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    Oat Tortillas - 1/11/2006 4:41:26 PM
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    Oat Tortillas
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    From member Polarhound. Adapted from www.bobsredmill.com

    BMOS Note: The use of ground oat flour may cause one to lose slowly, or for progress to stop. 

    When using this or any recipe specifying a measure of uncooked grain, please bear in mind that all grains expand with cooking and we take our measurements off the cooked volume.  Since oats more or less double in volume when conventionally cooked, the 1 cup uncooked oats in this recipe is the equivalent of 2 cups cooked.  


    In a small bowl, mix the flour and taco seasoning. Stir in water, then evaluate the consistency. The dough should be soft, but not wet, and mold easily into shapes. The dough will easily form a ball as you stir it. If necessary, add a bit more flour or water to achieve the proper consistency.

    Pinch off balls of dough the size of golf balls. Roll them in additional flour to coat well. Knead each ball a bit as your pat or roll it into a flat circle that's about 1/8" thick and 5" - 6" across. Repeat with all dough.

    Heat a heavy nonstick frying pan or griddle. Use no oil.

    Place each tortilla in the hot pan, and cook for a few minutes on each side. Tortillas should become lightly brown and start to appear dry. Cool on wire racks.

    Store in the refrigerator up to 2 weeks, or freeze. Reheat in a toaster or warm oven.


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    This Recipe Contains: Carb B

    How do I measure out a serving?
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 3/6/2006 2:56:37 PM
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    omg!!! These came out sooooooooo wonderful. I have missed having some kind of bread so I made these today. I added much less water and also put in Onion powder, onion flakes, cilantro flakes, cayanne pepper, Garlic Powder and I COULD NOT BELEIVE WHAT I TASTED!! I also made the dijon mustard and had myself a wonderful Turkey burger. This opens up so many more great food ideas THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! Took some playing with to get the dough just right but when all was done they were just fantastic!
     
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 3/25/2006 6:34:27 PM
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    so this makes two servings right? cause 1/4 is actually 1/2 cup..and this calls for a whole cup. i'm pretty sure i did my math right
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 3/25/2006 9:53:23 PM
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    If it's 1 cup raw oats, the quantity doubles when it's cooked, right? That means 1 cup uncooked means 2 cups cooked.

    ...and if your serving is 1/2 cup cooked...
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 3/26/2006 10:09:15 AM
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    hah i totally messed that one up. thanks....im usually good at math too :-P
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 3/28/2006 8:33:00 PM
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    These were AWESOME! I used a few different spices, and ended up making a total of 8 little tortillas. Used 2 of them with my chicken salad recipe, and WOW! Almost as good as "real" tortilla wrap! I curled a couple of them before they cooled down, and used them like taco shells, with my ground turkey seasoned like taco meat.

    When I divided the dough, I made sure to make an even amout, so I could figure out the portions better. Next time, I'll try making 4 large ones instead.

    I definitely give this recipe 2 thumbs up! lol

     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/2/2006 8:44:28 PM
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    I was reading the posts to this recipe which btw sounds delicious however I thought that for oatmeal to double when cooked you had to double the liquid added to it....this recipe has half the oatmeal quantity of liquid added to the oatmeal

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/3/2006 10:47:36 AM
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    Nope. That's a popular misconception. If your carb portion is 1/2 cup and you're using oatmeal, no matter how you choose to prepare it, your uncooked portion remains 1/4 cup. Otherwise, you're eating double your recommended portion.
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/3/2006 11:45:03 AM
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    In that case this recipe makes four servings if your carb size is 1/2 a cup!

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/3/2006 1:38:44 PM
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    Bingo!
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/22/2006 2:42:55 PM
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    I tried this recipe and had a hard time speading it...maybe too wet. Next time I won't put in the entire amount of water. But the one that did work tasted really good!
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/22/2006 3:39:22 PM
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    Getting dough consistency right sometimes takes a bit of trial and error to get the "feel."
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/30/2006 6:59:27 PM
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    I love the recipe. It helps me with the bread cravings. I have missed having a sandwich!!
     
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 4/30/2006 8:49:41 PM
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    If you've had bread cravings, please be careful with your use of this recipe. Feeding cravings by catering to them may prove to be counterproductive.
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 5/11/2006 8:21:08 AM
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    I made a batch of these tortillas last night. They were wonderful, even though I think I overcooked them a smidge!

    I broke one in half (I made 4 big ones rather than 8 little ones) and piled on chicken salad, sliced tomatoe, and some lettuce. Then I put the other half on top and had a very gourmet tortilla chicken salad sandwich. It was really tastey! Thanks to PolarHound for the great recipe!
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 5/18/2006 9:53:20 AM
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    best tortillas ever and so easy to make.
    thanks so much for this one it's a life saver
     

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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 7/30/2006 2:12:38 PM
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    Hmmm I had some problems with these. First 1/2 cup of water was too much so I had to add more oat flour which means now my portions are all off. Second no matter how much I rolled I could not get these to be 5" or 6". But seeing as how everyone else is raving about them, I guess I will try them again.
     
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 8/20/2006 10:55:42 AM
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    My husband is going crazy with no bread!!!! He stopped at the gas station and bought a turkey sub just so he could have some bread. I thought this would help him to keep on program. What do you mean that it might be counterproductive for him?
     
     
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    RE: Oat Tortillas - 8/24/2006 10:23:02 PM
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    I just saw this post today. Sorry about that.

    The fact that your husband is going crazy without bread suggests this may be exactly the reason he needs to wean away from it. Some of us have major problems with the wrong kind of carbohydrates. That, in fact, was my chief problem and probably the major cause of my overweight. For people like me, continuing to eat things resembling the refined carbs I was eating before simply serves to keep the craving for these foods alive. I know myself well enough to know that had I continued with pancakes, muffins, wraps and so forth, as soon as I got to goal I'd drop the on-plan stuff like a hot potato and go right back to my bad eating habits, learning nothing about more healthful eating habits. This plan isn't just about losing weight, it's about relearning the habits which got us unheathy and overweight.

    This postfrom BMOS Dolores explains more.
     

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    Re: Oat Tortillas - 8/29/2011 2:09:20 PM
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    These are very good!  Made them for the first time today and used them like taco shells for my shredded chicken in encilada sauce (from the chicken recipe forum).  I think I needed to grind my oats a little finer, roll these out a little thinner and maybe double the amount of taco seasoning (from the condiment recipe forum), but they worked just fine! 

    I am going to try to put them in my little taco sald shell molds and see if they will set up.  That way I can have a pretty little salad.

    Thanks for the recipe!

     

     
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