GOBAM Wood Rolling Pin
It is 11 inches in length, with a 1.38-inch diameter. This traditional wooden rolling pin is a bit smaller than most, making it the perfect size for rolling tortillas.
Then, can I use a regular rolling pin for lefse?
Corrugated rolling pin, preferably with cloth cover. If you try a regular rolling pin, your lefse will stick, and again you’ll wonder why ! @#$ etc.
In this way, how do you roll lefse?
Roll out lefse:
With floured hand, slightly flatten one piece of refrigerated dough into a puck. Gently roll the puck from center of dough outwards. Change direction slightly with each roll, so dough spreads evenly into a round shape. Sprinkle lightly with flour as needed to prevent sticking.
How do you roll up tortillas?
There are three main types of rolling pins: tapered rolling pins, straight (cylindrical) rolling pins and rolling pins with handles.
A lefse rolling pin is a rolling pin with 3 mm (⅛ inch) wide grooves carved into the surface. It is designed specially for making the Norwegian flat breads known as lefse.
A palote (aka tortilla pin) is a handle-less rolling pin used in northern Mexico for rolling out flour tortillas (corn tortillas, made in central and southern Mexico, are made with a tortilla press.)
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A Tortilla press is a mechanical contraption used to make tortillas. Its also known as Tortilladora or Prensa para tortillas and it can either be metal or wooden.
Traditional corrugated lefse rolling pin for making potato lefse. The pin needed to make those authentic markings on your lefse rounds! Why use a corrugated rolling pin? Believe it or not, it helps to push your lefse dough out, getting it thinner and thinner.