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Thursday, January 18, 2007

86. Wholewheat Tortilla Wraps














Guess what I made? Tortilla wraps!
It took me many hours and lots of muscle work, and after it all, I've got a stack of super thin, soft and delish Wholewheat Tortilla wraps!
Cherns thought I was wrapping the wraps, but I told him I was making the wraps from scratch - wholewheat flour, plain flour, salt, Olive oil & water. He was impressed. I'm pleasantly surprised at how my dough and end product turned out too. Now, I can make my very own Western "popiah" wraps for meals!

1 Comments:

Blogger maki ♥ squarepatch said...

wow i'm impressed too! way to go! :)

Tue Jan 30, 07:05:00 AM  

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