Almond Flour Keto Tortillas Recipe | Yummly

Almond Flour Keto Tortillas

Phillip G.: "These tortillas are amazing. They really are plia…" Read More
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  • 150 grams blanched almond flour (about 1 cup really packed)
  • 6 tablespoons psyllium husk (powder)
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
  • 4 egg whites
  • 120 milliliters boiling water
  • oil (for frying about 1-2 tbsp)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium45% DV1070mg
    Fat38% DV25g
    Protein27% DV14g
    Carbs6% DV19g
    Fiber20% DV5g
    Calories330Calories from Fat230
    Total Fat25g38%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat230
    Total Carbohydrate19g6%
    Dietary Fiber5g20%
    Vitamin A
    Vitamin C

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Phillip G. 17 days ago
    These tortillas are amazing. They really are pliable and sturdy. They taste just okay as is, so I will experiment with different spices.
    Margaret Stares 10 months ago
    Very easy and fast recipe. I follow the recipe instructions exactly. I weigh out the "dough" into 8 portions giving me tortillas that are exactly the same. I put a cutting board on a chair and with the balls of dough between 2 pieces of parchment on the board I can then bear my weight on the cast iron pan to get nice big thin tortillas. They are very pliable when cooked and have a neutral taste. I've used them as a substitute for naan bread and for small wraps. spread with condiments with a weiner rolled up inside it makes a wcked hot dog!
    TracyW a year ago
    Good recipe, they turned out very pliable. Very tough to Press out, even using a heavy cast iron Dutch oven. I ended up putting them between two pieces of parchment and rolling them out. What was nice is that the broken parts were easily repaired by extra pieces after cutting them out like a cookie cutter using a large bowl. I would use the scraps to gently press into the broken or cracked parts with my fingers.
    G 2 years ago
    Best low carb tortillas Modifications are mostly procedural not changes of ingredients HEAT cast iron griddle to setting 2 on electric stove - it will take longer but the quality of tortillas will be better - I only used oil on napkin and wiped griddle lightly to “season”the griddle, then preheated while I made dough MIX dry ingredients in glass or stainless bowl MIX egg whites stiff in stainless kitchen aid bowl ADD dry ingredients to eggs mixture slowly -level 1 ADD boiling water slowly and let stand per instructions NOTE 1: I used my kitchen aid mixer on level 2 to mix wet and dry scraping sides often. Make golf size balls of dough USE tortilla press (like Uno Casa) with Brightone Parchment Paper, (150-Count Non-Stick & Unbleached Parchment Sheets for Baking, Exact Fit for Half-sheet Baking Pans, Reusable PACK, 7Inch (150)) on both top and bottom of dough ball pressing lightly and place on tortilla tortilla press PRESS dough ball into tortilla - thickness should be about 1:16 of an inch (press dough as you go- don’t let it sit in between parchment too long, as it will stick) PEEL off one parchment side LAY tortilla on griddle - dough side down and press lightly WAIT about 10 seconds or until parchment peels away slowly USE large and thin metal spatula to flip tortilla-use short in and out motion to release tortilla from griddle and flip - look for light brown color - time will vary - recipe made 10 tortillas, so take your time NOTE 2: my calculations based on my flour and brand of ingredients, I calculated the nutrition using the Carb Counter app in my phone as follows: