Professional rolling pin in beech tree wood for fresh homemade pasta. 100 cm
Professional rolling pin in beech tree wood for fresh homemade pasta.
- Length cm 100
- Diam. cm 4,2
Professionals, to roll the dough and prepare the egg fresh pasta, use this beech-wood rolling pin.
Its 1-meter length allows rolling very large sheets.
It is equipped with a rounded tip and a single handle, for simple hanging after use
For sale on tagliapasta.com since 2012
Wooden rolling pin: first use
The rolling pin, like all wooden kitchen utensils, needs proper cleaning. Before using it for the first time, immerse the rolling pin for 5 minutes in hot water.
How to Clean a Wooden Rolling Pin
It is essential to use detergents that respect the porosity of this material. Never wash them in the dishwasher, as the wood is porous and absorbs chemical detergents. After each use, the wooden rolling pin must necessarily be cleaned, remember that the wood will have problems with odours and therefore needs special care. An important factor is time: it is necessary to eliminate food residues and fats within a short time, so you will not stain your rolling pin.
Washing a rolling pin is simple: warm water and a few drops of Marseille soap. If the rolling pin is particularly dirty, you can also use a sponge, then rinse with warm water and dry with a clean cloth. To make sure that mildew does not form and the water evaporates, if possible, store them to dry vertically. Subsequently they should be left to dry in an upright position to make sure that the traces of water evaporate completely, so that you will not have mildew growth.
Wooden rolling pin: Mantainance
For a more thorough cleaning, you can use coarse salt, lemon, then rinse with hot water and dry thoroughly, then store upright. If you need to quickly clean your wooden rolling pin, you can also use vinegar, apply a few drops, rub with a sponge and rinse with plenty of hot water. Another possibility to clean a wooden rolling pin is to use baking soda and lemon juice. Also, in this case it is better, subsequently, to let them dry vertically and possibly in the open air / in the sun, to use the sanitizing power of the sun's rays.
- Beech wood