoying!!!!

    Yes, you can freeze the burritos after you’ve made them with fresh tortillas and they will be GREAT!!! I do it all the time and I LOVE it!!

    http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/healthy-homemade-breakfast-burritos

    http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/high-five-recipes-super-simple-burritos

    Kilah Reply:

    I always put my tortillas in a gallon zip-loc baggie right after being
    cooked and seal it after each addition. That way it seals in the
    moisture and easy to roll into a burrito when your done cooking
    all of them.

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    Kelly Reply:

    A great way I found to reheat them and keep them pliable is to wrap them in a wet paper towel or lclean wet dish towel and microwave them for 20-40 seconds. I love this recipe and we use them at least a day or two later by warming them.

  2. Leah says

    I have bought uncooked tortillas and frozen them. Could the same thing be done with these?

    Thanks

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    Laura Reply:

    This is a great idea! You’d need to freeze them on cookie sheets “single file” I think before putting them together in a bag in the freezer so they don’t stick together, otherwise I don’t know why this wouldn’t work!

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    Andrea Reply:

    would you be able to layer parchment paper between each then
    place in ziploc and freeze, rather than on a cookie sheet?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, that would work fine!

  3. Molly says

    Hi…I just purchased several ebooks from your site, and I can’t for the life of me get them to unzip. Could I just cancel my order and receive a refund? My receipt number is 2473-7957-6268-0121, and my invoice ID is bbvdesfmnkmrt6hokavnkal8gw48csg8wg0kk. My email is neocortexrocks@aol.com. Thanks, Molly Rea

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    Laura Reply:

    Hi Molly,

    So sorry you’re having so much trouble getting the ebooks to unzip. I will refund your money, or if you’d rather, I would be happy to email each of them to you WITHOUT the zip file. They would be in simple pdf form, already unzipped! Let me know what you would prefer!

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  4. Meredith McG says

    I saw in your kitchen tour ( SO FUN !) that you have a glass top stove- I’ve also read that Cast Iron is best for tortillas but not glass top friendly. What kind of pan do you use ??

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    Laura Reply:

    I do use Cast Iron for my tortillas on my glass top. I think the only reason cast iron wouldn’t be recommended is because it’s so heavy and can break the glass if you aren’t careful to put the pan down gently. I LOVE using cast iron for my tortillas!!

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    Meredith McG Reply:

    Awesome – Thank you !!

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  5. Deborah Poole says

    Does the book include both flour and corn tortillas? We are a corn tortilla loving family when it comes to tacos! I fry my own shells for tacos and corn is the only way to go for fried tacos! Never made my own tortillas but love the idea!

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    Laura Reply:

    No, just wheat. I’m experimenting to make corn tortillas and will post that recipe for free on my blog as soon as I figure it out!!

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    Kelly Land Reply:

    Hi Laura. Just wanted to share that corn tortillas are SUPER easy. All you need is to put some masa in a bowl(maybe a couple cups) with maybe a pinch or so of salt,then add enough water so that the masa get’s to be a playdough like consistency. You can use your hands to mix it easily. Then flatten with a press or roller and grill on a cast iron skillet a minute or so on each side! that’s it:) very yummy with just butter or even add some butter and cinnamon sugar:)

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  6. Heidi Thomas says

    Hi, I purchased the e-book and it won’t download, I keep getting an error. Is there another way to get it? Or is there a problem with the site? Thanks.

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    Heidi Thomas Reply:

    Oops, nevermind, got it to work. Sorry, apparently patience isn’t my virtue. :)

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  7. Krisha says

    I bought the cookbook just for the tortilla recipe and I will never ever go back to store bought tortillas again! Thanks Laura! They were easy and yummy, and not processed and good for my frugal budget. But mostly, they were really really good.

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  8. Jennifer says

    I have been wanting to purchase this book, but I am wondering if you could tell me whether the tortilla recipe contains any dairy? I have a child who is severely allergic to milk, so it won’t work for me if it contains dairy. Don’t want to purchase something I can’t use :) Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    The recipe calls for butter, which you could switch out with palm shortening or coconut oil without a problem. Otherwise, no dairy! (Well, except there are additional recipes and suggested ways to use the tortillas in the book, and some of them contain cheese.)

