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How To Find the Right Ladle And Store For Your Pot

How To Find the Right Ladle And Store For Your Pot

One may think a ladle is a ladle, but if you make a lot of soup, you know that’s not true. 

If the ladle is too short for your pot, it sinks; if it’s too long, it can be heavy or awkward. 

If the handle has no bend in it, it’s very hard to get a clean scoop, but if it has too much 

bend, then it’s hard to dip the ladle into a tall pot. 

So what to do? 


Consider the following tips:

 

1. Get a stainless steel ladle. 

Yes, you can get a heat-safe plastic coated one, but besides the potential BPA concerns, 

plastic is susceptible to staining (not good if you eat a lot of tomato soup) and it can 

still melt if the stovetop gets too hot. 

Also, a metal ladle bowl makes it easier to scoop out chunky ingredients (meat, vegetables) 

that may have settled on the bottom of the pot.

 

You can find different types of ladle on the market. 

It can be made of stainless steel, plastic, nylon or silicone. 

Care should be taken when selecting materials. 

It depends on your personal choice, but you should choose stainless steel.

 

Stainless steel can stand out from other materials, because when you use other material 

ladle, such as plastic ladle, it will melt at high temperature and plastic will enter your food. 

The same thing applies to nylon and silicone ladles, which have a temperature level 

at which they can work normally. 

However, if your food requires more calories and you use these types of ladle, it may 

melt or bend and it is not delicious at all.

 

2. The height of the ladle should be high enough to reach the top of the edge, the more the better. 

Generally, the height of the ladle depends on its size. 

If the size of the ladle is larger (it can hold more soup/liquid), then its height will also be larger.

 

Make sure the bowl is big enough to draw 1/2 cup of soup or more per scoop. 

This is a decent serving size – not too big, not too small, so you don’t overfill in one scoop.

 

3. Make sure the handle reaches to or slightly above the rim, not below. 

As a guideline, most ladles with handles under 9″ will sink if used with deeper pots, 

according to Cook’s Illustrated. 

Conversely, if you’re using a shallower pot (like a Dutch oven) you’ll want to accomodate 

by using a lighter, shorter-handled ladle, otherwise it could tip out.

 

4. On that note, get a ladle with a hooked end, and a slightly angled handle. 

You can get a longer handle to balance the ladle and help keep it from slipping in 

the stock pot, but as mentioned above, handles longer than 10″ in a shallower pot 

can be cumbersome. 

The easiest way to prevent this is to just to get a hook. 

If the ladle is the right size with your pot, it’ll sit on the rim comfortably. 

Also, an angled ladle makes for a cleaner, more ergonomically-correct scoop.

 

5. If you primarily make stews, a ladle with a wider, shallower bowl is best. 

Stews are typically heartier soups with lots of chunky ingredients. 

A shallower ladle bowl means you’ll be able to see more of what you’re scooping 

and therefore gauge how well distributed the ingredients are.

 

The price of the kitchen or soup spoon may vary due to various factors. 

If it is made of expensive metal or designed, it may be expensive. 

Branding may cost you more. 

You should buy according to your needs. 

If you want to use it for a long time or you use it more frequently, then you should 

increase your investment. 

Choosing stainless steel soup ladle produced by infull cutlery can save you from 

these troubles.

 

The soup ladle is very important for making soup. 

Without it, you will find it difficult to make soup. 

It will make it easier to transfer the soup from the pot to the bowl. 

You can also move the soup while cooking.

 

So don't wait, you can choose the one that suits you best in the infull cutlery store.


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