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Hi Melissa, No, I don’t recommend water. made for the first time today, used the gelatin. I used coconut oil and coconut milk. Perhaps I should try the cream of tartar. But otherwise hope you’ll find one you like better. I’m so glad you liked them. Would love to know if you, or anyone else, have had success in veganizing this recipe! I didn’t get major bubbling or golden edges but managed to work out the timing to get them right. Hi! Hi Sean, Use a whisk or you can bring the mixture together in the blender. This tastes nothing like a tortilla. Hi, I was wondering if a coconut/almond milk blend can be used instead of almond milk? Will try this out! They did not resemble a tortilla at all. This recipe is amazing and I fell in love after the first bite. If don’t use them all, how do you store them? Hope you like the tortillas. They came out beautifully and taste amazing. Adding one more egg and some almond milk to the original mix made it the perfect consistency! If using coconut milk, the full fat kind should be fine, but you’ll probably want some of the fat/cream remaining in there. You could try almond flour tortillas instead. Just try it, love the taste! Delicious. Worked perfect, and that browned cheese flavor added a whole other level of flavor! In the future I’ll try these by adding 1/4 cup of water when using coconut milk. I made these with some extra tips. Mine are not as pliable as yours, but they held up when used like naan with my curry. These easy keto recipes are sugar-free, LCHF, and often paleo. The most common culprit is a pan that’s not hot enough or batter that’s too thick. Hi Angela, You might need to adjust the temperature – check the post tips. We will definitely be making these again. We like our sandwiches or wraps warmed up on the panini maker, so that would crisp them up. Use the tips in the post about thinning out the batter. I also found that thinning the batter (always with equal proportions eggs and milk), lowering the heat, and increasing my patience while cooking allowed me to make nice, even, thin tortillas. I brought coconut flour for the first time just recently and I am going to try your recipe to begin with. Will try again with almond milk. I made these with cashew milk and they were like crumbling pancakes, thick, and very salty. Can you use coconut milk in place of almond milk? If you would like to use it, I would cut down the amount to 1/4 tsp or less. Thought it might be a bit eggy, but they turned out great. But they turned out well. Can’t wait to try these. It says three ingredient in the title I counted 7. If not, which browser are you using? Cornbread, however, is often made with wheat flour, so you should try to make your own. Sprinkle it over the top of the batter after it is mixed (instead of dumping) and whisk as you do to avoid clumping. Hi Angela! I have a gas stove and medium-low is usually about right on mine, but you might want to try a slightly higher temperature (just watch for burning). If your first couple of tortillas aren’t holding together, I suggest you add gelatin to help fix the batter next time around. I will add a little LESS almond flour next time. This is why the recipe instructions say to thin out the batter after the initial proportions. Hi Mel, You can use a regular skillet with a little oil or a non-stick skillet. I tried this and it keeps breaking and not able to fold. Do I use BOTH Gelatin powder and Xanthan powder to make them more pliable or substitute Xanthan for Gelatin powder?? I used 6 eggs and the gelatin powder. They turned out beautifully! Hi Sandi, That makes sense! They turned out eggy. Thanks for stopping by! RECIPE TIPS + VIDEO in the post above, nutrition info + recipe notes below! It took about 6 before i got the temp and technique right but I have the hang of it now. I think it would probably still turn out but might not be as sturdy. These did not turn out for me! Make sure the pan is heated well before pouring in the batter, too. Hi Mary Ann, Yes, you can use a cast iron skillet! Grill each side of the tortillas to lightly brown. Yes, store them in the fridge or freezer with paper towels between them. I covered it and let it brown, the problem came when I flipped them. And I need carbs and sugars to push the porphyrins out of my body, otherwise, I could die. I could feel happy eating these easy ones every day! That being said, this particular one will require some adjustments even with specific measurements because it can vary based on coconut flour brand and even how long the batter sits on the counter. It may work with another type of flour, but the amounts of the other ingredients would need to be adjusted significantly. Hello, I just came across this and have a question. Hi Dawn! The main purpose of the milk is to thin out the batter, so it needs to be liquid enough. There are more tips on how to combat this problem in the post above. The batter is too liquid for that. Anyway, thank you so much!! Makes 8 – 9 and a teflon skillet is an absolute necessity (they stuck to my stainless steel). It has made me very very happy!! So happy you like the recipes! This 3 ingredient recipe did not work at all. From there, check the consistency based on the instructions and you may need to add more egg and milk (but since the amount is so small, probably not a whole egg). Yes, they do resemble blinchiki a bit, but they are a little firmer like a tortilla. Cant wait to try the recipe. Sprinkle it over the top of the already mixed batter (instead of dumping) and whisk as you do to avoid clumping. Hi Peggy, It is 3 required ingredients. I was hoping to use them for enchiladas, but I don’t think they are sturdy enough. I cannot believe I was actually able to make these! This requires an extra 1/4 cup almond milk.
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