Stainless steel skimmer colander strainer with wooden handle for Frying, Filter Cooking Tool

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Stainless Steel Wire Fine Mesh Oil Strainer Flour Sifter Sieve Colanders Kitchen utensil for filtering food Cookware. Features: 1.100% new and high quality 2.Stainless steel filter net, easy clean and rustless. 3.Wooden handle providing better heat dissipation. 4.Multifunctional colander for different cooking need. 5.Fashion design and convenient to use. 6.Elegant shape and...
Stainless Steel Wire Fine Mesh Oil Strainer Flour Sifter Sieve Colanders Kitchen utensil for filtering food Cookware.


Features:
1.100% new and high quality
2.Stainless steel filter net, easy clean and rustless.
3.Wooden handle providing better heat dissipation.
4.Multifunctional colander for different cooking need.
5.Fashion design and convenient to use.
6.Elegant shape and designed specially for kitchen.

  

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Packaging includes:
1 x colander

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Type: 

Accessories

Vendor: 

Generic

Color: 

S, M, L

Ship from: 

CN Warehouse

SKU: 

14:193#S

Use

  • Season wok before first use. Wok arrives with a pre-coating of oil lightly covering the interior surface. Remove the oil coating by hand-washing the wok in hot water with a scouring pad and detergent. Rinse and dry with a paper towel. If the paper towel remains black, scrub the wok again (you want naked steel, with no oil on it). Place the wok over high heat. You will notice that orange-yellow steel will begin to turn blue. When done, the entire surface of the wok should be blue.
  • Suitable for use on any type of cooktop, including induction.
  • Use wok ring stands for induction, electric and ceramic cooktops.
  • The wok will become very hot during cooking. Please exercise caution.

Care

  • Hand-wash in hot water. Stuck-on food particles can be removed with a soft sponge or cloth.
  • Dry over a hot burner set on high heat, allowing traces of grease from cooking to burn onto the surface.
  • Oil regularly to maintain seasoning.