Pull out your cast iron for this Thanksgiving stalwart: It's the key to a perfect crust. Preheating the pan ensures that the batter gets nice and crispy. Balancing cornmeal with fiber-rich whole-wheat flour makes the bread a filling stand-in for stuffing. For the most benefits, use a stone-ground whole-grain cornmeal, which still has some of the nutrient-dense corn hull and germ intact.
Once you've made these corn tortillas, you'll never settle for the dried-out, bland commercial varieties. While you can make tortillas without a tortilla press, or comal, it's strongly recommended you use one. They are inexpensive and widely available at specialty kitchen stores. Alternatively, press the dough between two flat plates.