So many of the storebought breads have added sugar. Making it at home, I don’t often put much, if any, sugar in my bread. An alternative to bread is flour tortillas. They’re so quick and easy to make and they’re very easy to re-heat and taste like fresh when heated.
This is the recipe I use. It makes 15 or 16 small tortillas so I divide the dough into the number of tortillas I’m going to make, depending on the size I want, shape them into balls and cover them. For breakfast this morning, I made the number we needed and then after breakfast, I finished rolling the rest of them out and cooked them.
I store them with parchment paper between them, in the fridge in a zipper type bag, and when I’m ready to reheat them, I simply reheat them, either in a hot, dry skillet or directly over the flame.
So easy . . I always have flour, oil, water, salt and baking powder on hand and they can be made in no time!