I have a long list of recipes that I would like to create over the next year, just basic every day food items that are not available to purchase clean in the UK. Tortilla wraps have always been at the top of the list. I love Mexican Fajitas but since we cannot buy clean wraps here I have been using shop bought wholemeal flat breads in their place which are good but just not the same.
So I am really excited to have this recipe now and the best part is that these wraps are so easy to make. The trick is to get the dough as thin as possible, almost transparent before you cook them. I roll them out as flat as I can with a rolling pin first and then I stretch them out with my fingers, (like the Italians do with pizza dough) until they are wafer thin. They cook so quickly, in the same amount of time that it takes to heat up a shop bought tortilla, but these taste way better!
- 200 grams Fine Plain Wholemeal Flour plus extra for dusting
- 1/4 teaspoon Fine Sea Salt
- 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil or oil of choice
- 100 ml Warm Water