How To Make Corn Tortillas from Scratch — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Open the tortilla press and lay the opened bag on top. (The plastic can be reused indefinitely; just wipe it clean of any dough after each use.)”,”image”:{“id”:”01ed43bc8609ca692a05d5b19f6af819489b57fb”,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:57:54.140-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-3.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”55318ff12a099a48c1003cdd”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”6b4f746bce328e7a432ed516f452b726c54af83a”,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eMix the tortilla dough: \u003c/strong\u003eMix the masa harina and the salt together in a mixing bowl. Pour in the water and stir to combine.”,”image”:{“id”:”6b4f746bce328e7a432ed516f452b726c54af83a”,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:57:50.993-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-4.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”55318fed2a099a41ac003bad”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”419a847c89a521fb740ddf378f691fd9656e5d2e”,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eKnead the dough: \u003c/strong\u003eUsing your hands, knead the dough for a minute or two in the bowl. The dough is ready when it’s smooth, but not longer sticky, and it easy forms a ball in your hand. “,”image”:{“id”:”419a847c89a521fb740ddf378f691fd9656e5d2e”,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:03.618-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-5.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”55318ff92a099a44e8003922″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”4a4ce6c84f642c77386b6fc98021db2719f5692b”,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eAdjust the dough as needed: \u003c/strong\u003eIf the dough absorbs all the water but is still dry and crumbly, add water a tablespoon at a time. If the dough feels sticky, paste-like, or gummy, add more masa a tablespoon at a time.”,”image”:{“id”:”4a4ce6c84f642c77386b6fc98021db2719f5692b”,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:57:48.391-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-6.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”55318feb2a099a41b000378f”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”4273e0010cdefcb1793c299f40abac05b1b7755e”,”caption”:”The dough should feel a bit \”springy,\” like play-dough.”,”image”:{“id”:”4273e0010cdefcb1793c299f40abac05b1b7755e”,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:00.423-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-7.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”55318ff72a099a44e8003921″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”31041a28ef0cab930896a30a068055570dc773f7″,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eRest the dough (optional): \u003c/strong\u003eIf you have the time, cover the bowl with a towel and rest the dough for 15 to 30 minutes. This gives the masa time to fully absorb the water and improves the taste and texture of the tortillas. You can skip the rest period if you’re in a rush.”,”image”:{“id”:”31041a28ef0cab930896a30a068055570dc773f7″,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:22.032-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-8.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”5531900b2a099a44e2003ac7″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”6f2e319808e82219a34d7b4744438911c57365a3″,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eRoll the dough into balls: \u003c/strong\u003ePinch off a few tablespoons of dough and roll it between your hands to form a ball roughly the size of a ping-pong ball. This will make a roughly 6-inch tortilla, and you can adjust the amount of dough you use to make larger or smaller tortillas.”,”image”:{“id”:”6f2e319808e82219a34d7b4744438911c57365a3″,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:20.214-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-9.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”5531900b2a099a3170001336″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”9ae43a9690ee5268b53cb06b54a66e27e35966c7″,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003ePress the dough with the tortilla press: \u003c/strong\u003ePlace the ball of dough on the plastic-covered tortilla press in the middle of the press. “,”image”:{“id”:”9ae43a9690ee5268b53cb06b54a66e27e35966c7″,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:59:34.232-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-10.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”553190552a099a41b000379c”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”58d442924f7c1cf865b2eff89e56f4902cd236c8″,”caption”:”Fold the other side of the plastic bag over the top of the dough. “,”image”:{“id”:”58d442924f7c1cf865b2eff89e56f4902cd236c8″,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:55.768-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-11.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”5531902e2a099a48b40038f1″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”3e9f63edde7c82e15de0d9beaf8cab7111e84655″,”caption”:”Bring the top of the press down over the dough…”,”image”:{“id”:”3e9f63edde7c82e15de0d9beaf8cab7111e84655″,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:59:56.650-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-12.