Make these amazing Snowflake Tortillas for a festive holiday treat! Kids and adults like will love these sweet tortillas. They’re lightly friend and sprinkled with sugar, as well as easy to make. Use the written or video instructions below to learn how to make this delightful dessert this holiday season.
Snowflake Tortillas Recipe
Ingredients you will need:
- 2 flour tortillas
- Vegetable oil
- Powdered sugar
Soften tortillas in microwave for a few seconds if needed. Fold and cut tortillas in same way one would paper when making a paper snowflake.
Add a small amount of vegetable oil to skill. Heat the oil.
When oil is hot, add tortillas and fry until crisp and lightly browned, flipping as necessary.
Remove tortillas from oil and drain with paper towels. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Serve and enjoy!
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What is a Tortilla?
A tortilla is a thin flatbread made from flour most commonly associated with a wide variety of Mexican dishes. From tacos to burritos to enchiladas, tortillas are the basis for a wide variety of incredible Mexican meals. In fact, they’re the second best selling bread in the United States behind sliced bread!
Snowflake Tortillas Video Recipe
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Tortilla Snowflake Video Transcript
Hi, Kristy in the Rada kitchen, today I’m sharing a recipe out of our Class Treats, Bake Sales & Birthday Parties recipe book. These are way cute snowflakes you make out of tortillas. You cut them out like paper snowflakes, put a little sugar on them, fry them in a pan. They’re not only cute, they’re delicious, too. Let me show you how to make those.
I have these little tortillas about the size of my hand. They’re really fresh and soft. If you have some that don’t bend easy you might want to warm them up. You just fold it in half. And you fold it in half again. Then one more time. You’re then going to fold your two folds back so that it looks like that. Now you can maybe find a pattern off the Internet. I think it’s just as easy just to cut. It’s cute if you just cut triangles. Or you might find some cute designs online. It’s kind of hard to do circles or half-circles I have found. It’s easiest just to do little triangles.
So you just carefully unfold it. And there’s a snowflake. So I have my skillet almost to high. I’m going to add a little bit of oil. They get crispier if you use more oil. Once they get a little brown I’m going to flip them over.
Once I finished frying them I drained the snowflakes on a paper towel. Now what I’m going to do is sprinkle them with powdered sugar. As little or as much as you like. They are delicious when you serve them warm. And that’s how easy it is to make Tortilla Snowflakes. I hope you enjoy it. You can find more recipes in our Class Treats, Bake Sales & Birthday Parties recipe book.
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