Sili Gourmet Oil Jar with Silicone Brush (8-in.) by William Bounds
This great set features a glass jar, with a stainless and silicone top, that's attached to our patented Sili basting brush. The top has a silicone ring designed to help seal the jar between uses and keeps the glass jar protected. Use this handy set to keep oil, clarified butter or marinades close at... See complete description »
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This great set features a glass jar, with a stainless and silicone top, that's attached to our patented Sili basting brush. The top has a silicone ring designed to help seal the jar between uses and keeps the glass jar protected. Use this handy set to keep oil, clarified butter or marinades close at hand when cooking. The brush can be used directly on a hot pan, bakeware or brush right on your food. You can also take it to the table for your quests to enjoy. To embellish your cooking with tasty sauces and spicy marinades, nothing beats a good basting brush. Traditional brushes with natural or nylon bristles can be a cleaning nightmare, but not this one. Ideal for use on the range, the oven, the BBQ, or for anything from roasts to pastry dough.
It is easy to use and does not waist oil.
The oil jar does a simple but effective job of allowing a thin film of oil to be spread on a pan. The silicone brush leaves no bristle behind and can be used on a hot pan. I like this method of controlling fat much better than messy sprays.
I love the concept and I am pleased using it everyday! I found it to be a bit pricey and it came separately from my other purchases, which meant I had to pay extra shipping... again it would be nice to have been informed of this.
again, I am not to pleased with the glass. My husband likes the concept tho. But continueous use will contaminate the oil.
This is a high quality oil dispenser that looks attractive sitting on my counter. While the silicone brush does a good job coating a skillet, the jar also has two pour spouts if I need more oil. Love the product.
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