Global Rating: 5.00 from 21 reviews.
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|rating||title||date||name||city state/province country|
|Danish Dough Hook (5/5)||Mar 7, 2010||Jonathan Kane||Glenview IL US|
|The danish dough hook is a simple tool that works great. I highly recommend this product for anyone who is mixing dough by hand. You'll never use a spoon again!|
|multi-use dough whisk (5/5)||Dec 28, 2011||Jim Jaarsma||Victoria Br CA|
|This is a fantastic tool and I'm even finding new uses for it. The latest - mixing separated peanut butter back together. I dump the entire jar into a bowl and the dough whisk makes very fast work of it - far easier than the wooden spoon I used to use.|
|Nothing does what this whisk does! (5/5)||Jan 25, 2011||Jennifer in BreadLand||Toronto On CA|
|One of my cookbooks suggests using a danish dough whisk or a wooden spoon. For months, I just used a spoon, thinking if the author recommended it, the two were probably just about equivalent. Ha! My life changed the day this dough whisk came into our home. It has been used for breads, muffins, cakes, and more. It really gets into the centre of whatever you're mixing and leaves the mixture almost entirely lump-free. Super-easy to clean, too! And if you forget to clean it, just flick off the dried dough and it's ready to use again! Absolutely irreplaceable.|
|Way nicer than expected (5/5)||Feb 2, 2012||Hoobie||Iowa City IA US|
Lots of people have commented on how wonderfully this mixes up dough, so I'll just agree with them and not try to add more to it... except that one needn't feel limited to mixing dough with it.... And, it looks cool hanging from the pot rack!
I will add that I found it to be of a nicer quality than I expected. I purchased both sizes and both are lovely. The handles are sturdy, smooth, nicely sanded beechwood, which is a good choice due to its sturdiness and tight grain. Due to the low-ish price, I expected something a bit shabbier.
The handles arrive completely bare, with no varnish / finish at all. I advise oiling them, especially where the wire whisk part goes into the handle. I used super pure linseed oil (essentially flax seed oil) but mineral oil, walnut oil, or whatever you oil your cutting boards with would probably fine.
If you intend to keep making bread, buy this.
|Danish Dough Whisk (5/5)||Jun 14, 2012||Henrik Hansen||Viborg Jy DK|
I have it and has always used it... Kind of grove up with it... And I can't bake without it...
Nice to see an old Danish kitchen tool be so popular...
Greatings from Denmark... ;)
|Dough Whisk (5/5)||Apr 23, 2010||Eric Zeiner||Claremont NH US|
I had one of these many years ago...maybe 30 and for some reason didn't like it. I recently picked up another one and don't know how I lived without it.
Definately a must have.
|Well worth the money! (5/5)||Mar 21, 2012||Don Davis||Ellettsville In US|
|Watching the video, it sure looks easy. Got mine yesterday and guess what, it is as easy as it looks! Just be sure and swish off the stuck dough and don't let it dry. All the curves are kind of hard to clean if you let it dry on.|
|Great! (5/5)||Feb 3, 2013||Diana||na na US|
|Great deal, great whisk! Makes things so much easier. Quick shipping and great service also, thank you!|
|Wonderful Dough Whisk (5/5)||Nov 29, 2012||Danielle Bussone||Abingdon VA US|
|This is the one thing I never knew I couldn't live without. I bought the larger Danish Dough Whisk and then had to have the smaller one as well. It is so versatile. It is great also for mixing any heavy batter. I use it for my double dark chocolate biscotti recipe and any recipe calling for something more open and heavier than a typical whisk. Nothing else works better.|
|great for wet doughs (5/5)||Jun 15, 2011||Bill||Warren Ne US|
Great for mixing high hydration breads. There is much less sticking to this whisk than a spoon or spatula, making for quicker, less messy, mix-up.
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