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This version is made with coconut flour, but I have also made it with sesame flour. Sesame flour has fewer carbohydrates and is also cheaper to buy, but has a different taste. Try it out and see which one you like :) 

Meat and vegetables

I recommend having an oven on at 100C / 215F to keep the food warm while you make it. 

  1. Set the oven to100C / 215F.
  2. Cut the beef into strips and place it in a bowl.
  3. Mix together the spice ingredients, and then mix it with the meat.
  4. Cut the bell peppers and onion into strips and fry it in butter.
  5. Put the peppers and onions in a casserole.
  6. Fry the meat in butter to your liking depends (well done, medium, etc). Remember that you will put it in the oven afterwards, where it will continue to cook.
  7. Put the meat in the casserole together with the vegetables and place it in the oven.
  1. Divide the avocados in half and remove the stone with a spoon (preserve the stone).
  2. Take out the avocado with a spoon and place it in a bowl.
  3. Add the spices and blend it with a hand blender.
  4. I recommend you taste the guacamole while blending so you get the taste that you like.
  5. If you do not eat everything, you can put the stone in the guacamole to keep it fresh in the fridge.
  1. Melt the butter (just melt it, don't boil it)
  2. Mix together the dry ingredients in a bowl
  3. Then add the butter and water. Pour the water little by little. The dough should have a soft and nice texture making it easy to shape as a tortilla.
  4. Put a baking paper on the kitchen counter and have another sheet ready.
  5. Take out a small portion of dough and shape it into a ball.
  6. Place the ball on the baking paper and place the other baking paper over. Press down on the bowl.
  7. With a rolling pin make a thin tortilla. Try and make it as thin as you can without it breaking apart, as the tortilla will get a bit thicker when frying.
  8. When you get the tortilla made it is probably not completely round. If you want it a prettier you can use a knife and cut away the edges.
  9. Fry the tortilla on a dry pan. I fry with the heat set to 7 out of 9 on my cooking top.
  10. Pay attention and make sure the tortilla does not get burnt. Turn and fry on the other side
  11. Then place the tortilla on a dish and place a kitchen towel over it to keep warm.
  12. Repeat until all the dough is made.
  13. Serve :) 

1 Comment  |  Steinar Larsen and 1 other like this.
  • Steinar Larsen
    Steinar Larsen   ·  31.08.2017
    Et tips er at tortillane kan fryses, men husk bare å legge matpapir mellom hver lefse :)