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Joseph Joseph 20085 Adjustable Rolling Pin Removable Rings Beech Wood Classic for Baking Dough Pizza Pie Cookies, Multicolored
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- Adjustable rolling pin evenly flattens dough to ensure uniform baking
- Solid beech construction with etched pastry-width measurement guide
- 1/16, 1/6, 1/4, and 3/8-inch removable discs make it simple to roll to a desired thickness
- Great for pizza and pie crusts, tarts, cookies, and more; hand-wash for best results
- Measures 2-1/2 by 16-1/2 by 2-1/2-inch
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Joseph Joseph is ever conscious of the space restrictions imposed by modern urban living. They are the masters of form and function. The Multi-Color Adjustable Rolling Pin Plus will take the guess work out of preparing pizza and pie bases, lasagna sheets and filo pastry. The rolling pin has four sets of colorful, removable discs which raise the rolling pin to the required thickness of 1/16-inch, 1/6-inch, 1/4-inch and 3/8-inch off the work surface. This clever devise will ensure that the pastry or dough is rolled to an even thickness throughout. Also etched into the wood is a pastry width measurement guide. Pin made of beech and measures 16-1/2-inch long and 2-1/2-inch diameter.
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Top Customer Reviews
It does have some limitations. It's not wide enough. *This makes it difficult to roll out pie crusts for typical 9" and 10" pies, which require crusts that are 14"+ in diameter, but for a "bar pie" that goes in a rectangular dish, this is a great tool.
Tea cakes and sugar cookies are a breeze to roll out with this pin. My aunt borrowed this rolling pin to make 6 dozen tea cakes for a wedding, and they all turned out beautifully. The tea cakes weren't uneven, they were perfectly flat, which helped them cook more evenly during the baking process.
This tool can be used to laminate dough for French pastries, such as croissants and puff pastry. It can be used to roll out dough for pasta, which has been a great help for me, due to the fact that I don't own a pasta making appliance.
My tapered rolling pin still has its place in my kitchen. It picks up the slack when my adjustable rolling pin can't handle a job.
Overall, it's a decent product but could use some redesigning.
I've attached a picture of my Aunt's lovely tea cake recipe! It's great and very simple. I recommend decorating with a buttercream or royal icing. Enjoy!
The result: I love this rolling pin. Now, it is so easy to make my gingerbread, shortbread, and sugar cookies. I don't have to worry about rolling too thin so it's very quick to roll the dough. And I especially love that my 6 year old son uses it very easily as well. Getting the rings on and off is easy and the sizes on the rings are marked. I highly recommend this rolling pin!
One additional note: the first pin shipped to me was not finished correctly. The wood was rough and I had to return it. The second one I received was perfect. My review is based on the second one.
If you're rolling out especially long or wide dough, you do have to be careful not to roll the ring across the edge - but I'm talking extremes. You won't run into this problem with the majority of your baking projects.
Just one tiny thing: Looking at it, you think there is every size for any thickness you could possibly want. However, I wish there was a size for a good cut-out cookie dough. I often use intricate cookie cutters, and the thin cookies tend to break easily, whereas thicker cookies are a bit too thick. Yeah - can't be perfect - and I happily accept the trade-off! Getting those nice even crusts is far more important!!
This is in my daughters' horde of kitchen stuff for when...ehem...they move out.