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Stainless Steel Spider Strainer Ladle Wire Skimmer Spoon with Long Handle for Kitchen Frying and Cooking, Pasta, Chip, Noodle(L)

Stainless Steel Spider Strainer Ladle Wire Skimmer Spoon with Long Handle for Kitchen Frying and Cooking, Pasta, Chip, Noodle(L)

Regular price $46.90 USD
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  • Material: This kitchen Strainer are made of high quality stainless steel, Net wiring and sturdy outer framework and handle, won?t react with foods, safety and durable.
  • Ergonomic Design: ergonomic handle is comfortable for handling without getting too close to the heat.
  • Easy to clean: Simply wish with Warm soapy water or put them in the dishwasher.
  • Easy to Store: The handle with large hanging hole is easy to hang on the shelf, and the appropriate size of the spoon can be put into the cabinet to make your kitchen more clean and tidy.
  • Wire Strainer: the concave net catches food securely while releasing oil and and other residue. Perfect for frying foods, like potato chips, chicken legs, and scoop up noodles, spaetzli, pasta, spaghetti and more.

Packaging includes: 1pcs Colander

Material: Stainless steel,Silicone

Size S: 273*66 mm/Size M:289*80mm/SizeL:326*98mm

Application: Hot pot,fried,spicy ,etc.

Color:Silver

Hot pot fat skimmer spoon made from durable stainless steel, strong and durable, will not rust or corrode, long handle can protect your hands from hot grease and oils while cooking or frying;

Stainless steel fine mesh strainer can easily skimming grease from soup, stock, and gravy, also can be used to clear debris from deep fryer, fish bowl, noodles mesh, easy to clean, dishwasher safe;

Safe to use stainless steel skimmer spoon: ergonomic handle is comfortable for handling without getting too close to the heat, dishwasher safe and easy to clean, a convenient hanging hole ensures space-saving storage;

Multifuntional fat skimmer: skimming grease from soup, stock and gravy; Scooping up the bits of breadcrumbs when deep frying;

DE-greasing breakfast sausages after boiling and frying; Taking out vegetables from water without using a colander, etc.

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