- Length: 30 cm, Ø: 11 cm. - item number: 1871026030
- Material: Cromargan stainless steel 18/10 partially matt finish. Rust-free, dishwasher safe, dimensionally stable, sanitary, acid resistant and indestructible.
- The functional parts of the slotted spoon are securely cemented into the handle. Includes a practical eyelet for storage on a rack with hooks.
- The flat curve allows you to take up pieces of food near the bottom of the pot.
- Design: WMF Atelier (Peter Bäurle).
With WMF skimming ladles, you can skim off excess fat or shake off cornflour in next to no time. Or you can use it to lift vegetables, gnocchi, filled dumplings and fritters effortlessly from saucepans, steamers, deep fat fryers, etc. Any liquid simply runs through the holes in the bowl as you remove the food and the long handle protects you from hot splashes of water or fat. The functional and stylish WMF skimming ladles are available in a choice of different attractive designs.
The Profi Plus series is a range of matching, practical kitchen utensils for every activity and type of preparation with a consistent and modern design. Serve in style with a sauce ladle, ice cream scoop, kitchen scoop and a mesh strainer. Flip over roast potatoes, steaks, breaded fish or caramelised fruit with a choice of attractively designed, polished stainless steel turners with non-stick plastic to protect your pans. Even tricky tasks such as coring apples, scooping tasty fruit balls or descaling fresh fish suddenly become effortless with the Profi Plus range. Get stirring, peeling, flipping, slicing and mashing! All Profi Plus kitchen utensils are premium quality, watertight, dishwasher-safe and exceptionally durable, even when used continuously. Each utensil has a small stainless steel hanging loop so that it can be hung on a kitchen rack when it's not being used – keeping it neatly to hand for when it’s needed.
|Material||Cromargan® 18/10 stainless steel|
|Material property||Stainless steel, partly matt|
|Production||Engineered in Germany|
|Designer||WMF Atelier (Peter Bäurle)|