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Chicago Metallic Baked Taco Rack
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- Constructed of steel for strength and durability
- Superior heat conduction
- Non-stick coating for easy removal of food and quick clean up
- Dishwasher safe
- 10-year warranty
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|Dimensions||3.75 inches x 15 inches x 7.25 inches||2 inches x 21 inches x 4.75 inches||7 inches x 14.75 inches x 3.5 inches||x x|
|Item Package Weight||2 pounds||0.3 pounds||2.35 pounds||1.1 pounds|
|Material||steel||Information not provided||Steel||Steel|
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I've just ordered my second rack and may order a third to make enough for parties.
I had to play with my method as I wanted no oil. The biggest trick is getting your tortillas flimsy enough to rest on the rack without cracking. This works best for me:
* I'm using regular sized corn tortillas (35 calories no fat each).
* Individually steam the tortillas for just under a minute (I use a bamboo steamer). Microwaving did not work for me.
* Use tongs to transfer and place on the rack.
* Bake at 350 for about twenty-five minutes (rotate rack half-way through for even cooking). I live at sea level in very low humidity. Other instructions suggest shorter cook times at higher temps -- my burn frequency increases when I cook faster.
* Tacos get shaped by the rack but don't stick to the rack.
* I bake tortilla chips while I'm at it. Cut the tortillas into wedges, sprinkle with whatever (lemon pepper is my current favorite) and spray with white vinegar to make the pepper stick. I suppose you could spice up your tacos the same way.
The result is a very crunchy, healthy, no fat taco. They are also slow to absorb moisture.
I love this product. The shells turn out crispy and not as salty as those from the store. One note: I use the recommended corn tortillas and found that it takes longer than the instructions say to get the shell to turn out crispy. I warm them first in a tortilla warmer for 1 minute then bake them for 10 minutes.
I recommend this product to anyone who loves crunchy shells and doesn't like a lot of salt.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love tacos, I like to eat them regularly. I do not like that there is a disturbing amount of ingredients in some taco shell packages when the corn tortilla ingredient list is so... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Andromeda
I love the idea, I just need to figure out how to keep the shells from slipping off when they just get in the oven if they stayed on it would be awesome! Read morePublished 9 days ago by Heather
Good idea... works badly. I've been wanting to fry my own tortillas and make my own taco shells for a long time. I thought that this akward, space-eating tool would help. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Repairman Jack
Terrible purchase - returned it right away. Don't take time to figure it out.Published 1 month ago by bigjimbo
Thought this would be easier to use. The tortillas really do not stay on the rack very well. Seems like there should be another piece to hold them in place better.Published 1 month ago by JH
I like this for making tacos. Yes the shells slip off easily - I don't see that as a problem, better than sticking!Published 1 month ago by Marcy M.
I was kind of bummed, my wife really wanted something to make taco shells easier so when I saw this I jumped all over this. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joshua
Try as I might, I could not get the taco shells to stay on the holders while baking. We followed directions to the letter, but just didn't have any luck. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cynthia B