The Sanelli narrow frying spatula, part number 3696.16, is an essential tool in the kitchen for turning, lifting and serving fried foods with ease. This spatula is designed to provide high-quality performance and precise handling of fried foods.
The spatula features a narrow 16 cm blade, ideal for grasping and turning fried foods such as pancakes, pancakes, eggs, fries, and more. The narrow shape allows you to maneuver foods with precision and ease, minimizing the risk of spoiling the shape or texture of foods.
The spatula is made of durable, high-quality material to ensure long life. Its thin, sharp blade allows it to slide easily under foods without damaging or breaking them.
The ergonomic handle provides a comfortable and secure grip during use. Its curved shape fits perfectly in the hand, allowing optimal control when lifting and transferring fried foods.
Sanelli's narrow frying spatula is a versatile tool that has applications in many aspects of cooking, both for home and professional use. It is perfect for ensuring even cooking and excellent presentation of fried foods.
The Premana Professional line from Coltellerie Sanelli has been created by analyzing and solving, down to the smallest detail, the problems faced by the professional, the private individual or the most attentive enthusiast who uses these working tools on a daily basis.
Use:Turning, lifting and serving fried foods with ease
Blade:Surgical steel 54-56 HRC
Handle:Sterilizable anti-corrosion polymers
Blade length: 16 cm.
Blades made of stainless surgical steel at 54/56 HRC, have good flexibility, high shearing power, long edge life and excellent resharpening ease. In addition, the contour of the wire designed for professional use and the convex shape of the blade, ensure effective support when only required considerable efforts by the user without chipping. The handles have a unique ergonomic design, the result of special studies at the Milan Polytechnic University. This shape ensures a significant reduction of fatigue on the part of the user, a safe and non-slip grip given the soft but slightly porous surface; the material used is also non-toxic and conforms to European standards by resisting corrosive agents and temperature changes (-40°C +150°C).