The soup ladle is made of many different types of materials, including plastic, wood,
silicone, aluminum, and stainless steel.
Certain types of materials will eventually change color, depending on what food you
use the ladle for.
Other materials, such as wood, require more care and cleaning.
Metal, such as stainless steel, is easy to clean.
When preparing to serve soups, stews or drinks, it is convenient to have a spoon
designed with a hook end.
In this way, the ladle will not fall into the pot and can be easily used in the next round.
Ladles with spouts can more easily pour liquids.
When choosing a ladle, please consider all the uses you will or might use it for before buying.
Ladles are heat-resistant, stain-resistant, dishwasher safe, and rust-resistant.
These may be great features for a ladle.
How many of you think of spoons or other kitchen utensils, for example, it used to be
a gorgeous light blue until you dip it in tomato sauce?
This is why anti-fouling features should be on your list.
There are even ladle marked with measurement, so you know the volume of anything
in the ladle.
Decide what you need, write it down, and then cross it off your list.
What else can the spoon do besides making soup?
The soup spoon is not just for holding soup.
They continue to be used for soups and other liquids, but ladle is also great for stirring
liquids during cooking, freezing liquids in containers, and skimming fat when making gravy.
How to clean and maintain the soup spoon?
Check the manufacturer's instructions and look at the ladle itself to see if it is marked
as dishwasher safe.
Some are, some are not.
If it is hand-washed, you can wash your ladle with liquid detergent and hot water.
When was the soup spoon invented?
No one knows for sure, but people think that the soup spoon originated sometime in