Crisp Taco Shells (i.e. Tostadas!) 🌮 gluten free, dairy free & keto

13 comments

  1. Lorianne Taitano says:

    Hey there, just found your website a few days ago and I’ve been on it every waking moment!! Thank you! My actual question:

    I usually meal prep on sundays, how long does this dough last in the fridge raw? How long does it last in a sealed container once cooked? Thanks!

    • Paola says:

      That’s awesome to hear Lorianne! I’ve kept the dough for 4-5 days raw in the fridge (very well wrapped in cling film!). So very handy for meal prepping 😉

  2. Jenn says:

    SO good! And easy. I love the flavor and texture of them. I made a double batch so I could make chips, too! A thousand thanks for such a great recipe.

  3. April says:

    ¡De nada mi amiga! ¿Qué? Por favor envíeme la información para comprar. Este libro es necesario para mi vida. Necesito una buena receta de salsa habanero sin fruta. 🙂

  4. April says:

    Paola! Thank you for this recipe, you have saved my taco loving soul. Please put out a cookbook soon. My husband and I love you. xo

    • Paola says:

      April that’s so awesome to hear THANK YOU! And guess what? My first keto cookbook is being released this weekend with 60+ summer recipes 😉 Hope you guys enjoy it xo and good weekend!

  5. Kathy Charest says:

    Hello! Thank you for your great recipes! 🙂 I love your tortillas and I’ve even used them to make paninis!
    I have a question…to make the tostadas or chips, you say to cook them over the stove top on low heat… on a cast iron pan? Or direct flame? Thank you! 🙂

    • Paola says:

      Kathy I’m sorry to have missed your comment earlier! I cook them on a cast iron pan over very low heat (just like you do with regular tortillas) xo!

  6. Diane Markey says:

    Wow! These look great. Can’t wait to try them! I’m just now beginning to experiment with making new recipes from scratch, so I need to ask a couple of newbie questions.
    We’re getting ready to go on house boat on a lake. I’d love to make these then. I doubt they’ll have a food processor available.
    Is there a good alternative method of combining the ingredients ? Or can I make the dough up in advance?
    Thanks for all your creative recipes. My cooking/baking to- do grows daily.

    • Paola says:

      Hi Diane! You can just mix them with a whisk and then by hand. The kneading takes a bit longer but it’s totally doable! xo and enjoy your holiday, sounds awesome!

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