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    Jennifer Reply:

    Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! You’re right, I think it will work if I substitute the butter. Thanks again!

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  9. Nancy says

    Laura, does your e-book contain a recipe for white flour tortillas as well as whole wheat?

    Please also send reply to my email. Thanks.

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    Laura Reply:

    I’m sorry, I’m not sure which email you are referring to – I’m always very behind in catching up on all the emails I need to respond to. But, I just did a search and didn’t find yours, so you may want to email again!

    Regarding the recipe, no, the only tortilla recipe in the ebook is for whole wheat (then there are lots of recipes for fun ways to use the tortillas!). :)

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    abubakrs Reply:

    laura, i think nancy may have meant for you to reply to THIS question VIA her email address. that way she doesn’t have to keep coming back to this page to check for an answer. nancy, if you clicked on the box on the bottom of the comment window to ‘notify me of followup comments via email’ then all replies to your post are automatically sent to your email.

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  10. Sarah says

    Hi, Laura–
    I just bought your tortilla e-book, and I am so excited to make these super yummy tortillas for my family. I have a question about soaking the grain. I’ve heard that it’s better for you, but never know how to do it. Do you leave the dough on the counter overnight or put it in the fridge to soak?
    Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    Leave it on the counter overnight – covered with a cloth. It’ll be ready to roll out the next morning. (Or begin the soaking process in the morning and roll them out to serve at dinner time!)

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  11. Jennifer says

    Hi Laura. Just wanted to say thank you so much for the Christmas gift certificate! I have been wanting the Totally Tortillas ebook since July and hadn’t been able to get it, but thanks to you, I now own it!! Thanks so much! Have a very merry and blessed Christmas!

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  12. Alicia says

    Thank you Laura! The tortilla recipe alone is well worth the $2.95 for the Totally Tortilla ebook. I purchased it this morning, and this afternoon made 3 dozen tortillas with a dear helper in about 40 minutes (including entertaining a 3 year old “assistant”). Besides almost burning down the kitchen (left a towel covering the warm tortillas a *little* too close to the gas flame! egad!), it went great. The dough was soft, and smelled so yummy buttery while cooking. After we finished and were outside playing, I offered my children a tortilla taste test..My 6 year old boy actually got OFF HIS BIKE to eat (meaning they were that good that he was willing to stop riding his bike to eat..you have boys, you understand!). The rest are tucked away for another day. Delish! Another Heavenly Homemakers homerun!!

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  13. Priscilla W. says

    just downloaded ebook, Totally Tortilla. In the tortillas, can I use palm oil shortening (from Tropical Traditions) instead of butter???

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    Laura Reply:

    Yep!

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  14. Melissa says

    I purchased your ebook on tortillas and I couldn’t be happier! I have tried several other tortilla recipes (who knew how many different ways there are to make a simple tortilla?!) and I was just about to give up on making them when I remembered your book! Thank you, thank you, thank you for your recipe! We love it! I would pay the price of the whole ebook just for the tortilla recipe, but it was actually really nice to have the recipes/meals included in the book, too!

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  15. Heidi says

    Hi, I bought the tortilla ebook but I see no way to download it? I purchased it from my phone; perhaps that’s why? Would it be possible to email it? Thank you!

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  16. says

    I paid for this book but don’t have it. There is no download file to click, all that happened was I paid and got emailed a receipt. How do I obtain my product, please? Can’t wait to make ahead a great big batch…

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  17. Mary Ann says

    I bought the totally tortilla e book and now can’t find it on my computer. Any ideas what I could do?

    Mary Ann

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    Laura Reply:

    Email me and I’ll send you the file. :) laura at heavenlyhomemakers.com

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  18. Katie says

    I thought I saw somewhere a while back on your blog that you own a tortilla press. Do you mind sharing which one you have? Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    The only tortilla press I have is a wooden one my husband brought for me when we visited Mexico on a mission trip. It’s a locally made one, so there is no brand name. I actually never use it as it didn’t work well for me. It sure it neat to have it though since it is authentic! :)

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