Unitasker Wednesday: Nuni Taco Toaster

All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy!

Reader Jaz sent us a link to the Nuni Tortilla Toaster. With this unit you can toast six tortillas in less than a minute. It has five different toaster settings and an automatic release feature (similar to the auto pop-up on bread toasters) so that the tortillas slide out when they are toasted. Just watch the video.

By all accounts this is a unitasker. It does only one thing – toasts tortillas. It is large and would take up a significant amount of counter or cupboard space.

If I had lived my whole life in Canada eating typical Canadian foods, I would have wondered who would buy the Nuni Tortilla Toaster. However, I have had the wonderful opportunity of living in different places and experiencing different cultures. Now, living in Texas, I’ve realized that owning a device that would allow me to rapidly toast six tortillas at a time might be the only way one could keep up with hungry teenagers.

Thanks Jaz for bringing this unitasker to our attention.

5 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: Nuni Taco Toaster”

  1. posted by laura ann on

    I use a non stick skillet,it’s fast no hassle.

  2. posted by Vera on

    But is it weirder/more of a unitasker than a toaster for toasting toasts? That’s also its single purpose. You can put small slices of bread in it, but you could probably do that with a tortilla toaster as well.

  3. posted by Claire on

    My knowledge of tortillas and tacos is very limited but if we have tortillas we heat them up in the bag in the microwave 6 or 8 at time. I suppose they are not toasted but then what comes out in the video still seems pretty soft.

  4. posted by Teq on

    We have a gas stove so I heat them up directly over the open flame and flip them once or twice. Easy peasy cheesy

  5. posted by SkiptheBS on

    I found a garage sale rib rack that doubles as a taco shell bender/toaster. Simple toasted tortillas go on a cookie sheet and under a carefully watched broiler.

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