No need to opt for the gummy, flakey store-bought gluten-free tortillas. These gluten-free dairy-free flour tortillas resemble freshly made flour tortillas you’d find at your favorite Mexican restaurants. The tortillas do require a few specific ingredients to result in chewy, savory goodness.
Is glutinous rice flour gluten-free?
The term “glutinous” is misleading, but yes! Glutinous rice flour is indeed gluten-free. Find it at an Asian market or find it here on Amazon.
Can I use a different flour blend for these homemade flour tortillas?
Unfortunately, Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-Free baking flour yields the best results (this post is not sponsored!). I genuinely love these product and out of other gluten-free flours, it creates the best tasting tortillas.
- 2 Large Bowls
- 16 5x5in Squares of Parchment Paper
- Rolling Pin
- Clean Surface
- Cast Iron Pan optional
- Knife any kind works
Mochi Dough (Make First)
- 1 cup Glutinous Rice Flour
- 1 cup Plant Milk
- 2 three-finger Pinch Sea Salt Sea Salt flakes are ideal
- (If using cast iron pan) Preheat pan on low-medium heat on stove.
- In a large microwave-safe bowl, add plant milk, glutinous rice flour, and salt. Stir with a fork until smooth.
- Place in microwave for 45 seconds. Take out of the microwave and stir until cooked parts are mixed with the running batter.
- Continue until the mixture looks like a very sticky mocha and turns dark and opaque.
- Set aside.
- In the other large bowl, add Bob's Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-Free baking flour, vegan butter, and salt. Pinch the mixture with clean hands until a dry crumble begins to form.
- Add cold water and continue to pinch dough until it sticks together. The dough will be flakey and dry.
Combine and Make Tortillas
- Carefully grab the mocha dough (this can be done with a fork) and stretch it to remove steam. We want to cool down the dough.
- Add butter and flour mixture to the bowl with the mochi dough. Pinch and knead until the two doughs combine.
- Lightly dust a clean surface with excess Bobs Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-Free Flour and knead dough into a ball.
- Divide the ball into 4 even sections using the knife. Roll each section into a ball and divide into 4 even sections again, creating a total of 16 small balls. Roll each section into a ball.
- Grab one of the small balls and roll out into 1/8 inch thick (we want these tortillas thin). Place rolled dough on top of parchment paper square. Continue with remaining balls of dough.
- Place rolled dough on hot pan for 20ish seconds until small bubbles appear, then flip. Remove remove from pan after approximately another 20 seconds and repeat with remaining dough,
- Serve warm and enjoy!
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