09 Jan. 1994|
Tortilla press diy,woodworking saws list,wood inlays and banding,barn playhouse building plans - For Outdoors
I’ve been using this awesome recipe for flour tortillas by Emily from Fuss Free Cooking, but would love to give some corn ones a go. A few years ago my husband bought me a tortilla press from Mexico at a local Mexican Food place. I’m greatly amused by the fact this post showed up this evening, when we had homemade tortillas for dinner this evening!
After checking every Latin-American food market in my neighborhood, I finally located a tortilla press, a tortilladora, at stop number five.
Living in Guam, where a tortilla press is not readily available, I will definately ask hubby to make this.
Roughly sawn, low-grade pine secured with black drywall screws that stuck out dangerously from the press. This piece will serve as the top, with the thin piece D interacting with the arm to create squeezing pressure. I think to get that much pressure manually you have to put it on the floor and stand on it.
Lay the plastic on the bottom of the press, and place one dough ball slightly off-center, towards the hinge. Flip the tortilla onto your palm, so the dough is touching your skin, and carefully remove the rest of the plastic.