Mix the Flour, cornflour, and Salt together in a large bowl
Gradually add the water while mixing simultaneously until a soft and viscous batter is formed, now work the batter by lifting it and slamming it on the bowl
After doing this for some minutes you will see the dough hold in a rope when you lift it (please see video above for this). At this point, the batter is well done.
Cover it up and leave it to rest in the fridge until it's really cold or better still leave it overnight.
The next day the Batter would have hardened up. Now work it a little bit just to be able to hold it in the cup of your hand - Please refer to the video.
Now preheat your pan on a medium to low heat for about 2 to 4 minutes (the amount of time for heating your pan is dependent on the thickness of your pan) and smear the dough in a fast circular motion on the heated pan.
After a couple of seconds, the edge of the wrap will start to curl up, carefully lift the wrap by the curled edge to lift the wrap off the pan.
Place the wraps in a bowl and cover it with a damp towel to prevent it from drying up.
You can store the wraps in a plastic bag and store in the fridge for a couple of days or freeze for a couple of months. Enjoy!