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Egg, Dairy and Gluten-Free Keto Tortillas


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These keto tortillas are made with almond flour and have a soft and pliable texture thanks to the whole psyllium husks. You can easily double the recipe and freeze them to have on hand anytime you need a healthy wrap or Turkish pizza. Layer them in between parchment paper, so you can pull them out one at a time, if needed. They are egg, dairy, gluten-free too. The recipe creates 4 large tortillas, but you can make 6 medium or 8 small ones. Use a tortilla press to shape them if you have one, otherwise, make sure to roll the dough between two pieces of parchment paper.

 
  • 200 g Finely ground blanched almonds
  • 6 tbsp Whole psyllium husks (not the powder form)
  • 1/2 tsp Garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • 220 ml Lukewarm water (36-40C /98-105F)
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  1. Place finely ground almonds, psyllium husks, baking powder, garlic powder and sea salt in a mixing bowl. Mix well.
  2. Add in lukewarm water, olive oil and mix well, until thoroughly combined. Set aside for 5-10 minutes to let the psyllium absorb all the moisture. Gently knead the dough several times until smooth and pliable and shape into a ball.
  3. Divide the dough ball into 4 -6 even portions. Place one piece of dough between two pieces of parchment paper. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough until evenly thin and flat. (If you prefer an evenly round tortilla, just get a large dinner plate or springform ring and place on top of the dough. Using a knife, cut around the edges so you are left with a perfectly round circle.)
  4. Heat a non-stick pan on medium-high and lightly grease. Place the tortilla on top and cook for 2-3 minutes, before flipping and cooking for a further two minutes. Repeat until all the tortillas are cooked.

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30 comments:

Lucimar da Silva Moreira 15/5/23 21:43

Que delicia só em ver já fiquei com água na boca, uma boa partilha, bjs.

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roentare 15/5/23 22:42

This looks so magnificent for my keto diet!

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Bill 15/5/23 23:24

Looks and sounds great.

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Cooking Julia 15/5/23 23:49

These tortillas are very simple but surely very tasty as well. I might try the recipe!

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Mbul Kecil 16/5/23 00:05

Almond flour is a new to me Angie...tortilla with everything is one of the best menu for breakfast...Thanks for the recipe ^^

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Brian 16/5/23 00:38

Those look fabulous and I can eat those with no dairy!

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Citu 16/5/23 04:17

Se ve muy ricas tortillas. Gracias por la receta. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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Anonymous 16/5/23 04:48

Oh my, here we go, I am starting to get hungry again! It happens to me every time I visit here!

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Anne in the kitchen 16/5/23 07:31

I am definitely going to be making these soon. Thank you!

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Lola Martínez 16/5/23 07:53

Lo bueno de estas tortitas, además de su sabor, es que son muy prácticas, tienen cantidad de utilidades. Y sin gluten, para los celíacos estupendas.
Un beso.

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babYpose 16/5/23 08:28

Wow tortilla from scratch, looks tasty and healthy. Good to keep the recipe. Thank you dear.

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Marissa 16/5/23 10:50

Wow Angie! These keto tortillas look like they have a fantastic texture - not easy to achieve without typical tortilla ingredients. Definitely need to give these a try!

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Rose world 16/5/23 11:46

My man used to make tortilla in weekends but now that he works in town which is about 3 hours drive and only back on weekend, he is lazy to make it. Lol. We still have some tortilla wrap in the freezer.

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Maria Grazia Ferrarazzo Maineri 16/5/23 12:25

Look so tasty, Angie. Your recipes are always precious!

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DEZMOND 16/5/23 14:04

Now, that is something I would absolutely enjoy if coming over to dindins LOL
Sadly, psyllium is very expensive here so I have never used it, which is sad given that I have seen some nice recipes for savory buns which include them.

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speedy70 16/5/23 15:42

Ne mangerei una anche ora!!!!!

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David 16/5/23 18:12

Angie, I'm glad that we don't have any issues that prevent us from using regular old flour or corn tortillas. It makes life a lot easier. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 16/5/23 23:00

This is great, my niece has been looking for gluten free torttlla I am sending this blog link to her thanks so much!

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kathyinozarks 17/5/23 00:42

looks delicious-saving the recipe thanks

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Rainbow Evening 17/5/23 13:34

We love Tortilla....
we made by ourselves sometimes.....

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My name is Erika. 17/5/23 15:13

Making tortillas is on my bucket list. Thanks for inspiring me to try them.

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tigerfish 17/5/23 18:08

Whole psyllium husks is the secret (not secret anymore) to make tortilla pliable. And whole psyllium husks is healthy ingredient too. Yep, I have made wraps using store-bought tortilla before and the tortilla was not soft and pliable enough to roll/wrap. And a lot of soft and pliable store-bought brands are so much "processed" to make their tortilla pliable. Yours is best - made with whole healthy ingredients and soft and pliable.

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foodtravelandwine 17/5/23 23:23

Looks so tempting!!...I have to try this recipe!....I love it!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Sherry's Pickings 18/5/23 10:13

another fascinating and different recipe angie.

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eileeninmd 18/5/23 13:46

Yum,I would love this meal. Take care, enjoy your day!

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Raymund 24/5/23 01:40

I appreciate that the recipe is versatile, allowing for different sizes of tortillas. And the tip about using a tortilla press or rolling the dough between parchment paper is really helpful. I can already imagine using these tortillas for wraps or even as a base for Turkish pizza.

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