Large Cooking Spoons

Large cooking spoons are must have kitchen utensils! See more about them below.

Large Cooking Spoons

Large Cooking Spoons

More About Large Cooking Spoons:

We prefer using these large plastic cooking spoons because of their one piece construction.  Metal spoons with wood or plastic handles have a tendency to get food caught in the joint between the metal and handles; this cannot happen with these one piece molded spoons.  The black spoon is for heavy duty cooking and mixing of stiff ingredients.  The lighter duty cream colored spoon (stained from cooking curries) is good for rice and other soft and loose preparations.

Another advantage of these molded plastic spoons over metal is that the don’t scratch off the non-stick surface of cookware. Using two of the larger heave duty ones are great for stir-frying, and they also make nice kitchen serving utensils. Another thing we like about these one piece molded spoons is that they are easy to clean since they don’t have any joints to collect food.

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Some background information:

Over the years we have found that a surprising number of people really don’t know how to cook. So, by including a list of cooking utensils and equipment that we use in preparing each recipe. This helps other people plan what they will need to prepare that specific recipe. Additionally, we are including a description and photo of each utensil or piece of equipment. This also helps beginners know something more about each cooking utensil or piece of equipment. This also helps people build a kitchen inventory of things they will need to prepare almost any meal. And, if anyone needs anything else, all they have to do is ask. We will try to find what they need and post it here with the other things.

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