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Let’s face it, we all have like a million and one kitchen appliances and utensils. At least I know that I do, so when I cook even the simplest of meals I have a ton of dishes out because I need to get out a hundred things. I’m glad that I was able to find Silpoura that took away 1-2 items from your kitchen mess and several minutes off your cooking prepping times.

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Just what your kitchen needs for cooking and baking, to strain, pour and drizzle; also doubles as a spoon rest. Great for pouring the perfect amount of batter, cupcake batter, straining meat, fruits and veggies. Made from food-grade Japanese silicone that can withstand temps up to 450 degrees. It’s also dishwasher safe. The Silpoura has a clip that fits onto mixing bowls, pots, pans, serving bowls and double boilers for drip free straining and pouring. Fits on a wide variety of sizes of containers as long as it doesn’t have a lip.


I decided to do my first product test on our lunch of macaroni and cheese. Now my pot had a very large lip so I couldn’t use the Silpoura on it, after I boiled my noodles I poured it all into a mixing bowl with a smooth edge. I cooked 2 boxes for my big family, which I don’t think for us is unusually a lot. As I started to strain I noticed I struggled keeping the noodles from falling out the front into the sink. I would think that if this had a larger lip to keep this from happening for much larger amounts of food. I could use this better as drizzling or pouring batter. But for my honest opinion I would rather use my colander to drain my food. I think that it is a great invention and will work wonders for smaller portions.



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Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

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