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”5531906c2a099a41a800372c”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”7a9db0648a3b09d710245d303d917b890eb01673″,”caption”:”…then press with the handle to flatten the dough to about 1/8-inch thick. “,”image”:{“id”:”7a9db0648a3b09d710245d303d917b890eb01673″,”width”:2400,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:59:28.532-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-13.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”5531904f2a099a48af00458a”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”808ea80605c972316dd898e95864cdcca3e19b40″,”caption”:”If the tortilla doesn’t look quite even after pressing or you’d like it a little thinner, rotate the tortilla in the plastic and 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Keep both the dough and the stack of pressed tortillas covered with clean towels. If you choose to press all the tortillas and then cook them, be careful when peeling each tortilla off the stack — they can stick to each other or break around the edges, especially the ones on the bottom.”,”image”:{“id”:”0fd9bfb80a82e449f48f7b1a3b010dfc7e547cde”,”width”:2110,”height”:2591,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:57.744-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-22.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”553190302a099a41a8003723″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”fe900aea68e114421519b4138804b2f0c166c5fb”,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eHeat the griddle: \u003c/strong\u003eWarm a large, flat cast iron griddle or skillet over medium-high heat. When ready, a few drops of water flicked onto the surface should sizzle immediately and you should be able to hold your hand an inch above the surface for just a second or two.”,”image”:{“id”:”fe900aea68e114421519b4138804b2f0c166c5fb”,”width”:3415,”height”:2731,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:59:52.581-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-17.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”553190672a099a46b3003efb”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”d177e72870a7e33d07dddc3ef1ebdd95e4a1cbd2″,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eCook the tortillas for 1 to 2 minutes on each side: \u003c/strong\u003eGently position as many tortillas in the pan as will fit in a single layer without overlapping. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes, until the edges are starting to curl up and the bottoms look dry and pebbly. “,”image”:{“id”:”d177e72870a7e33d07dddc3ef1ebdd95e4a1cbd2″,”width”:3542,”height”:2833,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:59:22.861-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-19.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”553190492a099a41a800372a”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”6ffb429466ebda7a9834b2bcb5dccb2b550a5f2d”,”caption”:”Flip and cook another 1 to 2 minutes on the other side. “,”image”:{“id”:”6ffb429466ebda7a9834b2bcb5dccb2b550a5f2d”,”width”:3483,”height”:2785,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T19:00:09.040-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-18.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”553190782a099a430f003a5a”,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”658af9532396b1b788fa0fabac368ea3533284b8″,”caption”:”When done, both sides should be dry to the touch and beginning to show some brown, toasted spots.”,”image”:{“id”:”658af9532396b1b788fa0fabac368ea3533284b8″,”width”:3539,”height”:2831,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:59:13.825-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-20.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”553190402a099a48ab0038b3″,”focus_z”:null}},{“image_id”:”154e8e484ce826ff32437f52cb022f6d7770ed56″,”caption”:”\u003cstrong\u003eWrap the tortillas in a towel: \u003c/strong\u003eAs you take cooked tortillas off the griddle, stack them up and wrap them in a clean kitchen towel. 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Let any leftovers cool completely, still wrapped in the towel, then put them in an air-tight container or zip-top bag and refrigerate for up to 3 days.”,”image”:{“id”:”6c6d778e92c9615d0494525dc89f171ec499f027″,”width”:2143,”height”:3000,”format”:”JPEG”,”created_by_id”:65,”updated_by_id”:null,”created_at”:”2015-04-17T18:58:54.144-04:00″,”updated_at”:”2016-08-17T17:06:45.137-04:00″,”credit_style”:”author”,”credit_author_id”:65,”credit_name”:””,”credit_url”:””,”credit_email”:””,”credit_custom”:””,”credit_license”:””,”credit_linked_post_id”:null,”focus_x”:null,”focus_y”:null,”filename”:”2015-04-19-Tortillas-27.jpg”,”alt_text”:null,”exclude_from_color_search”:false,”crop”:null,”ancestor”:”5531902d2a099a48910039d0″,”focus_z”:null}}]};

Fresh corn tortillas, where have you been my whole life? They are chewy, savory, and crispy-edged in all the best possible ways. They’re a warm hug for your favorite taco fillings. They will turn an average Taco Tuesday into the Best Dinner Ever. (Seriously.)

Corn tortillas are also made with just two ingredients: masa harina and water. What could be easier? You, too, can have best-ever tacos with homemade tortillas on your table tonight — here is a step-by-step recipe that explains exactly what to do.

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