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Fri, 30 Nov 2012 06:21:46 +0000

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By: yum

Mon, 08 Jun 2009 23:54:20 +0000

Interesting and elaborate instructions, but I never have trouble getting the tortilla out of the plastic bag and into the pan.... The tortilla press works great for me. *shrug* Your directions don't really seem easier to me, although I'm sure they work and result in a possibly larger tortilla. :) I also don't feel great about the idea of microwaving a plastic ziploc- that's not recommended, is it? But maybe I've just read too much scare literature on BPA's etc. -sea

By: Michael M

Mon, 08 Jun 2009 23:39:03 +0000

There is a much easier way to make tortillas. My attempts using a tortilla press were pretty much worthless. The thing is too small. What I do is use a Pyrex pie plate on a flat surface. (make sure its a relatively flat surface,if there is a bump under it it could break the plate.I broke one once because I did it on a counter that had a seam in the particle board swelling up and it cracked the plate right in half.) Get a large plastic bag and open it down the sides with a pair of scissors. Now,make up the masa dough and make it a little on the wet side,you will probably need to experiment a little to get it right. Take a ball of dough,put it on the middle of one side of the bag,fold it over and press it to the desired thickness. Sometimes rotating the plate can help. If it wont get thin enough,make the dough wetter. The worst problem is,its very hard to get the tortilla off the plastic and into a pan,it always falls apart,so dont even try. Take the whole thing,plastic and all,and put it in the microwave from 30-60 seconds. When your done,take it out,let it cool for a little bit and it will peel right off and hold together. You can now throw it in a pan and you have a perfect tortilla.

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