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KitchenAid Gourmet Scoop Strainer (Black)
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- The unique oval-shaped head is perfect for scooping and straining vegetables and noodles.
- The heavy duty stainless steel head resists rust.
- This scoop strainer is great for various kitchen tasks such as scooping and straining a variety of fruits, vegetables and meats.
- A hole in the ergonomic handle allows convenient hanging storage.
- This scoop strainer is completely dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.
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|Dimensions||16 inches x 2.4 inches x 7.2 inches||4.72 inches x 4.72 inches x 0.39 inches||1.5 inches x 15 inches x 5 inches||16 inches x 2.4 inches x 7.2 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.4 pounds||0.16 pounds||0.3 pounds||0.35 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
KitchenAid Gourmet Gadgets
KitchenAid Gourmet Cookie Dough Scoop
Constructed of stainless steel, with soft-grip handles for comfort and durability. The scoop measures about 1.5 tablespoons of dough, perfect for all recipes.
KitchenAid Gourmet Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons
Each cup is expertly crafted from quality stainless steel to resist rust. This set of 4 includes: 1/4-, 1/2-, 1 teaspoon and 1 tablespoon sizes.
KitchenAid Gourmet Soft-Handle Pizza Wheel
The pizza wheel slices all your favorite pizzas with ease. A durable, sharp stainless steel blade resists rust. The angled wheel allows optimal comfort and performance.
KitchenAid Gourmet Wire Masher
The masher is essential for smooth mashed potatoes or other vegetables or fruit. The thick wire head mashes soft vegetables and fruits with ease.
Every Kitchen Need Met
KitchenAid Gourmet Stainless Steel Pie Server
Serve all your favorite pies quickly and easily. Server is easy to clean and never needs polishing.
KitchenAid Gourmet Stainless Steel Measuring Cups
This set of 4 includes: 1/4-, 1/3-, 1/2- and 1 cup sizes. Cups fit inside one another for easy storage.
KitchenAid Gourmet Asian Strainer
Strainer scoops food out of hot water and oil with ease. An extra-wide opening helps to drain liquids quickly.
KitchenAid Gourmet Box Grater
Grater allows easy, mess-free grating of foods and cheeses. A 3-cup container fits inside the grater to catch the shavings.
About KitchenAid Gadgets
Gadgets help you bring your gourmet dishes to life!
- Innovative gadgets well-equipped for your kitchen
- The KitchenAid collection includes an impressive assortment of tools and gadgets
Features and Benefits
Caring for Stainless Steel Gadgets
- Each piece is constructed from sturdy, durable plastic and stainless steel components for great performance
- Every tool is safe to use on all cookware, including nonstick, and is heat resistant up to 450 degrees
- KitchenAid Gourmet Gadgets are dishwasher safe. (Excludes KitchenAid Gourmet Soft Grip Can Opener)
Top Customer Reviews
The KitchenAid spatula is a full 12” long with an angled end that is 3” wide. The handle is 6” long and really fits my hand very nicely. I don't know if it was by design or not, but there is a concaved place on the underside of the handle for my index finger to rest in; nice touch. The handle also has a hole at the back end for hanging the spatula away. When I picked up the spatula, I was surprised how lightweight this utensil is; only 2.8 ounces. The handle appears to be made out of a polycarbonate plastic and the metal flipper end is made of a rust-resistant stainless steel. Unlike most nylon spatulas, the working end of this KitchenAid spatula is really thin, and thus very flexible. There is a built-in bend in the stainless steel about a third of the way from the spatula's tip that really aids in sliding it under delicate foods like crepes, or even when flipping over an egg. But KitchenAid didn't stop there. The top front edge of the spatula is also beveled to make getting under and turning foods so much easier.
According to KitchenAid, this spatula is safe for all cookware, including nonstick cookware. Even though the front corners are rounded and smooth, I can see why some might not want to use a metal spatula in a nonstick frying pan or in a wok.Read more ›
This is a great turner. These days it seems very hard to find a decent metal spatula. When I was looking, most that I can find are nylon, which are ideal for non-stick cookware, but are somewhat thick, and completely unnecessary for use with metal cookware. A good metal spatula is great with metal cookware, because they do not melt, and can be thin enough to slide easily under delicate food.
This turner has everything a great fish turner needs (even though it is technically a fish turner, it can perform general spatula duty): flex for getting under food, a curved tip to make doing so easier even in a small skillet, a beveled rather than blunt edge (a very important feature) again for navigating between food and cookware as well as for cutting, sturdy enough to pick up even heavy foods, and a comfortable handle. The handle is lightweight, unlike those on some other KitchenAid tools, and more pleasant to work with because of it. The blade is 6” long, the “neck” 1”, and the handle 5”. The only complaint I have is that water from the dishwasher gets into the handle where it joins the blade¬¬--only a drop or two, but it does make its way back out between the grey and black plastic joint and onto your index finger when you use it until it has a chance to dry. A short amount of vigorous shaking will ensure that the water comes back out immediately, and a little caulk will fix the issue, but shouldn’t have been necessary.
The one trade off is that I most certainly wouldn't use this in my non-stick pans. For that, what ever KitchenAid claims, a nylon spatula is the way to go. But the two aren't interchangeable. I've never found a nylon spatula that is durable as metal. Whatever makers say, they all melt eventually or wear down. That isn't the case with a good metal spatula. Which is why you should have both.
Update: I tried it with eggs over easy and it's a good size for that. I find I also like to use it to turn foods in my countertop toaster oven as the spatula is narrow enough to move around in there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looks good and works as it's supposed to. The first one we had lasted for about 10 years before the basting head separated from the handle. Expect this to last as long or longer.Published 21 days ago by Hayabusa
The flexibility is perfect, allows you to get under stuff and manage your skillet like a champ. Well worth the moneyPublished 4 months ago by Velocanuck
We have several spatula's and this is easily the best looking. It has an expensive, high-quality appearance that looks great even when it's just hanging on the hook. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hobgoblin
This longer spatula is much more handy than the usual-shaped spatula for turning items such as fish--the longer shape allows items to be flipped without their breaking in half. Read morePublished 7 months ago by tintintoo
It's very lightweight and durable, but most of the pans I use on a regular basis are non-stick, so I'm not going to get as much use out of this as I wanted. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Krystal James
With all of the food served for Christmas today, this little device came in very handy. It reaches deeply into the dish and while it is flexible, it is still able to pick up a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anthony Sanchez