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.

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Submitted By JJ from 84th & 3rd
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.
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Servings 8people
Submitted By JJ from 84th & 3rd
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.
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  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.
  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.
  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.
  4. Serve at room temp with filling of your choice.



    Makes 8 to 10 four-inch tortillas.
Recipe Notes

* 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.

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2 thoughts on “Quinoa Tortillas

    1. recipe specialist

      Hi KrisAnne,
      Thank you for your feedback- we’re sorry to hear to had some trouble with the tortillas sticking to your pan! A few tips that may help:
      Make sure the pan is pre-heated (very important). It only needs to be on low to medium-low heat but the pan should be fully heated.
      Wipe pan with a paper towel and a small bit of coconut oil- you don’t want pools of oil though, just a thin coating. This is especially important if you’re using cast iron. Once the batter is spread, let it cook until the edges lift on their own (like in the photo), it will not flip on any pan until it’s ready, the edge lift is the best way to tell they’re ready.

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