Having a spoon like this with a longer handle makes it easier to sling the sauce or glaze in the direction that you desire.
You would be amazed at how the simple addition of a glaze or sauce in a stylized pattern across the dish of you entrée or dessert can elevate the style and visual appearance of your prepared item.
For decorating purposes, they are especially fun and easy to use, using them for cake/cookies decorations. And we are sure that anyone handy in the kitchen will find loads of uses for these.
Take a Decorative Spoon and turn your plate into an edible canvas! Drizzle coulis, sauces, caramel,
purées and balsamic in wonderful shapes and patterns to add that professional to your dishes
and desserts. With the Decorative Spoon, impress your guests and easily make a fancy plate
presentation like you see in elegant restaurants.
Ideal for making decorations with dessert sauce, fruit sauce, coulis, caramel, chocolate, cream
sauce, salad dressing, balsamic vinaigrette, hollandaise sauce, and gravy.
Package Included :
1 x Large size decorating spoon
1 x small size decorating spoon
Material: stainless steel 430 and PP plastic
Color: Gray and sliver
Question:Will the tip of the culinary precision drawing decorating spoon block food like a funnel?
Answer:I use these for funneling soap powder into tubing and they're so useful! I wish I'd come up with this ages ago. I think these could be great for people working with beads or any tiny scoopable thing they wish to move into a container with a smallish opening. Better than a funnel though, because they're less likely to clog up.
Question:did it easy to use and clean?
Answer:sure. I am a crafter who is heavily into crafting and these spoons are like giant quill pins that I can use with paint and have been great for doing effects work in scrap booking and paper craft. The shape and heft of the handle is exactly like a pen and easy to manipulate, that they are stainless steel and dishwater safe is a bonus - one less item to soak in turpentine.
Question:Does this work for filling baked goods？
Answer:We would not recommend for filling baked goods, instead you may try a pastry tip/bag combo.This is for sauces and plates in fancy presentations.