The reviews are in the Kalorik Mad Hungry Spurtle Set is a must-have!
These “everything” tools are the hardest working utensils in your kitchen, made to stir, sift, spread, fold, and more. Declutter your countertops and make room for the only cooking tools you'll ever need.
The spurtle was invented in 16th century Scotland to stir oatmeal. Today’s modern spurtles are the handiwork of Lucinda Scala Quinn, chef, author, television host, and former Executive Food Director to Martha Stewart.
The craftsmanship of the spurtle is singular. Each has a unique, elongated design made to tackle some of cooking's most daunting tasks. Stir soups and stews. Spread peanut butter or mayo on sandwiches. Easily crush tomatoes for homemade sauces or avocados for guacamole. Ice desserts and cakes to smooth perfection, or cut and serve casseroles like lasagna, baked ziti, and frittatas. Whisk eggs, strain pasta and sift flour. Effortlessly scour every last bit of jam or pesto from your food processor.
- Gently fold cake or soufflé batter, without deflating it
- Mash potatoes, bananas or other soft foods
- Smash avocado for tasty guacamole or tomatoes for homemade pasta sauces
- Elegantly serve delicious meals and add finishing touches to your table
Medium Slotted Spurtle
- Separate egg yolks or whisk eggs like an expert
- Strain pasta after boiling and evenly distribute sauce
- Ice cakes decadently
- Spread butter, margarine
- Smear avocado on fresh artisanal bread for delicious avocado toast
- Taste ingredients while cooking
- Remove food from narrow jars and smaller containers
- Grab hold of small olives, capers, and pickled onions
- Clear hard-to-reach crevices of your food processor or blender, leaving no food behind
Maintaining Your Spurtles
Spurtles are easy to clean, just make sure to follow these steps:
- Never place wooden spurtles in the dishwasher
- Hand wash with warm water and mild soap
- Always allow the spurtles to dry after each washing, prior to storing them away
- Use food grade mineral oil to restore the wood finish
Cooking with Spurtles
Spurtles are Eggs-ellent!
Your guests will want to "quiche" the chef when they try this tasty quiche recipe. Whisk, blend, cut and toss all the ingredients for this egg-cellent snack using your Mad Hungry Original Spurtle.
It's Guac O'Clock
Holy guacamole! The Original Spurtle makes this homemade guacamole recipe quick and easy to prepare. Scoop, mash and blend all the ingredients together with has avocados to make this refreshing afternoon snack.