Stirr Causes A Stir – Battery Powered Sauce Stirrer

stirr-lI have just come across a kitchen appliance that is going to blow you away.

If your forte is making beautiful tasty sauces then you know that they require the utmost attention to ensure that they turn out smooth, and the slightest bit of inattention equals disaster.

You know how it is, you are in the middle of whipping up a roux sauce and you get interrupted, by the kids, the dog or the next door neighbour, it may be just a few seconds of inattention, but when you turn back to the stove – lumpy sauce.

Its so frustrating and nothing you do can redeem the situation.

Well, this handy little battery operated tool means that  no longer do you have to worry about those minor interruptions because while your attention is elsewhere, Stirr keeps on stirring so your sauce remains nicely smooth and lump free and you will never have lumpy cheese sauce or gravy again.

So what is Stirr?

It is an automatic hands-free sauce stirrer, but you aren’t restricted to using it only on sauces or gravy, you can also stirr custards, soups, baked beans with simply a push of the button.

This is also a practical kitchen gadget for anybody who finds stirring tiresome or difficult, so its ideal for anyone with arthritis or wrist problems.

This really nifty battery powered kitchen accessory is the latest invention from  üutensil’s designer Gavin Reay.  The Stirr simply  glides around the pan base stopping the food from sticking or burning.

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It is safe to use in your brand new non-stick saucepan and the legs can be removed and popped into the dishwasher for easy clean up.

So often we come across gadgets full of promise that turn out to be less than effective but this is one kitchen accessory you are going to love.

No more lumpy gravy, through inattention, no more sore joints for arthritis sufferers, Stirr just keeps on stirring, ensuring even heat distribution through the sauce or gravy.

And where can you buy  Stirr!!

It is available from uütensil.com for  around  £14.99 plus p+p.


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Comments

  1. How does it balance i.e. not tip over?

  2. Just found this video demo of it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMiJpjXLv-U

    It still looks top heavy (with 4 AAA batteries in the handle, but I have to assume they tested this. It looks like a great tool for risotto.

  3. Hi Belinda
    Thank you for the link to the youtube video demo showing how the Shirr works.
    The weighted handle would be the stabilizing factor.

  4. Received one as a gift. It is top heavy n falls over. More mess to clean up.

  5. Now this a handy friend to have in the kitchen. Thanks for the information. i like this little guy.

  6. Well, even if it works for only 5 minutes, guess it might be a fun gift for the person who has everything. I’m considering getting one for a “gag” gift. If it really works…great. And as a guy on one of the morning shows said, if nothing else, maybe it could be used for a back massager 🙂