Very well made, sturdy, incredibly convenient product and a must have in the kitchen, especially for baking and mixing dough. I didn’t even know that this whisk existed 3 months ago, and now it’s an essential kitchen item!
Sturdy and easy to handle. Looks elegant and professional. Practical to mix a dough.
I mostly use this to make bread as I dont have a stand mixer and it works wonderfully.
Much like most of the world, I jumped on to the sourdough bandwagon during quarantine. I bought this set for the dough whisk which helps me mix the dough much faster and more easily, but the lame was a great addition!
This is a great combination of items. Scraper is sturdy, lame works great. The Danish dough whisk is great for combining flour and water and working the dough. Perfect for sourdoughs.
First saw this used by Brother Dominic, the Breadhead. I use this tool on loose dutch oven dough, brownies, muffins, etc. Easier to clean than a traditional whisk and combines ingredients quickly. Have bought 2 now as gifts!
I received mine yesterday, and the first thing that stuck me was the fine quality. I make a lot of no-knead doughs and tried it first thing this morning. All I can say is wow! Fantastic. I could not be more pleased.
I'm always looking for unique and functional kitchen tools...a Scandinavian trait..hoping for the best I ordered 10 of these for stocking stuffers. Just made my first pie dough and its a game changer.
Greatest invention since ice cream. I make a lot of cookies for my grandchildren. The Whisk makes it so easy.
As a bread maker, or a wanna be bread maker, this dough whisk is great. When your dough has risen you need something that will easily pry your sticky dough away from the walls of your bowl. This whisk is just the ticket.
I have two in my kitchen and buy these as gifts for people who I teach to make home made bread. Great gift. Love how the dough just slides off and hardly anything to clean. I use dough whisk when making no knead bread, cakes, and thick batters. Tip: when working with cleaning off dough (bowl, whisk, etc.) use a kitchen brush not a sponge. If needed the kitchen brush can be placed in dishwasher.