Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Whole Wheat Sourdough Tortillas

I'm linking up with Sourdough Surprises again this month. When I saw that the challenge for this month was flat bread, I was ready to make them immediately. In fact, I think I made these whole wheat tortillas two days after that initial post. What can I say? I love tortillas.



For these tortillas, I combined my favourite non-sourdough tortillas recipe from the Homesick Texan and this sourdough tortilla recipe from Teresa at Discovering Sourdough. I used the weights from Teresa's with 100% white whole wheat flour (I love Ultra Grain's) and used milk like in Homesick Texan's. I only made a third of the recipe because almost 3 lbs of tortilla dough is definitely too much for me.



These were really, really easy and when I finished making them, I immediately filled them with enchilada filling so that I'd have enchiladas for lunch that week.








I can't wait to see what's in store for March. I'll be travelling a lot in March and hope I have time to make whatever it is.  Be sure to use the linky below to check out what others made this month.






17 comments:

  1. Boy! Does that look good!! What time is lunch:) Stopping by from Sourdough Surprises~ Have a great week! Lynn H @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  2. Oh my gosh, your enchiladas look so good - I wish I could gobble one up right now!! Gorgeous tortillas. I am so glad you joined in again this month!!

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  3. Homemade tortillas are wonderful, aren't they? I could eat a whole stack of them when they're fresh and warm. Nice job.

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  4. Awesome job! Your tortillas look perfect and delicious! And I bet your enchiladas were amazing, too! :) Thanks for baking with us this month!

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    1. Oh the enchiladas were definitely amazing! I'll make more tomorrow.

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  5. Yours turned out beautifully. Nice job :-)

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  6. Oh, I LOVE Homesick Texan's tortillas! I'll definitely have to give your version a try. They look great (and so do those enchiladas, yum!).

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  7. Oh yummy! Can you post your enchilada recipe too? I made tortillas as well but have never made enchiladas.

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    1. I didn't follow a recipe for the enchiladas. I cooked some chicken in my slow cooker and shredded it (I added a bunch of spices - basically what I had on hand/felt like). Then I added beans, olives (is that a weird enchilada ingredient?) and cheese. Some of them also had some rice in then because I had some leftover rice too.
      For the sauce, I followed Emeril's recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/easy-enchilada-sauce-recipe/index.html. I like things spicy so I added lots of pepper.

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    2. Thanks for the enchilada recipe. I will surely give it a try.

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  8. Whoa! So cool! I bet these make for the best tacos!

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