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Cast-Iron Tortilla Press
Cast-Iron Tortilla Press
Traditional press with excellent leveragegreat for large quantities. Insert masa and with one press, a fresh tortilla. Powder-coated (non-leaded paint dried at 180 Celcius) to prevent rusting. Hand wash and dry immediately to prolong rust-resistance. Use wax, plastic or parchment paper if sticking occurs. Material: Cast IronCare: Hand wash Dimensions: 7&#34 dMade in Mexico Recipe for Homemade Tortillas:Makes up to 24 tortillas2 cups masa harina (corn tortilla flour) cups warm water teaspoon salt (optional)Vegetable oil (for brushing tortilla press)Procedures:Note: Follow directions on mesa package as some brands may require different amounts of water. Whisk masa and salt in a medium to large bowl; let sit for 5 minutes. Stir in 1 cups warm water; knead in bowl until dough forms. The dough should feel firm and springy. If the dough seems too dry or too wet, add a little more water or masa until the right consistency is achieved.Roll a golf ball-sized portion of dough. Cut two pieces of wax paper into the shape of the tortilla press. Lay one piece of paper on the surface of the open press. Place the dough ball in the center and place another piece of paper over it. Press down until the dough has spread to a diameter of 6 inches. If tortilla crumbles, dough is too dry (add more water); if it sticks to the wax paper, dough is too wet (add more masa). Repeat, pressing out 2 more tortillas. Heat a large cast-iron skillet or griddle over medium-high heat; lightly brush with oil. Cook 23 tortillas until charred in spots and edges start to curl, 12 minutes. Turn; cook through, about 15 seconds. Transfer to a kitchen towel or tortilla warmer lined with towel; fold over to keep warm. Repeat, in batches, with remaining dough. Serve immediately or refrigerate and reheat.
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Cast Iron Tortilla Press - 8“ diameter
Cast Iron Tortilla Press - 8“ diameter
Griddles & Grill Pans - Enjoy traditional Mexican entrees at home using this 8-inch tortilla press. Evenly-weighted top and bottom cast-iron plates press tortillas to equal thickness from center to edges. Heavyweight tortilla maker eliminates air pockets, pressing masa evenly to easily make authentic homemade tortillas for tacos, empanadas, chalupas, tostadas and burritos. This cast-iron tortilla press makes 8-inch low-fat pita or flatbread. Pressing-plate lever allows easy lowering of top plate. Recipe included. Wipe clean.Product Features Authentic heavyweight press makes 8-inch tortillas, pita or flatbread Evenly-weighted plates press tortillas to equal thickness from center to edges Make traditional homemade tortillas for tacos, empanadas, chalupas, tostados and burritos Pressing-plate lever to easily lower top plate Includes recipe IMUSA is the #1 cookware brand in Latin America - Specifications Model: Victoria-85008 Material: cast-iron 8“ Dia. (10“L w/handle) x 1“H (3“ w/handle) Weight: 7-lb., 10-oz. Made in Colombia Care and Use Wipe clean Safe for gas, electric, ceramic, glass top and induction cooktops To make a corn tortilla: place wax paper on bottom plate, add masa and another sheet of wax paper. To cook a corn tortilla: allow tortilla to cook on griddle for approximately 15 seconds to set dough, flip and cook for 1 minute, then flip again to “puffing“ side for 10 seconds to expand layers. After cooking, clean tortilla press with hot water and a stiff brush. Do not use harsh detergent, as it can remove seasoning. Immediately towel dry thoroughly. While the tortilla press is dry, but still warm from the hot water bath, wipe a light coat of vegetable oil or cooking spray on all surfaces. Store in a cool, dry place. If you notice a metallic taste or see signs of rust, simply sc
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