I read a bunch of different recipes and comments for cauliflower tortilla. The recipes are all over the place on how the cauli should be prepared, what ingredients to add, how to cook it, season it, etc. I took them all into consideration and ended up trying to make the simplest, most basic version, and if it didnt turn out, i'd try something else.
I think they were great. And i will definitely make them again, and i can see how they can be quite versatile.
I made three, and froze two to see how they keep. when i pull them out, i will update!
I made three with the above, but i think i might try just two next time, so they would be a bit bigger. I ended up eating it more tostada style than taco, but i think if its bigger, i probably would not be able to fini**** plus the filling.
Some recipes steam the cauliflower, some cook and ma**** I might try that too, to see how thin i can get them and have it still hold, but it isn't necessary. These were great as is.
I made some this weekend, I used my tortilla press to make them think like regular tortillas but that failed completely. The problem is they were so thin they could not be separated from the parchment paper. I will try again, I love tortillas and mexican food and it one of the things I really miss, I am hoping this allows me to reclaim that love!
Yeah I cant really see this mixture working in a press. It's pretty wet.
i just spoon it on the cookie sheet and spread it into a thin disk.
Better luck next time!