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Paleo Tortilla Recipe

Burritos, tacos, and enchiladas are nothing but boring heaps of meat, vegetables, and spices without the immaculate presence of the tortilla bread. Literally means “little cake” in Spanish, the versatile flatbread even predates the arrival of the Europeans to the Americas, and was a staple dish of the Mayans and the Aztecs. No other food has this much history.

Through this Paleo Tortilla Recipe, being on the diet will no longer hold you back from enjoying these hearty treats.

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PALEO TORTILLA RECIPE
 
Ingredients

Instructions
  1. Whisk all ingredients in a bowl and let sit for 5 min
  2. Preheat pan on medium and lightly grease with coconut oil
  3. Take a ⅓ cup measuring cup and scoop batter onto pan
  4. Cook for 1 to 2 min per side or until golden brown
  5. Enjoy!

 

  • Buddy

    What exactly is a chicken carcass? Like a whole chicken?

  • Tracey

    What temperature do you bake them at?

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      Tracey no need to bake you use a pan to make these :)

  • Mavis

    These were great! I used them as wraps for Greek meatballs and they held up very well. Thanks!

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      Happy to hear you enjoyed them!

  • [email protected]

    So they do hold together for wraps?

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      yes they should :)

  • Angela

    About how long do you think they are good for? Like if you made a batch of them ahead of time.

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      There are no preservatives so they are good for 2-3 days if kept in a air tight container.

  • Jennifer

    I’m so trying these tomorrow :)

  • http://buttoni.wordpress.com/ Buttoni

    These look lovely. So white in color using egg-whites. I can’t wait to try them.

  • Vicky

    They look great cant wait to try them. Wish I could share this with Facebook

  • Cheryl

    Have you ever made these with any other flour successfully? We cannot do coconut with my little guy but sure i sure would love tortillas :)

  • Heather Brandt

    Can I use baking soda instead of baking powder?

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      Heather, we never tried it, but I assume it wont come out the same.

  • Brian

    Just made these and BOOM! they are awesome! They hold together amazingly well and have a fantastic taste. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Sabine Otero

    I’m allergic to coconut, is there another healthy substitute I could use in place of the coconut flour and oil?

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      Bacon grease would be my recommendation :)