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  Mexican Kitchenware Tortilla Press SILVER 19cm Diameter

Tortilla Press SILVER 19cm Diameter

Tortilla Press SILVER 19cm Diameter
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SKU SKU162501
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£19.95
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Mexican Tortilla Press on sale at MexGrocer.co.uk. This silver tortilla press will produce 19cm corn tortillas to give your mealtimes an authentic Mexican twist.

First you make a masa dough using: 3 cups Maseca tortilla flour or masa harina, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1 1/2 to 2 cups of lukewarm water. You will need to mix the ingredients in a bowl and gather into balls, kneading dough until smooth (no longer sticky). Cover with a towel and allow to stand for 1 hour.

Making tortillas

Use a plastic wrap sheet to line the tortilla press. Use balls of dough from the masa you made earlier and place in the centre of the lined press. Cover the masa with a sheet of plastic wrap then lower the top of the press and push down the handle. Then open. At this stage, the tortilla will have plastic wrap on the bottom. Carefully peel away the plastic on top. Place your hand under the tortilla and flip the tortilla onto the other hand so the plastic is on top. Carefully peel away the plastic. Flip the tortilla onto a pre-heated, very hot griddle. When the tortilla begins to dry on the edges, flip it over. Cook until the top begins to puff. Tap lightly with your fingertips to allow for even puffing and let it cook for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Remove tortillas, wrap in a napkin or clean towel, and serve. Enjoy!

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