Verve Culture is turning your kitchen into the most visited room in your home with artisan tools and tastes that can create memorable experiences with friends and family. Featured as a great new cooking tool to try during social distancing is the brand’s best-selling Tortilla Press Kit. The beautiful red metal piece was reviewed for making homemade corn tortillas. Best of all, the FDA-friendly, lead-free paint prevents rust, and won’t flake.
Made in Mexico from old Singer sewing machines and other recycled irons, you get uniform, flat tortillas from this long-lasting cast iron. Verve Culture also has a tortilla recipe for you to follow. Mix equal parts masa corn flour (widely available in grocery stores) with water; roll dough into a golf ball-sized circle, put it in the press and close it. Press once, rotate, and gently press again. Cook up to one minute on each side. Then keep your tortillas warm in the included handmade “servietta” napkin. If the recipe is followed correctly, they should be chewy in the middle with crispy edges and a delicious slightly “corn-y” taste.
Other items in the Verve Culture Mexico collection include the two different sizes of artisan juicers that extract every drop of juice, while the strainer catches seeds and pulp. The handblown glassware is also a popular choice. Choose from drinking glass sets in two different colors, a carafe and a pitcher.
For your barware, Verve Culture makes the Mezcal and Tequila Infusion and Tasting Kit sure to be a hit at your next gathering. The popularity of tequila and its sibling mezcal, are skyrocketing—and people are experimenting with their own flavors and infusions. Each kit comes with four hand blown glass tasting cups, a wide top decanter with cork seal and infusion recipes.
Check out Verve Culture for the tortilla press that makes homemade tortillas an easy and delicious kitchen project.
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