The Chopstir Minimizes Prep Time By Merging Kitchen Tasks

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Oct 18, 2012 • References: harrietcarter
The Chopstir is a cross between a potato masher and a spatula, which makes it easier to chop foods that can't be chopped before they're cooked.

Foods like minced meat and tomatoes are prime examples of when spatulas and wooden spoons fail to do what's necessary. The X-shaped cooking utensil comes with a long handle, so users don't have to worry abut getting steam burns. Minimizing cutting time, the Chopstir cuts as well as mashes meats and soft vegetables. The plastic device can be used on regular skillets, but is gentle enough for non-stick pans as well. To conserve dishes so there's less to wash in the end, this fusion tool can also serve as a stirrer too.

Image Credits: Fresh Finds | Cutlery and More Stats for Time-Saving Kitchen Utensils Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 6,355 clicks in 184 w
Interest: 2.9 minutes
Concept: The Chopstir
Related: 53 examples / 41 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
Comparison Set: 20 similar articles, including: cheeky kitchen utensils, tool-inspired kitchen utensils, and curvaceous kitchen utensils.