I’m not a huge baking type person. In fact the first time I saw a dough blender I vaguely recall thinking it was some sort of personal defense weapon my mom kept in the kitchen drawer “just in case.” Just in case of what I’m not sure…a rogue martial artist wielding a samurai sword come for revenge? Oh wait, that was “Kill Bill, Volume Something.” Or maybe the visor that Snake-Eyes wore from GI Joe, the original toys, not the movie…and yes, I know about the original GI Joe. Okay, so I mean the original toys from the 80’s, not the 60’s/70’s which were an entirely different thing.
Where was I? Sunsella Dough Blender, right! So when I first saw one I thought it was dangerous. And while it’s not quite as dangerous as a Mandolin Slicer (those things are just scary), it definitely takes a little more getting used to than a spoon (and no, I don’t want to hear about the dangers of an angry mom wielding a wooden mixing spoon, I’ve had more than one broken on the back of my hand thank you very much).
So while it looks dangerous, a dough blender is a real necessity when you are baking. Its main use is to cut your cold shortening or butter into your flour. This keeps it from melting and helps the pastry become nice and flaky and light. It’s a definite need if you do any baking on a regular basis. Or if you need to fight off some pesky ninja!
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
- Non-Slip, Ergonomic Rubber Handle
- High Grade Stainless Steel Blades
- High-quality Blender
- Perfect for pastries, pie, pizza, cookies, mashing fruit and vegetables for baby food, or slicing eggs
- Cuts butter into flour with ease
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