It’s quite a turnaround when a specialist in superior grade stainless steel kitchen utensils incorporates silicone items into its range. Yet RÖSLE has often employed additional materials such as wood, glass or ceramic in combination with stainless steel. The introduction of the silicone series was a breaking new ground. There’s a wide selection of silicone utensils for stirring, turning and lifting. Perfect for use in non-stick pots and pans.
Ideal for use with all non-stick coated pots and pans
Kitchen utensils from silicone or with silicone coated elements are nothing new. The material has long been established for kitchen ladles as a practical alternative to wood. They are in special demand when cooking or roasting in non-stick coated pots and pans. Because of these preferences for silicone as opposed to stainless steel we leave the choice to you: RÖSLE has on offer a crafted selection of silicone products.
What’s different and better about the RÖSLE Silicone Kitchen Utensils in comparison to other silicone products on offer? Well, ﬁrst on the list is the patented silicone coating process that has been developed. As with the Egg Whisk, the coating is applied directly onto the stainless steel wire loops and bonds ﬁrmly with the metal. Closer inspection and prolonged use brings other signiﬁcant details to light – details that distinguish the Silicone Kitchen Utensils. What makes the new products so durable is the extraordinary stability provided by the heavy duty structure of the stainless steel core under the coating. All silicone-coated items are dishwasher safe and heat resistant: they withstand heat up to 260 °C/500 °F – a temperature rarely reached in pots, pans and ovens.
A decisive turn
Just like the other RÖSLE products, the silicone coated items stand out for their nifty functionality. There is a wide choice of uncompromising whisks in a variety of sizes and versions – perfect for stirring and beating both thin and thick consistencies such as creams, sauces and eggs. In addition to the classic Egg Whisk, there’s the Spiral Whisk for reaching every corner of a pot. The Flat Whisk is another option and just ideal for beating smaller quantities in shallow dishes.
The small details
It’s not just a tool’s basic functional element that counts – the shape of the handle is also decisive. The Turner is set at a slight angle and provides the best solution for serving gratin from a casserole or simply dishing out meat and vegetables. The Angled Spatula is more suitable for portioning Lasagne and other dishes from deeper casseroles. Stainless steel or silicone – practical characteristics and ﬁne details make RÖSLE products stand out from the mass of items on the market.