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Victoria TOR-003 Cast Iron Tortilla Press, 8″, Black

Size: 8 inch for over 75 years, Victoria has been perfecting the art of smart design in cast iron cookware, Finding the perfect balance between tradition & innovation. Make perfectly natural, flat and consistently thin tortillas with the internationally known Victoria cast iron tortilla press. The heavyweight construction means less effort and more consistency when pressing. This is the real deal. Say goodbye to store-bought tortillas (who knows what they even put in those) and hello to fun, fresh and healthy tortillas! this press is also known as a Pataconera and is great for making: tortillas, patacones, tostones, empanadas, arepas and more. Yes, it’s even strong enough for fried plantain tostones!.

Product Features

  • Heavy-duty cast iron for easy and even pressing, New & improved base & handle for resistance. Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Tortilladora casted in Colombia since 1986, Authentic by Victoria, don’t trust imitators!
  • Great for tortillas, patacones, tostones, empanadas, arepas, dumplings, mini pie shells, patacon pisao, & more
  • Comes with an extra screw for the lever. Includes detailed instructions on use and care. Overall width – side to side: 11.25 inch, Overall depth – front to back : 11 inch
  • Seasoned with 100% Non-GMO Flaxseed Oil. Low maintenance

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Anonymous says:

Perfect Tortillas Every Time! Growing up in Southern California, beans, rice and tortillas are comfort food.I make my own beans and rice, but have been using store bought tortillas. I decided I was done with that, got some Masa Harina and started making my own. I used a rolling pin, bottom of a pan, but couldn’t get that uniformly thin tortilla I desired.I researched tortilla presses, read the reviews and decided to pay a bit more for this one. I’m glad I did.The press arrived in good…

Anonymous says:

This press is amazing!! This press is amazing!!! I bought it to make homemade paleo tortillas. The reviews saying this is only for corn tortillas is bogus. Also, if you are wondering about the handle, it is attached to the botton plate w/ a thick metal bolt and pin. They even send you an extra one. The majority of the pressing comes from the weight of the plates. If you are sticking a ball of dough on the plate pressing the plates down as far as they can go on the first press and then trying to press it the rest of…

Anonymous says:

No more store bought.

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