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    What kind of spatula for non-stick pans

    What kind of spatula do you use for non-stick pans?

    I have lots of metal spatulas as I usually prefer cast iron, but when cooking on medium and low heat I bougt a non-stick pan today (2 x le Creuset toughened series). Im looking for some spatulas. Cheap ones made of nylon is not preferd as it puts an awful taste to the food. I read silicon, but are they the best?

    Help please

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    Senior Member Deckhand's Avatar
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    I have this one. It did however come apart after a while and I replaced it with a duplicate. Still, I like it.


    http://www.amazon.com/OXO-Grips-Sili...3208235&sr=1-8

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    We have a couple of nylon, but I prefer silicone. Oxo silicone spatula and le creuset spoons

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    Thanks.

    Are Rosle products worth the price

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Thanks.

    Are Rosle products worth the price
    Not sure if you are serious, kidding, or bored, but either way I have rosle tongs and like them.

    http://www.amazon.com/Rösle-12916-12...3212443&sr=1-1

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    Rosle is very expensive in norway.
    Ill check em out and buy some on ebay

    Thanks. Going to go for silicon spatula and thong

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    A silicone thong may be a little chafing and uncomfortable to wear, but hey to each his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    Rosle is very expensive in norway.
    Ill check em out and buy some on ebay

    Thanks. Going to go for silicon spatula and thong

    Ah... O.K. And yes I am happy with them. Spatula is great,has durability issues if you push down too hard searing, great for flipping. I use an iron grill press on steaks and garlic bread now instead of pushing too hard with spatula. Rosle tongs, no problems, very happy with them.

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    I've used this one almost daily for a year:

    Master Chef Spatule Pelton Spatula

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...00_i00_details

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    I use wood or bamboo ones, but I still have to be careful to choose ones without sharp corners.
    Len

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