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  • Black Iron Tortilla Press created for KOL restaurant

Black Iron Tortilla Press created for KOL restaurant

  • £150.85

  • Ex Tax: £125.71


Black Iron Tortilla Press

Designed and developed in collaboration with Santiago Lastra, chef patron of exciting new Mexican restaurant, KOL, in the heart of Marylebone, London

Consistently makes authentic thin Mexican tortillas up to 9½ inch (24cm) diameter. 
Two flat black iron plates with stainless steel nuts and bolts. 
The heavy duty black iron lever handle can squeeze the masa harina dough with great pressure.
The durable 99.1% pure iron is pre-seasoned with flax oil.
Hand made British oak top knob and handles with brass fittings.

Watch the Tortilla Press in use at KOL.



Weight: 11lbs (4.97kg).
Diameter of plates 10 inches ( 25.5cms). 
Total length with handle 13  inches ( 34cms). 

Santiago Lastra, chef patron of exciting new Mexican restaurant, KOL, in the heart of Marylebone, London

Santiago has worked to combine "the finest expressions of British ingredients to create dishes that reflect the bright, fresh flavours of Mexico"  His cooking is "anchored in an understanding of using simple flavours in bold combinations"
He and his brother, Eduardo have also worked to source the very best kitchenware, tableware, napery and glassware for the kitchen. 
This is what brought them to us, when they wanted to source a restaurant quality tortilla press that would stand up to daily use.  Combining their expertise with ours, together we have created the KOL tortilla press, for you to use at home.
 With two black iron plates, a black iron handles and hand made British oak handles, this press combines the joy of home made Mexican tortillas with the beauty of British craftsmanship.
Put a piece of parchment paper on the bottom plate of the open press and sit your ball of tortilla dough in the centre.  Cover with another piece of parchment paper and bring down the top plate using the handle.  Press down firmly to make a thin, round tortilla.  

Watch Santiago using the Tortilla Press on James Martin's Saturday Kitchen

....and if you want to see the full programme, click the banner below to watch the series 6, episode 19 of James Martin's Saturday Kitchen, aired on the 1st of April 2023. Santiago starts his recipe 39 minutes into the show, 

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