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Norpro 6-Inch Tortilla Press, Cast Aluminum by Norpro

  • There is nothing like the taste of homemade corn tortillas! They...
  • Simply insert a ball of masa and with one press, a fresh tortilla! ...
  • This traditional press is sturdy, durable and has excellent...

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Measures: 1.25" x 6" x 6" / 3cm x 15cm x 15cm. There is nothing like the taste of homemade corn tortillas! They taste much better and fresher than store bought tortillas. With the Norpro 6” Cast Aluminum tortilla press, you can make homemade tortillas in no time. This traditional press is sturdy, durable and has excellent leverage. Great for large quantities! Simply insert a ball of masa and with one press, a fresh tortilla!  Easy to use, easy to clean, compact for easy storage. Recipe included! To clean, wipe with damp or dry cloth. Hint: Use two pieces of wax paper, parchment paper or saran wrap to line each side before placing the ball of dough in the press. This will keep your tortillas from sticking to the press. *Not intended for flour tortillas.

Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.

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This traditional press allows home cooks to make corn tortillas that are superior to the mass-produced product found in supermarkets from Oaxaca to Cheyenne. Simply follow the easy recipe included with the press, roll up a ball of dough, press it down lightly with your fingertips in the center of the press, and push down the press's lever. Not only does this yield better-tasting tortillas, it's tons of fun--especially for kids. Norpro's 6-inch press is made of heavy cast aluminum polished to a chrome finish. --Fred Brack

SHINKODA Manual Food Processor 4 Cup Hand Chopper Blender Mixer Small Salad Spinner for Vegetables Fruits Nuts Onions Cheese Meat by SHINKODA

  • Dishwasher safe.
  • TUV rheinland certified.
  • Ships from USA, 30 day money back, 1 year warranty.

$22.99

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SHINKODA multi function food processor

A food chopper, salad spinner, mixer & blender In one!

Just turn the handle to slice, dice, chop, mix, whip, strain, separate and so much more, no mess, no fuss just fast, simple, perfect results.

100% brand new and high quality, BPA free, food safe plastic, ultra sharp stainless steel blades.

Easy to clean, dishwasher safe, easy to store, simple, lightweight, durable, quiet and eco-friendly.

Perfect for quickly making salads or cooking with veggies.

Running without electricity, vegetables and fruits can be processed maintain authentic taste, maintain the maximum nutrition.


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How to make Datemaki(Japanese New Year foods=Osechi) Material 5 eggs Sugar 1+1/2 tablespoon Mirin 1 tablespoon Soup soy sauce 1/2 teaspoon Hanpen .

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  • Gomasio next seasoning on culinary horizon

    08/01/15 ,via Hattiesburg American

    Gomasio traditionally is made using a suribachi, a Japanese-style mortar and pestle. The interior of a suribachi has sharp ridges, which make it excellent for grinding nuts and seeds. But a food processor works just as well. GOMASIO. Start to finish

  • Acclaimed Chef Martin Morales Shares Peru's Cuisine, Culture

    07/29/15 ,via NBCNews.com

    You've got 500 years of fusion and migration - of Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and African people - all of which have brought their own touch, their own techniques, and new ingredients and mixed them with Peruvian. It's that variety and the

  • JAPANESE HOME COOKING: Okinawa's 'duruwakashi': taro and pork

    07/28/15 ,via Asahi Shimbun

    She recommends boiling it until soft, chopping it, then running it through a food processor. Since paste dishes go bad easily, she says heat it well. She then recommends turning off the heat once the ingredients and the taro have combined and the

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    08/02/15 ,via WesternDailyPress

    Like other private households, mine doesn't have a Josper – but I do have a new form of Japanese-style charcoal-fuelled ceramic ... Another tool brought up the rear. A mini food processor is what you need for making small amounts of a million or more ...

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    08/02/15 ,via The Guardian - Nigeria

    Though Cote D’Ivoire leads the ECOWAS region in the crop’s export to European markets, some Asian countries produce better quality drupe and have penetrated the market more. Food processors in the EU still find the dried mango suitable for their ...

  • Gomasio next seasoning on culinary horizon

    08/01/15 ,via Hattiesburg American

    And it’s easy. Gomasio traditionally is made using a suribachi, a Japanese-style mortar and pestle. The interior of a suribachi has sharp ridges, which make it excellent for grinding nuts and seeds. But a food processor works just as well. In a small ...

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Mahimahi in almond-panko crust with peas and bacon
Mahimahi in almond-panko crust with peas and bacon
This recipe is based on a Mahimahi with macadamia nut crust recipe found on www.epicurious.com/, but with some modifications, most notably that I didn't use macadamia nuts, but almonds instead. Here's how I did it: Ingredients 2 mahimahi fillets, skinned 1/2 cup freshly squeezed lime juice 1/3 cup panko (japanese breadcrumb) 1/4 cup blanched, toasted and chopped almonds 1 tablespoon minced fresh cilantro 1/2 teaspoon salt 4 tablespoon (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, melted Preparation Links open photos of each step. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Farenheit (180 degrees Celsius) Squeeze juice out of two limes (or enough to make about 1/2 cup), and pour over fillets in a shallow bowl, to cover (almost). Let marinate for 1 hour, turning occasionally. Meanwhile, boil some water and blanch the almonds in it. This will only take about 20 seconds. Run the almonds under cold water to cool, then slip them out of their skins by pinching between thumb and forefinger. Lay them on paper towels...
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Technology, Fashion and Toys played an increasingly important part in people's lives in the 70s. Ceefax: 1974 Launched in 1974, Ceefax went live with 30 pages and was the first teletext service in the world. Started as an experiment for the deaf, Ceefax developed into an instant news, sports and information service for millions of armchair surfers. Colour Television Sets Introduced on BBC 2 for Wimbledon coverage on July 1, 1967. The launch of the BBC 2 "full" color service took place on December 2, 1967. Some British TV programs, however, had been produced in color even before the introduction of color television in 1967, for the purpose of sales to American, Canadian, and Filipino networks. BBC 1 and ITV started color transmissions November 15, 1969. The first colour sets became available in Britain in 1967, when BBC2 started broadcasting in colour. (Note BBC1 and ITV didn't go colour until 1969.) A typical 22" colour set would have cost £300 in 1967, or...
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Fukushima Food Processor
Fukushima Food Processor
Our first food processor arrived today. This changes everything! It took a few weeks to arrive because it comes from Fukushima prefecture. If you know Iron Chef, you know Michiba-san. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fukushima_Prefecture www.michiba-kp.com/
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