12 Inch Tortilla Making Equipment , SS304 Flour Tortilla Machine
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|Material||304 Stainless Steel||Powe||21kw|
|Warranty||1year||Feature||Low Energy High Speed|
12 Inch Tortilla Making Equipment,
Corrion Resisrant Tortilla Making Equipment,
SS304 Flour Tortilla Machine
Commercial Grain Corn Flour Tortilla Chapati Maker Machine Dough Feeder With Bakery Oven Production Line
1. The tortilla chips is a kind of snack made from corn powder. After being fried and flavored, crunchy triangle or other shapes chips can be made which is popular with children and adult.
2. Products: This line can be used to produce Doritos chips, snacks, cereals by adjusting the moulds from extruder;
|Raw materials||rice flour,corn, sugar, salt,oil water etc|
|voltage and power||
For several centuries, Mexican natives have enjoyed the rich flavors and nutritional benefits of fresh baked corn tortillas. Tortillas form the basis for many well known Mexican dishes such as tacos, burritos, chips, flautas, tostadas and enchiladas. And while they’re still a staple food in Mexico, the growing popularity of Mexican cuisine in North America, Europe and Asia have made tortillas a favorite food all over the world.
Tortilla, originally a corn flatbread, is one of the essential bread varieties that has been present in Mexican culture for thousands of years. The first tortilla was created out of the staple ingredient of indigenous cultures, the ubiquitous corn.
It was an ingredient used by the ancient Mesoamerican people, who would store the corn kernels and later process them to create masa, which was then formed into balls and hand pressed to create the familiar, round and thin tortilla. This ancient tradition is still present among some native Indian groups, who are excessively trained to perfect the art of making authentic tortillas.
The narrative of the tortilla has been inadvertently changed after the arrival of Spanish conquistadors to the area in the 15th century. The conquistadors brought their different culinary traditions, in which wheat played a crucial role, while the authentic corn was regarded as food of the plebeians.