The As Seen on TV commercials have this weird way of sucking me in. It is hard to look away from the fast-talking, affordable payment and fascinating product features that interrupt your regularly scheduled programming.
I fall for something every time.Especially late at night.
Most recently with the Perfect Tortilla pan.
From the AsSeenOnTV.com website
The Perfect Tortilla Pan lets you have crispy, delicious tortilla bowls right at home. Instantly turn any dish into a fun, flavorful meal. Just shape, bake and create,My Mom happened to stumble across the Perfect Tortilla Pan at Walmart. She called me with pure excitement in her voice. It was as if she had discovered a pot of gold. For only $10.88, it felt almost a good as gold. The price is so affordable.
With the Perfect Tortilla Pan Set, as seen on TV, your tortillas are always baked not fried, for all the flavor and none of the fat!
The Perfect Tortilla Pan is great for taco bowls, salads, dips and more – your family will love the Perfect Tortilla.
The Perfect Tortilla Pan will make a great Christmas present, or any other occasion for that matter. It is prices right, it is easy to use and it can be healthy.
Let me show/tell you how we use them:
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees (varies depending on oven).
The kit comes with 4 pans. On the television, they appear to be large. However, they are approx. 5-7".
Using your desired tortilla, drop one into the pan and shape it to match.
The tortillas can be baked for as little as 5 minutes or as much as 10 minutes, depending on how crispy you want them.
Gather toppings for your tortilla while they shells bake. You can be creative with this part. I went simple for the most part. I used shredded cheese, sour cream, lettuce, green onions, salsa and taco sauce.
Once the tortilla shells are done baking, remove them from the pan. They will take shape.
Begin filling the tortilla shell with your fixings.
Once you're all done, it's time to dig in and enjoy.
This is not a sponsored post. I just wanted to share with you this fun product. All opinions and views are my own.