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OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Bladed Dough Blender and Cutter
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- Stainless steel blades easily cut butter into dry ingredients
- Soft grip absorbs pressure and is non-slip
- Dishwasher safe
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Preparing crumb topping is easy as pie with the OXO Good Grips Dough Blender with Blades. Sturdy stainless steel blades quickly cut butter or margarine into dry ingredients such as flour and sugar. The soft handle absorbs pressure and is non-slip for a secure grip.
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The blades of this one (five) are quite stout and do not bend and flex as most do. I hate flimsy utensils, so this one was a real pleasure when I started using it. As to the sturdiness, this one if far superior to the Wilton, Pampered Chief or Anco...there is just no comparison. Trust me, I have used them all.
There are some considerations though. As pointed out by one reviewer, this mixer is not compatible with smaller bowls. I use rather large and heavy mixing bowls so do not have that problem myself, but I can see were some might have. Secondly, cleaning by hand is a chore. I have found the best way to clean this thing up is to soak it for a bit and then simply throw it in the dishwasher. I usually like to hand wash all my equipment, but in this case I go for the washer. The other way I have used is the simple use of a longer bristled kitchen brush.
As an added tip, this is a good tool to make thin butter patties with and to slice eggs for salads..a very nice even cut.
If you do a large amount of "scratch" baking, then this one is going to make life a lot easier for you.
I suggest you look elsewhere for a better-made tool just like I'm about to.
I first learned to make this by hand,cutting the butter into the flour with my fingers. It is time consuming, but you get the feel of how the flour feels when it is at its best. I, then, started to make this in my food processor. That works wonderfully well, but the butter is over processed. Then, someone told me that for her best pie crust, she uses a dough blender, and she recommended the OXO. Most of my kitchen tools are by OXO, so I knew this would be quality.
This dough blender is perfect, the blades are well made, and sturdy. I proceeded with my recipe, it was very easy to cut the butter into the flour with this blender. The dough felt good, and the apple pie I made had the best crust I have made since I started making pie crust. It is not time consuming, you use few ingredients, and it is good to have the feel of the pie crust. Lots of compliments on the apple pie. Now, it is time for Thanksgiving, and I am thinking if the pies I will make.
Recommended. prisrob 11-10-14