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Cassava Flour Tortillas (Gluten-Free Tortillas)

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These cassava flour tortillas are the best gluten-free and grain-free tortilla recipe. They’re soft, slightly chewy, and perfectly foldable for all your favorites –  tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, wraps – you name it!

Cassava flour tortillas layered on top of each other

Fun fact – this cassava flour tortilla recipe came to fruition after chatting with the owner of Oka’s Bakery in Canggu, Bali years ago! It was there that I learned of the versatility of cassava flour in baking and cooking (cassava flour is heavily used in Indonesia). It’s used to make chips, muffins, breads, and of course, tortillas.

Inspired by my Bali trip, I tested this cassava flour tortilla recipe over and over when I returned home, until it tasted just like what I’d enjoyed in Bali! And while I might be biased, I think these homemade tortillas are better than any store-bought versions as well. They mimic that soft, pliable, chewy texture we all love, and taste utterly delicious – all thanks to cassava flour. Bonus, you can make a batch and freeze it for later use (hello meal prep). 

Ingredients for cassava flour tortillas on a table

Cassava Flour Tortilla Ingredients 

Aside from cassava flour, there’s a few other ingredients you’ll need to bring these tortillas to life. 

  • Cassava Flour: After lots of testing, I’ve found that this flour is the best – and closest to what I used in Bali. Otherwise, your dough might be a bit gritty or sticky. 
  • Baking Soda: Like with most baked goods, just ¼ teaspoon is needed to help the dough rise. 
  • Cream of Tartar: It’s used in baked goods as a leavening agent and adds a little more fluff to the tortillas. If you don’t have cream of tartar, you can leave it off. The tortillas will still turn out fine! 
  • Oil: You can use virtually any oil or fat in this recipe. Palm shortening was used in the original recipe (as that’s what was used in Bali). But you can use olive oil, butter, or ghee as well.
  • Warm Water: Make sure the water you use is slightly warm. This will help make the kneading process so much easier for the dough to form!

Find the printable recipe with measurements below

How To Make Cassava Flour Tortillas

To make these tortillas, all you need is a large mixing bowl and a non-stick pan or griddle. But to make the process even more efficient, I highly recommend getting this tortilla press. Your tortillas will turn out more evenly sized – in diameter and thickness. Otherwise, the rest is as easy as they come!

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