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Quinoa Tortillas

These are thin but flexible enough to fold, strong enough to hold a filling and a little bit earthy. Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Low Cal, Low Carb, Low Fat, No Sugar, Organic, Soy Free, Vegan.


Step 1

Whisk together all ingredients in a small bowl or a large jug. Allow to sit for a couple of minutes while you preheat a sturdy non-stick skillet over low to medium-low heat. Low to medium-low heat lets the batter spread around before it cooks.

Step 2

Oil pan lightly (I used coconut oil on a paper towel) and pour in approximately 3 Tbsp (just shy of 1/4 cup) of batter. (This amount will make small-ish saucer size tortillas.) Immediately tilt pan around in a circle to spread evenly.

Step 3

Allow to cook until edge just begins to lift off pan on its own, flip to cook other side until small brown spots start to show, flip back to original side for an extra 30 seconds. Set aside on a cooling rack and stack other tortillas on top. Any crisp edges will soften as they cool.

Step 4

Serve at room temp with filling of your choice.

Makes 8 to 10 four-inch tortillas.


* Batter should be quite runny so that it spreads easily in the pan, but just thick enough that the tortillas are sturdy. Test out a little bit and add more water or quinoa flour as necessary. It's better to have this a touch too thin than too thick.
Quinoa Tortillas

Servings: 8



Products Used in this Recipe

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Organic Quinoa Flour

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Sea Salt

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m April 3, 2013
very good
erik June 11, 2013
These are great! The flavor sits right between a wheat and a corn tortillia!
Cathy January 23, 2014

Easy to make, no rolling, pressing etc. The texture is nice. If you make ahead and reheat, they become more flexible/durable and could even work well as a burrito wrap.

Being quick with tilting the pan is key, along with keeping the batter thin.

Tara March 11, 2014
Be very careful, these are so good you might eat more than you should! A new staple in our home.
Monica May 5, 2014
So good, exactly what i was looking for.
Mariella June 21, 2014
Excellet! Very tastefull, great for everything, even replacing bread!
Conn September 14, 2014
I just tried this recipe for the first time and my question is, how do you get these to come out like quinoa tortillas and not quinoa crepes? Because, what I have is a plate full of crepes, not tortillas.
Bob's Red Mill September 15, 2014
If you find that your Quinoa Tortillas are turning out to be too thin, you may be interested in adding additional Quinoa Flour to thicken the batter.

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