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Belinda Meeker

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Hi all long time no type lol

Has anyone tired the new recipe for Just Like Wheat Tortilla recipe?

It calls for 2 tablespoons of shortening but doesn't tell when to add in.

I still have the flour measured in mixing bowl and want to complete asap. any helpers out there?

Could anyone tell me where they think it should come in at I"M DESPERATE to make these and stilll after the 3rd day haven't gotten a reply:(

I know there has to be a "great baker" out there that could tell me please help me out asap!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks!

Belinda

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Hi all long time no type lol

Has anyone tired the new recipe for Just Like Wheat Tortilla recipe?

It calls for 2 tablespoons of shortening but doesn't tell when to add in.

I still have the flour measured in mixing bowl and want to complete asap. any helpers out there?

Could anyone tell me where they think it should come in at I"M DESPERATE to make these and stilll after the 3rd day haven't gotten a reply:(

I know there has to be a "great baker" out there that could tell me please help me out asap!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks!

Belinda

Normally you cut the shortening in after adding the flour ingredients. Just use 2 forks until it is crumbling. The recipe doesn't seem to say but that would be my guess. Hope it helps


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Belinda--

I sent you a reply yesterday--did you get it?

I think that you would cut the shortening into the dry ingredients, and than add the liquids :)


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Belinda--

I sent you a reply yesterday--did you get it?

I think that you would cut the shortening into the dry ingredients, and than add the liquids :)

Hi jerseyangel

Thanks so much for this, u and Rikki where the only ones who responded Thanks!

I made them and the taste was great but they still fell apart like the others I've tried :( it called for only 1/2 cup milk which wasn't near enough so I had to add more )

But Dyani told me another to try so maybe it will be better.

We r big taco and fajitia fans so maybe there's one out there yet <_<

I found a great pizza one that I modifeid and it is great, so if u'd like the recp' let me know. it is simple, taste great and bakes wonderful.

Thanks again gals!

Bea

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