|Material Type||Stainless Steel,Wood|
|Item Weight||113 g|
|Product Dimensions||32.99 x 7.49 x 3.99 cm|
TEEVEA Danish Whisk Stainless Steel Dutch Style Bread Dough Hand Mixer Wooden Handle Kitchen Baking Tools Artisian Blender, Dough Whisk, Dough Whisk
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- ★ Upgraded version: double eyes design, double times effect
- ★ much sturdier: wires Circle will never detach from wood
- ★ LIFETIME , Easy to clean, multi-use.
- ★ must-have for baking dough lovers
- ★ QUALITY Dough Whisk was born only for you!
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And yes, as has been noted, that hole in the wood where the whisk enters is a minor problem, easily fixed by a strategic squirt of silicone sealer to fill it in. I really recommend doing this and then never having to worry about it.
But I had to make an exception for this Danish dough whisk. As a person of very recent Danish ancestry, I had never heard of these little miracle workers, but I was surfing YouTube watching kitchen shows one day and saw Chris Thingummie of Cook's Country report on how terrific they are. And so I came to Amazon and found one, and bought it, and OMG THIS THING IS AMAZING!
It's the simplest of gadgets: a sturdy wooden handle joined to a swizzle of stout wire. Looking at it, you would not think "that's going to mix up a huge bowl of bread dough with ferocious ease and efficiency!" And yet - it does! This whisk makes mixing up dough an absolute BREEZE. It is so much freaking better than a spoon that I almost can't describe it.
I sent my mother one, which she uses to rip through double batches of very stiff biscotti batter in a trice. I use mine to make bread a few times a week.
So far the whisk has stood up to hard use and not faltered. It appears to be constructed to go the distance.
I give it only 4 stars for "ease of cleaning" because you do have to use a stiff brush to get every speck of dough from between the wires. It is 100% worth that bit of extra effort.
However, there is one thing that I must share with you, I used a silicone adhesive to secure the whisk to the wooden handle so it does not come apart.