I won’t lie; these are not traditional corn tortillas. Those are made with masa harina, a type of corn flour that is made from maize treated with lime. The lime loosens the hulls and makes the corn more digestible. Outside of the Southwest United States and Mexico, it’s very difficult to find masa harina. Even finding untreated corn flour can be daunting. I came up with this recipe to mimic the corn flavor and texture as closely as possible with ingredients that are a bit easier to find.
I’ve published it as a personal recipe on allrecipes.com and you can find it here http://allrecipes.com/personalrecipe/63751937/almost-corn-tortillas/detail.aspx
I’m posting the link here for anyone who would like to try my chicken enchilada recipe, but can’t get corn tortillas.