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?Mix the flour and salt.
?Mix in the lard by hand until the mixture resembles small peas.
?Add the water slowly until you have a soft elastic ball. You may need to add a little more or less water, but do it slowly. You may not really need as much water as you think you do.
?Knead until smooth.
?Cover with a damp towel and then let rest 15 minutes.
?Make about 7 - 9 equal size balls.
?Flatten and roll each ball into a flat round disk.
?Cook on a very hot cast iron skillet. No oil is necessary.
?Flip when bottom side is golden, the top should be bubbling slightly when ready. Use a spatula to lift the edge and check for doneness before flipping completely.
?Keep the cooked tortillas warm by covering with a damp towel while you continue to cook.
(or go out and buy them if you just got your loan through!)
Chop everything up.
Add chicken strips to a hot pan with a bit of oil.
Fry for 5 mins.
Add Chopped peppers and onion to pan, with a little more oil.
Fry for a further 5 mins.
Then add the stir fry sauce of your choice, and heat through for another 5 mins.
Thats the cooking done!
Now get your warm tortillas wraps. Spread a thin layer of yogurt over 2/3rds of the wrap. Place sum of the stir fry down the centre and sum leafy salad, then wrap it up!
Continue with a few more.
These are damn filling though!! 3 is normally enough!
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