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Corn Tortillas with Chorizo

corn tortillas with chorizo

If you like corn tortillas, then this thicker version studded with fried onions and chunks of tasty chorizo will delight you! Not only is this a complete meal all in itself, it’s also a very cheap food, though avocados may be pricey in some areas.

Corn Tortillas with Chorizo

Makes 12 tortillas

2 c. corn flour

1-2 c. warm water (check directions on corn flour package for exact amount)

1 tsp. salt

3 chorizos, chopped finely

1 onion, chopped

1 avocado, mashed

2 tomatoes, chopped

oil

In a frying pan, cook the onion in a little oil until translucent. Set aside.

Mix the corn flour and water according to the instructions on your corn flour package. It should be a barely damp dough that holds together well.

Add the onions and chorizo bits to the dough and knead until thoroughly distributed.

Heat oil in a frying pan (spray oil works best). Take a 1″ ball of tortilla dough and pat out into a round. Place in the hot pan and cook until golden. Flip and cook until golden on the other side, this takes about 3 minutes per side.

Top each tortilla with avocado and tomato and serve.

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