STAUB Black Silicone Rice Paddle Kitchen Gadgets 40503-110-0 £9.95

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The rice spoon, or shamoji in Japanese, is a large flat spoon used to stir and serve rice. The Japanese name literally means “rice paddle”, and this is reflected in the shape. The little nodules on the surface are a welcome addition to the traditional utensil, as they prevent the rice from sticking to the spoon.

Of course, the rice spoon can also be used for other grainy foods, such as couscous, polenta or millet. And it works wonderfully for ice-cream, too.

The STAUB rice spoon is part of the new utensils range that completes our assortment of kitchenware. It is made from black matte silicone, which is very heat-resistant and suitable for non-stick surfaces. For rice and other cereals, this is better than a metal spoon because it damages fewer grains. The ergonomic handle is made from acacia wood and has a hole for hanging storage.

  • Rice spoon, 22cm length
  • Silicone head piece width of 7.6cm
  • Solid Acacia wood handle
  • Matte black silicone head piece
  • Suitable for use on non-stick and enamelled surfaces
  • Silicone heat resistance to 220°C
  • Hand wash only
  • Designed by STAUB
Length:22 cm
Width:7.6 cm
EAN: 3272340041020

The STAUB brand has its origins in France – more precisely in Alsace, a region world famous for its culinary artistry and good food. The product range focuses on cast iron and ceramic cookware for consumers who seek the authentic and emotional experience of cooking and taste. STAUB products perfectly combine traditional craftsmanship and state of the art technology. Renowned restaurateurs the world over have come to appreciate the high quality of the products, which explains why they are not just used in the kitchens of prestigious restaurants. Even amateur cooks can enjoy the benefits of preparing with STAUB products and the possibility of serving food directly to the table.

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