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STEP 5: To remove the pressed dough, open the lid of the press and gently peel back the plastic sheet from the dough disc. Repeat until all tortillas have been formed.
STEP 6 : Tortilla should be even thickness and approximately 6 inches in diameter. Practice makes perfect! Cook for 60—90 seconds and flip to cook the other side. Stack cooked tortillas and keep warm in the traditional Servietta cloth napkin. Paula E.
Morton is a journalist in St. Augustine, Florida.
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