What is the best way to heat a tortilla? We’ve put men on the moon and taught cars how to drive themselves, but to date have come up with just a handful of good ways to heat a tortilla. Well done, humanity.
Luckily, the Nuni Tortilla Toaster can now add to history’s account of human progress. But what did people do before the tortilla toaster? If you want to mix your salsa verde with the dark ages, here are 8 ridiculous ways humans have been heating their tortillas.
Because who’s got the patience to use a pan?
For those who have fingertips of steel...and the patience to flip tortilla after tortilla after tortilla after tortilla...by hand.
Instructions: “Pre-heat oven to 350º. Place tortillas in aluminum foil for 15-20 minutes. Remove and enjoy.” Seriously? We’re making tacos, not double fudge brownies, people.
For those who want to sacrifice both texture and taste, here’s a good option. (But really, please don't stoop this low.)
Almost a good idea...minus the burned edges and tears from cramming the tortilla into the toaster. (This is where the Nuni Toaster shines.)
We still don’t particularly get this one.
"The tacos will be ready in approximately three hours."
Eh, there are worse things in the world than a cold corn tortilla, right? [WRONG!]
The Nuni Tortilla Toaster toasts up to six corn, flour, or wheat tortillas perfectly in 60 seconds. The toaster’s sleek design fits any modern kitchen and promises to make Taco Tuesday a daily celebration.