I suggest you try the hearty, flavorful tortillas on the custard dough. The dough is not troublesome, the filling is prepared quickly (excluding the cooking time) and the tortillas are baked directly in the pan. Tortillas will perfectly complement light soups and broths, fresh salads, or can be a hearty snack for tea!
To prepare the dough, we will need 100 ml of boiling water.
1 tablespoon of flour (from the total amount) pour boiling water and mix.
Add salt and sugar.
Allow the mixture to cool slightly.
Then warm water and yeast.
Pour in a few steps of flour and knead the dough.
The dough may slightly stick to your hands, you do not need to add flour.
Roll the dough into a ball and add vegetable oil.
Knead lightly so that the butter is absorbed into the dough.
Cover with a towel and leave to rise for an hour.
For the filling, boil the beans as indicated on the package. I pre-soaked the beans for about an hour.
Pour boiling water over the tomato and remove the skin from it, cut into small cubes.
Finely chop the onion and garlic and fry in a small amount of vegetable oil until golden brown.
Add the tomato, salt and spices to taste.
At the very end, finely chopped green onions, it gives the tortillas some fresh spring flavor!
The dough came up and increased in volume.
Knead the dough on the work surface. No additional flour is required.
Divide the dough into four parts.
Each of the parts is rolled out not too thinly.
In the center, we spread the fourth part of the filling.
Carefully pinch and form a tortilla.
The tortillas are small, 12-13 cm in diameter.
Bake in a dry pan until cooked on both sides.
I baked on one side without a lid, then turned the tortilla over and covered it with a lid.