What is your favorite trick or skill to drain pasta or rice or divide a liquid batter among a dozen of paper cupcake holders?
How do you manage those messy tasks when cooking becomes really challenging?
Everyone of us grew up watching our mom or grandma getting rid of excess water from cooked foods by using their unique self-developed techniques. My mom used a lid and a towel across it that kept it tightly against the pan. The water was draining while the hot steam was coming out of the other end of the pan. Wow, that was once the practice of mine as well.
Today, I am using Silpoura! Yes, it’s an exclamation mark to let you know how excited I am to have it among my other kitchen gadgets. With a detachable strain, you can use a clip on strainer for a hundred of different tasks. You can pour and transfer liquids and grains. Be it water or batter, grease or oil, soup or souffle – any of these pouring tasks could become a breeze.
No more messy kitchens! Long Live a clip on food strainer! You can get it HERE (affiliate).
How Can I Use A Clip On Food Strainer?
High quality silicone won’t melt on you, if you pour piping hot liquids up to 350F.
Also keep in mind that a clip on strainer could be used for dry goods pouring and transferring into jars like rice and small size grains.
If you have some paint jobs waiting for you in the near future, get your own clip on food strainer to aid you with mixing and pouring of those as well. Mess will become history!
Here are more things you can do with a silicone clip on food strainer.
- Get rid of excess grease and oil
- Pour out excess of water
- Separate liquids from solids in your canned goods
- Create a perfect thin pancake!
- Eliminate drips and mess