Say goodbye to lumpy flour with this stainless steel flour sifter, also known as a sieve, from LOYAL bakeware.
What is a sieve?
A sieve, or sifter, is a baking utensil used to break up any lumps in flour or other dry ingredients.
Why use a sieve?
- When dry ingredients are sifted, they are much lighter. This makes them easier to mix into your other ingredients, especially when making cake batter or bread dough
- If you sieve your flour with your other dry ingredients, for example cocoa powder, the sifting will evenly combine the two ingredients before mixing them with the rest
- When an ingredient is sifted, it means that you are more likely to measure it accurately
- Sifted flour is essential if you want to bake cakes that require a light and delicate texture
Why Buy a LOYAL Flour Sifter?
- An easy squeeze action on the handle
- Holds up to 3 cups of flour
- Made from stainless steel
- Results in flour that is fine, aerated and totally free of lumps
- Perfect for use with other dry ingredients too
How to clean the sifter?
- First, turn it upside down and tap firmly to remove any particles
- Next, wipe with a dry cloth
- Do not submerge the flour sifter in water, as this may cause the flour to form a glue and block the holes of the sieve