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Norpro 5 1/2-Inch Stainless Steel Funnel with Detachable Strainer
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- Every home and kitchen will benefit from having this handy funnel. Measures: 5 1/2-inches inside diameter, 5-inches tall. Stem: 0.6-inch diameter, 2 1/8-inch long.
- Funnel has a perfectly narrow stem, ideal for filling small bottles and containers while keeping the kitchen counter free from spills. Funnel’s stem is equipped with an indent (air release channel), which allows funnels to vent and allows contents to flow better.
- Detachable strainer so solids can be filtered from liquids!
- Perfect for adding salt, pepper, herbs or spices into shakers or jars; transferring oils and vinegars into cruets or small decorative bottles for gifts; adding powdered drink mixes into water bottles and much more!
- Easy to store with convenient loop on the side to hang in garages, kitchens or utility rooms.
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Measures: 6.75" x 5.75" x 5" / 17cm x 14.5cm x 13cm
Norpro's Stainless Steel Funnel with Screen belongs with all your essential cooking tools. You can probably think of a hundred ways to use a stainless steel funnel, so choose a high quality funnel that can handle them all. Funnel has a perfectly narrow stem, ideal for filling small bottles and containers while keeping the kitchen counter free from spills. Funnel’s stem is equipped with an indent (air release channel), which allows funnels to vent and allows contents to flow better.Detachable strainer so solids can be filtered from liquids!Perfect for adding salt, pepper, herbs or spices into shakers or jars; transferring oils and vinegars into cruets or small decorative bottles for gifts; adding powdered drink mixes into water bottles and much more! Easy to store with convenient loop on the side to hang in garages, kitchens or utility rooms. Great for auto care, cleaning, restaurants, schools and labs! Made of heavy duty stainless steel. Dishwasher safe.
Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.
All kitchens need a funnel, and this big one does more than simply transfer liquids from one container to another without creating a mess. Inside there's a detachable strainer so solids can be filtered from liquids. Use it to strain out those burned bits from cooking oil so it can be reused, for example, or use when making beer, herb-infused vinegars, or garlic oil for cooking. The stainless-steel funnel is 6 inches in diameter, stands 5 inches high, is dishwasher-safe, and should prove helpful for a lifetime. Hang it by its handle. --Fred Brack
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In my accompanying video, we filtered some cooking oil that had been used a half-dozen times and had a lot of little food bits in it. When we got to the oil in the bottom of the deep fryer reservoir, there were so many particles that they were clogging the strainer. We found that raking the strainer with a table knife helped to clear the strainer and let oil flow, but knowing what we know now, I think we'll strain the oil after every 2-3 uses so there aren't as many particles.
The Norpro funnel and strainer get two thumbs up from us.
The nitty gritty about the funnel: it's sturdy, well made, and the strainer stays securely in place. It looks exactly like the picture, and does not feel flimsy or chintzy at all. It's easy to clean, and seats well in all of my awesome canning jars. Even the smaller, half-liter size. Definitely worth the $10 price tag.
Now for the warning to those who wish to use this funnel along with coffee filters to make delightful homemade infusions: I decided to test out my funnel + coffee filter apparatus before attempting to filter all three liters of extracted goodness, wanting to optimize the process and not waste a drop of my precious liquid sunshine. This was a fortunate decision on my part, as I decided to begin with filtering delicious, bacon-infused bourbon. I then proceeded to dump nearly the entire half liter all over my countertops. The compatibility of the funnel with #2 sized cone filters is a dirty, dirty lie! I had to hold the filters during the entire filtering process; if I let go, the filter would tip over, spilling the entire (unfiltered!) contents down the funnel or on the counter, and I had to start all over again. NOT good.
Finally, I finished filtering the bacon-infused bourbon, but vowed to find a better way. Since I don't own a coffee maker that requires filters, I had no clue where to start. So I scoured Amazon (I.e. browsed even more random stuff) for other filters and compared dimensions. I finally settled on the basket-style Melitta filters, and ended up buying both the junior 4-6 cup size, as well as the regular 8-12 cup size at Target. (What can I say? I'm impatient. Plus they were like $1.50 for 200.)
After trying multiple configurations, the way that worked best for me was to have the strainer in place, with two regular 8-12 cup size coffee filters on top. I was originally worried that the pull tab for the strainer would pierce the filters, but they were very sturdy and I didn't have any issues with perforation. When I finally ended up filtering my limoncello and arancello, I was pretty much a pro at the whole filtering thing, the process took much less time than I anticipated. I can't wait to make more delicious booze!
For those of you with Amazon Review ADD, the CliffsNotes version: Funnel is awesome. Buy it. To finely filter stuff, use regular-sized, basket-style Melitta coffee filters with it. Leave the strainer in place. Yes, even with the pull tab sticking up. No, it won't pierce the filters. Yes, I promise. Use 2 filters nested together. Replace with 2 more when they get clogged up. Repeat until you're happy with the result. Thank me for the great advice. Send me samples of your delicious, nicely filtered booze.
I probably have 10 funnels--some metal, some plastic, in a variety of shapes and sizes, but this one is already, in just a few weeks, becoming the one I go searching for first. Highly recommend
Very well-designed product