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Whisk

In the process of whisking or whipping, a whisk is a kitchen device that can be used to combine components smooth or to add air into a preparation. The majority of whisks have a long, slender handle with a sequence of wire loops at the end. Depending on the purpose of the whisk, the loops might take on a variety of shapes. Although most wires are made of metal, some are made of plastic for use with nonstick cookware. Bamboo is also used to make whisks. Whisks are widely used to make meringue by whipping egg whites into a crisp foam, or to whip cream into whipped cream.

Rolling Pin

A rolling pin is a cylindrical food preparation tool for rolling out and shaping dough. Rollers and rods are the two types of rolling pins. Rod rolling pins are thin tapered batons, whereas roller rolling pins are thick cylinders with little grips on each end. Rolling pins are available in a range of styles and materials, and they can be used for a variety of cooking and baking operations.

Dough

Dough is a thick, flexible, and occasionally elastic mixture produced from grains, legumes, or chestnuts. Dough is often formed by combining flour with a small amount of water or other liquid, with the addition of yeast or other leavening agents, as well as fats or flavourings. Making and shaping dough is the first step in making a wide range of meals, including breads and bread-based goods, as well as biscuits, cakes, cookies, dumplings, flatbreads, noodles, pasta, pastry, pizza, piecrusts, and other related items. Dough can be created from a number of flours, including wheat, rye, maize, rice, legumes, almonds, and other cereals or crops.

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