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New Star Foodservice

New Star Foodservice 43068 Wood Handle Fish Spatula, 6.5" Blade, Silver

4.7
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AU$ 80.00
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Description

  • Quality brushed stainless steel blade
  • Solid smooth wooden handle securely riveted with three stainless steel rivets
  • Edged-end for functional cutting during cooking
  • Commercial grade for heavy and long durable grilling
  • Sizes: Overal 11-Inch L X 3-Inch W, Blade 6.5-Inch

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Customer Reviews

The first spatula that you will grab from the drawer every timeI watch a ton of cooking shows since my motorcycle accident and have purchased over 25 gadgets from Amazon. Most are under ten bucks and I love them all. This is truly the only spatula that you will ever need outside of a long one for the grill. Even though stainless, with care you wont damage your non stick pans. The longer style certainly helps with fish. It's thin enough to cut with and the slots can make it function as a strainer. Great companion to a high temp silicone spatula (buy Volrath)5Wht's not to like?I've been using this for a month or so now and I love it. You can do almost any kind of spatula work with it plus the business end edge is quite sharp so I can make my grilled cheese samich and cut it with the same tool. I also use it to flawlessly lift my poached eggs from the water, and retrieve errant cherry tomatoes from under the stove. It's been through the dishwasher at least a twenty times and still looks like the day I received it. I guess you could use it for fish, too.5My new favorite spatulaAlmost identical in size to the Winco, which is also about the same price. I have a bunch of them and have given them four stars. The differences are slight. This one uses a thicker gauge of metal (0.041 VS 0.038) so it is a bit stiffer and about 1/3 heavier. The shank also is full length as opposed to 1/2 length, and the handle is a bit wider. I love both for just about everything. This one I like a bit more because I like the wider handle and stiffer blade. The fit and finish was also slightly better, but both can benefit from a little sanding to take the sharpness off the edges.I highly recommend both. If flexibility or you have really small hands then maybe the Winco is your choice. I think most people will prefer the stiffer blade and wider handle. But at this price you could by both.5" Great for scraping up fond on a stainless steel panPurchased this based on a recommendation from the Youtube channel "Binging with Babish." Great for scraping up fond on a stainless steel pan. The metal portion of this item is sharp, solid, and well designed but the wood handle on the product I received leaves something to be desired. The metal tang of the spatula is not at all flush with the wood, and I worry that there could be mold buildup in there over time, or splitting of the handle. I still gave this a 4/5 stars though instead of a 3/5 because the price is great for what you get.4One of the more useful things in my kitchenI actually find myself reaching for this fish spatula more than most things in my kitchen drawer. It's the longest spatula that I own, so it's very useful for getting a spatula under a large piece of fish or for turning meat. It's metal, so I don't use it on my non-stick pots and pans because it would scratch the Teflon. However, it works great for carbon steel or cast iron cookware. I also use it in place of a spider for deep frying things. The slats in the spatula are very wide, so it's great for fishing things out of hot oil and letting the excess oil drip back into your pot.I don't have an enormous kitchen, so I like to stick to the essentials and for me this has become an essential. Some reviewers get hung up on the construction of this vs others (how many bolts are in it etc) but I don't really care about all of that. It gets the job done and it's only a couple of bucks. I've been throwing it in the dishwasher for months, and haven't noticed any issues at all either. Seems quite sturdy.5Over-easy eggs!It's not just for fish. It's not a left-handed spatula. It doesn't scratch nonstick surfaces. I have trouble making over-easy eggs and nearly always break the yolk when flipping, but now I can make near-perfect over-easy eggs without any oil in a nonstick skillet. The front edge is thin and beveled, and the bend of the spatula is engineering perfection. It's also very inexpensive for a substantial kitchen tool - sent a couple as gifts, too.5Prevents fish filet abuseTrue, I didn't think a specialty spatula was a kitchen requirement---until I started mutilating my delicious fish dinners by trying to use normal nylon or silicone turners. Now I can get my thinnest filets out of the saut pan in one piece. I know I probably should be hand-washing this since it has a wooden handle, but I confess that I always throw it in the dishwasher and it doesn't seem any worse for it.5Good for now! The quality is a little off, there are some rough edges in the metal blade, but given the handle is untreated wood, I won t be tossing it the sink when I wash dishes, therefore I won t cut myself. I used some coconut oil on the handle, which made it look a lot better. I was spoiled for years by a Lamsonsharp fish turner, and there just isn t anything else like that as far as blade quality and flexibility. This one is a keeper for the time being, and though it isn t as flexible as I d like, it works as it s supposed to, and ya get what ya pay for! 4and this is a very nice fish spatulaI'm very picky about my cooking tools, especially the ones I use frequently, and this is a very nice fish spatula. I make fish at least once a week for my family and this is an indispensable tool for keeping the filets nice and intact. The way they should be, right!!! The slight curve at the end and the "springiness" of the metal is just right... neither is too much or too little... Goldilocks. Just "approach" at an angle, push down to flex it slightly and slide it under, even when the filets are on aluminum foil.I've had this for awhile and used it at least three dozen times and it still looks great. I hand wash it in hot soapy water, though a couple times another family member ran it though the dishwasher and it emerged fine. I don't think it would be a problem for the metal, it's quality and not a hint of rust, ever, but dishwashers are always too harsh on anything wooden, IMO.5VERY USEFUL, INDEED !!! Very useful tool, which I use often for other things beside serving fish although they are completely necessary at serving fish, especially with thin fillets. I like the wood handle which insulates the spatula from the heat. Very reasonably priced considering some others. Really an absolutely essential kitchen tool! 4A great quality fish spatula for the money!I never owned one of these fish spatulas before and always used those flat solid bottom spatulas. I cook salmon as well as other type of fish in my cast iron pan and wanted something that would do the job better than my plastic ones. The plastic ones I feel is made for when cooking in Teflon coated pans. My cast iron pan comes pretty hot as I sear the fish. This tool removes them very well. The blade material is very sturdy and machined nicely. The handle is made out of wood and nothing special. I now finding myself using this spatula more than the other due to it s versatility. I used this to flip hamburgers and turn hot dogs on my cast iron pan. If you re thinking about getting one, get this one and don t look back. It will make you a happy camper. I give this product 5 Stars for quality and price point.5My new favoriteI use this thing for almost everything. Chopping up ground beef, flipping burgers, stirring pasta, and even stirring corn bread. Works better than a wire wisk. It's easy to clean and fairly stiff. Bought another one.5
New Star Foodservice 43068 Wood Handle Fish Spatula, 6.5

New Star Foodservice 43068 Wood Handle Fish Spatula, 6.5" Blade, Silver

4.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 80.00
Sale price
AU$ 80.00
Regular price
AU$ 132.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 52.00)