The company’s new heavy duty tortilla press has the same base as its original tortilla press, but features an enhanced new model. The new press will also mark the debut of a specially-formulated iron recipe that renders cast iron pieces virtually indestructible, according to the company. Victoria also redesigned the plates and lever to produce more even, homogeneous tortillas, and also better, flatter smashed foods, such as tostones.
Victoria will also present a new square-shaped deep frying pan. The product can be used for a variety of cooking styles, including baking, frying, steaming, sautéing, roasting and broiling. The cookware can also go from the stovetop to the oven, the company said.
In addition, a cast iron roaster, also new for the company, was created with both form and function in mind. The roaster was designed after the look of a family heirloom for oven-to-table purposes and combines the heat retention properties of cast iron to cook casseroles and roast full chickens, for example.