So, I'm really not kidding about this not eating wheat... I promise.... I just have some photos that are backlogged...
Actually, I had lasagna this weekend because it was served at a friend's house by another friend's teenaged daughter, a budding chef. It looked and smelled delicious, and I figured that was as good a time as any to see if gluten is really my arch-nemesis. As it turned, out, I should have fled, as I was ill all night. I guess wheat is the joker to my batman.
However, if it works for you and you like tortillas, you need to learn to make your own. The mark-up on these things is ridiculous, and it's good for your arm muscles to make them. Sure, they're not as pliable as grocery store tortillas, but they're not as fake, either.
I used whole wheat flour, but http://budgetbytes.blogspot.com/, the inspiration for this dish, uses a blend.
2 c flour
1 tsp salt
1.5 tsp baking powder
1 T vegetable oil
3/4 c water
Mix the dry ingredients together, mix the wet ingredients together, incorporate. Squish it all together with your hands until it stays a ball. Let rest under a towel for 10 minutes, them come back and divide the dough into 12 pieces. Roll them out and then cook until they get the nifty blister bumps on a hot skillet. Munch.