Three year old: "Why?"
I have made pupusas before (sorry if my spelling is off) so I know the basics of making the dough with corn flour. Two cups flour and a little over a cup of water. Stir/kneed for a minute or two, and form into balls. Leave under a moist towel for about half an hour.
Put them on an un-oiled skillet, and cook for about three minutes on one side, two on the other. Until it kind of pushes away from the skillet.
A tortilla cooking on an un-oiled skillet.
I keep them in a stack under a paper towel. Not that I really think that keeps the warmth in, but it for some reason makes me feel better.
A small stack of tortillas.
Fill with whatever you like, then cook an additional couple of minutes to get everyting all gooey and yummy. And presto, you have a quesadilla! I put Brie in mine.
A tortilla covered in brie, waiting to be topped with the second tortilla.
I was so hungry I couldn't wait. I broke one apart and used it as a chip to eat my brie.
A first rate dinner, if I do say so myself!
And of course, with all that waiting for timers to go off, I had a bit of time to knit:
A mini sweater ornament I am donating to my Church's Harvest Fair! (It's next month and there's always a table devoted just to ornaments.)<br>
And there you have it, my adventure with the tortilla press!