Tortilla, chapati, naan, pita, focaccia, roti, lavash, lefse–each one of these contributing to twelve other flatbreads could be baked nicely within this ingenious countertop appliance while their fillings are generally cooking or warming within the appliance’s skillet. Besides the fir,440-watt appliance make flatbreads simple to prepare, an in depth, color-photo, 122-page guide arrives to supply recipes for breads and fillings, opening a whole ethnic-cooking world to novice and expert cooks alike. For ultimate ease, frozen doughs (pizza, crescent rolls, biscuits, cornbread, breadsticks, etc.) may also be used.
The applying works by doing this: The low portion is really a nonstick bread press. Preheat the press, convey a ball of dough around the removable nonstick paddle, and flatten the dough right into a 9-inch round by lowering and locking the press handle. The flatbread then cooks and slides easily from the paddle afterward. Atop the applying is really a built-in, 9-inch, nonstick skillet having a glass lid you can use to help brown cooked flatbreads, to ensure that they’re warm, in order to prepare or warm fillings. The skillet works like every electric skillet and it has three temperatures: warm medium for baking thick breads like focaccia and for sautéing, stir-frying, and pan-frying foods. For storage, the press handle arrives and suits a rear slot. –Fred Brack
- Bakes over 20 types of flatbreads
- Nonstick 9-inch bread press with lighted on/off switch
- Nonstick skillet with three temperatures and glass lid
- Color recipe book with more than 75 recipes for breads, fillings
- one foot wide, one foot high, 14 inches deep
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