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Quick Flat Bread Tortilla Wraps

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This recipe makes approximately 4 to 6 flatbreads (using a 6" frying pan). Serve these flat breads warm or cold with a suitable filling of your choice.

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Unit of measurement

Ingredients

100 gBuckwheat Flour or
50 gRice Flour or
100 gGluten Free White Bread Flour or
100 gGluten Free Brown Bread Flour
90 mlWater
2 tbspsOil
¼ tspSalt

Method

  1. Mix together the flour, salt, water and 1 spoon of oil. Your mix should resemble a smooth pancake batter.
  2. Leave to stand for 10/15 minutes.
  3. Heat a little of the oil in a heavy frying pan until starts to smoke.
  4. Stir the batter then put 2/3 spoonfuls onto the hot pan. (Smooth the batter out to form a circle if necessary).
  5. Cook on a medium heat until air bubbles appear. Turn the flatbread and cook the other side.
  6. Either roll up with your favourite filling and enjoy straight away, or stack cooked flat bread wraps on a plate (with a sheet of baking paper between if necessary), covering with cling film or foil to stop them from drying out.

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Temperature & cooking time:
2/3 minutes either side on a medium heat

Dietary status:
Without Dairy, Without Gluten, Without Nuts, Without Soya, Vegan, Vegetarian, Without Wheat.

Please note: Dietary status is a guideline only. If you have a food allergy, please check the suitability of your ingredients.

Customer reviews

13 Reviews
5 stars: 6
4 stars: 3
3 stars: 0
2 stars: 1
1 stars: 3

Average Customer Rating:

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By Miss Emily Thorpe

14 May 2016 | 13:51 BST

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I made these with 75g gf white bread flour and 25g gram flour, 1tbsp oil and a lot more water than suggested as 90ml made a solid lump in the bowl. Added cumin, garlic powder, sprinkle of herbs, salt, pepper, bit of chilli. Dry fried and they were perfect :)

By Mrs Shirley Coates

17 Feb 2016 | 18:08 GMT

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Found mix too dry. Added extra water, not bad but tasted like pancakes, will make again and add herbs and spices next time

By Mrs Shirley Coates

17 Feb 2016 | 18:08 GMT

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Found mix too dry. Added extra water, not bad but tasted like pancakes, will make again and add herbs and spices next time

By Miss Lucy Preston

16 Feb 2016 | 18:03 GMT

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Awful. My mum cried and i sat on the floor in desperandum. It was only as we read the reviews that we realized our mistake in choosing this recipe... we are now laughing. After 30 mins we had one thick greasy tortilla. Dove need a new recipe...

By Miss G D

14 Oct 2015 | 18:33 BST

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Turn into a horrible mess, says should resemble a pancake mix more like a wallpaper paste, only saw the reviews half way thro when I realised something was going horribly wrong! Anyway carried on put it thro a sieve to get rid of lumps and added alot more water, found if use dry heat they come out anemic if you use a little oil it gives them a bit of colour, don't taste great but then gluten food doesn't, I'd advise to try to find another recipe if I was you real shame because normally the recipes are good x

By Miss Joanna Lockwood

22 Mar 2015 | 09:49 GMT

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With White gf bread flour there is not enough liquid. Probably don't need oil to fry, but I used chilli oil, great flavour

By Miss Lucy Wilford

22 Feb 2015 | 18:05 GMT

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Used 100g of gluten free white bread flour incl all other ingredients as instructed but mixture came out doughy so added more water. On cooking outside was crispy but when torn it was like glue... Not sure what happened here, seems like an incredibly easy recipe! Lol

By Mr Richard Clements

07 Dec 2014 | 18:19 GMT

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Doesn't work for me with rice flour. Definitely only needs a dry pan, first one with extra oil was awful greasy mess. But even dry fried doesn't really work as a bread but similar to a dhosa I suppose. Maybe better with different flours?

By Mrs Gina Baldock

21 Aug 2014 | 08:08 BST

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Definitely better dry fried without extra oil as they turned into soggy, oily pancakes with. Made nice nachos as well and went beautifully with our homemade mexican meal.I did them on a hot heat. I doubled the recipe as there and it made enough for one meal so I would do 3 times next time for my family for wraps and nachos.

By Mr Jonathan Samuel

19 Aug 2014 | 20:44 BST

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This was a quick recipe that we enjoyed making and eating. I only made x1 portion and it made 3 small tortilla wraps. Perhaps if I added a teeny bit more water it would spread thinner and make larger wraps. They are fairly delicate - but they worked.
I ussed the gluten free white bread flour mix and added a quarter tea-spoon full of Zantham gum on my wife's advice.

Guidance on the temperature
to cook at would be helpful. I treated it like a pancake and started them hot then turned it down to medium low to cook the rest.

I have saved it to make again.