Flatev Tortilla Maker

May 9, 2016

Category: Tech

Hold on to your sombreros, Taco Tuesday is about to get real. Now, thanks to the Flatev tortilla maker, you can enjoy freshly-made tortillas from within the confines of your own home. Functioning much like a Keurig, on-demand fresh tortillas are made possible with the help of prepackaged, single-use ingredient pods that contain everything you need to make one fresh and hot tortilla at a time.

The process is insanely simple. Just choose your dough, which ranges in different flavors depending on you palate or plate, insert the pod into the drawer, and push the button. From here, the batch of dough enters the baking system and after just a few seconds, it’s ready to enjoy. There is also a setting that adjusts the crispness of the tortilla so you can have complete control over the baking process if you choose. Pods are available in both corn and flour and are made from organic, non-GMO ingredients. The Flatev is currently available for reservation on Kickstarter. Prices start at $239. [Purchase]

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