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Sleeveless Floral Print Splicing Matching Midi Sling Dresses
Sleeveless Floral Print Splicing Matching Midi Sling Dresses Review
R. Christensen "RonC": I followed the instructions to the letter and could *not* get the tortillas to stay on the rack in order to bake them. I am returning this product as it is useless!
Robert M. Williams: If your trying to say away from fried foods like deep frying taco shells this is the unit for you. It works really well and does a decent job in cooking a shell that's better for you.
Rudi Franke: I'm a great believer in doing something if it saves money, so when I found a recipe that appealed to me that called for the use of taco shells I went to Amazon for something that would allow me to bake my own Tacos. We can bake them when we need them and we don't have to pay a higher price for pre-formed Taco shells. We get fresh, unbaked Tacos in a local Hispanic market for a very reasonable price and store the unused portion in our refrigerator eliminating having to store the remaining pre-formed shells in the pantry (a potential source of insect infestation). Going to Amazon allowed me to review all the taco baking devices available and finding the most practical one for us. It allows us to bake four at a time, just the amount we need; and coming from Chicago Metallic, we know it is a quality item. It also allow us to bake them to perfection to where they are just flexible enough to eat from and not have them break and crumble in our hands, making a mess at the table. With all these benefits, we will never buy store-bought, pre-formed Tacos, ever. Become believers, buy one of these and be happy!
Sandie "Sandie": Well constructed, I also bought the Kitchen supply taco rack, use one for shaping and the other for filling. They nest well for storage.
Sandy Toes: The first time I tried it, my shells failed miserably; one broke, another slipped off. So I read some really helpful reviews and followed their advice. I keep tortillas in the fridge, so after wrapping 4 tortillas in really damp paper towels, I microwaved them for 40 seconds. I draped them carefully (they were HOT!) over the rack, then sprayed oil on the shells. They took about 10 minutes to bake, but I didn't wait for the oven to completely heat up to 375. They came out perfectly crisp and easy to fill. They didn't drape completely flat to the mold, so could have easily gone another 10 seconds in the microwave. There was no need to spray both sides of the tortillas. This gets 4 stars because the product works, but not with mfg's instructions.So for corn tortillas from the fridge -preheat oven to 375wrap 4 tortillas in two WET paper towels, nuke for 50 secondscarefully drape tortillas over moldspray tortillas with oilbake for 8-10 minutes until goldenEDIT - I've used the device a few times and have decided that it's really more trouble than it's worth, so down to 3 stars it goes. I mostly just pour a little oil in a frypan and make taco shells freehand. It's faster, just as easy, and no more work. This rack is really a gimmick.