To make them all you need is a food processor and these simple ingredients:
Green Leaf ‘Tortilla’
If you want to skip the flour tortillas and kick your health into a greener gear, then try this awesome green leaf version instead! If you want to make tacos, using Romaine, Radicchio or Butter Leaves creates the perfect green taco shell. If you’re wanting a burrito, its important to remove the spines of your large leafy greens so they can flex and bend just like a tortilla. It’s always a bummer when your taco or burrito tortilla tears and using green leaves is no exception. I recommend using any kind of large leafy green like Collard or Chard. Collard Greens are hearty and my personal fave but Rainbow Chard leaves are so vibrant and beautiful they’re a treat for the eye as well as tastebuds. When removing the spines you first want to wash and thoroughly dry your leaves, taking extra care to ensure they don’t rip or tear. Then lay them flat with the spine up. Take the tip of a sharp knife and starting at the base where the spine starts to extend, run the blade of your knife down the spine towards the end of the leaf. Keep the leaf flat and watch the knife point so it doesn’t slice the leaf. As each leaf is different, be sure to test the flexibility by slowly bending it from tip to base. If it’s still not flexible like a tortilla, gently shave a bit more off the spine.