Pastry Blender (5.25-in.) by Cuisipro
With these Accutec rasps, Cuisipro took its photo-etched blades and created the three essential rasps for a cook’s arsenal of tools. The rasps are literally razor-sharp for effortless grating and at the same time they are safer and more efficient then any other rasps available. The new rasps feature... See complete description »
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With the new Cuisipro Pastry Blender, the process of making a piecrust is as easy making the filling. This attractive kitchen tool combines six sturdy blades made from heavy gauge steel with an oversized handle to make blending butter and shortening into flour less work. The blades are "extended" blades wrapping up the sides to cover a larger surface area. They cut rather then mash fats and thus require less force when blending ingredients. The pastry blender’s plastic handle is large and sturdy so it can be grasped firmly offering stability and strength to the task of blending.
This works well, and speeds up prep time.
I have been using two knvies to cut my pie crust. This of course is so much easier.
I love this Pastry Blender! It's a great product.
This works great. The pie crust turned out tender and flaky. My old pastry blender had wires that were too close together; this one is so very much nicer.
i like this blender because the blades are sturdy and have an edge. perfect for pastry, smushing potatoes, egg salad or any prep that requires chopping/blending of soft foods..might even try cheese!<br>the handle is soft and cushions your palm during chopping/blending activity.
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Rolling out pastry can be frustrating, especially if it's a warm day and you're working with an especially soft, buttery recipe like pâte sablée. If it starts to get sticky and you're at your wit's end, just scrape it back together and refrigerate for 30 minutes to an hour while you take a break. Pastry dough can almost always be salvaged.