|Delicious end result ... after some improvisation|
However, the problem with baking when tired, is the risk missing steps in the recipe. That's exactly what happened to me a couple nights ago. I've always either greased pans or used parchment paper, but it turns out that this recipe required for me to do both. I didn't grease the paper, and voila, the batter seeped through the paper and baked into it. Luckily, I had enough wits left to lift the top layer of batter off, flip it on to a greased pan, and baked that for another 2 minutes to finish the recipe off.
I lost half my "tortilla" to the parchment paper, which left me with something closer to a crepe density. Also, the end result turned out much sweeter than I thought it would, so in the end it was kind of nice that I ended-up with crepes instead of Tortillas.
- 3 large plantains (ripe yellow is best, and the ripper it gets the sweeter it will get too)
- Whites from 2 eggs
- 3 Tbsp of melted coconut oil (would be less sweet if lard was used instead)
- Juice from one small lime