Silicone Baking Tools
The first step to jump start your kitchen and improve cooking on the path to having a complete set of tools is by finding a kitchen utensil set with a spatula, slotted spoon, and mixing spoon, etc... Moreover, if you are looking for a present for friends and family, or just to treat yourself, a whole set of silicone baking tools of high quality and beautiful color is a good option.
This kitchen's baking tools and accessories set is useful because it has a coordinated group of essential kitchen tools that make it easy to perform all the basic kitchen tasks. The silicone material is suitable for stirring, scraping, and folding to make you enjoy cooking and baking. Cook your favorite meals without worrying, as silicone baking utensil set takes temperatures up to 230℃ (446℉), higher than most normal cooking temperatures. And if you have pans with a non-stick finish, we recommend you use this set. In conclusion, it is a nice home and kitchen helper set for you, and you should never miss. Good for your kitchen work.
Specification of Silicon Tools
Use: high temperature resistance, no deformation, and no cracking.
Materials: Top-grade environmentally silicone
Size: common size and customized size
Notes: Before first and after each use, hand wash in warm, soapy water; rinse and dry thoroughly with a soft cloth
Advantages of Silicon Tools
1. High quality:
The silicone is non-stick, so using these silicone tools can keep your pots and pans scratch-free.
Silicone cooking tools features high heat resistance: won't-free or chip at up to 480 degree Fahrenheit.
Top-grade silicone is 100% eco-friendly silicone, BPA free, latex-free & FDA certified food-grade.
2. High material: All tools in this kits are dishwasher safe and easy to clean equipment. Silicone is naturally non-stick, and food debris is easy to peel off even after baking or drying.
3. Durability: The tools will not deform, fade, melt or chip like typical kitchen utensils or wooden kitchen's cheap baking utensils, and are resistant to stains and odors.
4. Special points： We can customize baking tools for you, such as unique design, great color, and so on.
Application of Silicon Tools
baking and cooking
FAQs of Silicon Tools
Q. Is silicone good for baking?A :
Silicone bakeware is heat-resistant and safe for the oven and freezer. It doesn't change flavours or release odours that might affect food quality. One safety tip: Use food-grade silicone products at recommended temperatures — not above 220 C (428 F). Silicone bakeware can be reused.
Q. Is silicone utensils safe for cooking?A :
Silicone appears to be safe. It is an inert material – nothing used in its manufacture will leach into foods. So far, no safety problems have been reported, but if you're concerned, stick to silicone kitchen tools (such as spatulas) and avoid bakeware.
Q. Why does my silicone bakeware stink?A :
Those off smells are made up of molecules clinging to your silicone kitchenware, and just like water, those molecules evaporate at high temperatures. So when you bake silicone, you are truly burning the scents right off.
Q. Is silicone toxic to humans?A :
Generally, siloxanes (silicones) are well tolerated by the human organism, and therefore they are an integral part of innovative methods of treatment, health care and nursing. They are commonly regarded as non-toxic to humans and the environment, or toxic to a very small extend.
Q. What type of silicone is used in bakeware?A :
No greasing, no fuss and so much better than using paper liners which may or may not easily remove at serving time. Silicone bakeware purchased from well-known kitchenware brands is usually made of FDA-approved food-grade silicone and this should be clear on the packaging description.
Q. Is silicone or metal better for baking?A :
Silicone is the new kid on the baking block. It's super flexible which makes it easy to release food. It can also go from the freezer to the microwave or oven without any problems. You can also pop it in the dishwasher unlike most metal bakeware.
Q. Is silicone toxic when heated?A :
The FDA says that silicone won't react with other materials or release hazardous compounds when heated and is safe for food contact. Several studies, however, suggest that such pronouncements are premature. The concern revolves around compounds found in silicone called siloxanes.
Q. Does silicone bakeware cause cancer?A :
And while theories about silicone implants' link to breast cancer have since been debunked, the damage to silicone's reputation lives on. It's sad to say, but since the use of silicone in cookware is fairly new, there has not been much research into its safety for use with food.
Q. Why does my silicone bakeware taste like soap?A :
If you experience your food tasting like soap it is because your silicone has oil residue on its surface. You may also notice white areas after you wash in the dishwasher, this too is oil residue. ... All of these oils stick onto silicone material and may cause you to taste an unpleasant soap-like taste.
Q. Do you put silicone bakeware directly on the oven rack?A :
Do you put silicone bakeware directly on the oven rack? Yes, you can put the molds directly on the oven rack. However, for stability, you may want to place them on a cookie sheet.
Q. Is silicone bad to breathe?A :
The fumes can be irritating to your nose, contact with eyes is bad, and ingestion of concentrated acetic acid can damage internal organs. The odor can be irritating. Whether you inhale caulk fumes, get it in your eyes, hands or a little in your mouth, serious adverse effects are not expected.
Q. What is the advantage of silicone bakeware?A :
Non-Stick capability: Silicone bakeware has excellent nonstick capabilities. You even don't have to use grease or a baking spray, which saves prep time and reduces calories. The baked goods came out easily and effortlessly. Food will bake evenly: The food bakes evenly and browns beautifully.
Q. Are silicone baking mats better than parchment paper?A :
Are Silicone Baking Mats Better Than Parchment? The mats certainly have advantages over parchment paper. They're easy to slip into a baking sheet, and their comparative weight (60 to 117 grams) helps them stay put better than even our favorite parchment sheets (4 grams).
Q. What is the difference between food grade silicone and regular silicone?A :
Food grade silica gel has very good toughness and elasticity. It is not easy to be permanently deformed by the action of external force, and the hand feel will be smoother, while ordinary silicone products are easily deformed and rough to the touch.
Q. Why is silicone expensive?A :
Silicone costs more than other synthetic rubbers because it requires more energy to manufacture. Silicone is a polymer based on repeating monomers of silicon, like so: ... Silicone costs more than other synthetic rubbers because it requires more energy to manufacture.
Q. How Long Does Silicone take to dry?A :
Silicone adhesive sealant is versatile, but, unlike other adhesives, it must cure. Curing means letting it dry, and, although it is not necessarily a difficult process, it takes patience. Silicone adhesives can take as little as 24 hours to cure, but it may also take up to several days if the sealant is thick.
Q. Why does Silicone go sticky?A :
Why does your silicone products become sticky? ... Sticky film build up on silicone or rubberized surfaces can occur when grease or oils are allowed to cling on the silicone surface. This can leave a sticky residue feeling to the touch, even after washing with soap.
Q. How long will Silicone last?A :
When properly applied, silicone is a multipurpose adhesive and sealant that creates a waterproof, protective seal, and can last up to 20 years.