French Whisk

If you only invest in one whisk, this should be it.  The most versatile, it does just about everything you want from a whisk, like mixing, emulsifying, aerating, deglazing, enriching, beating, and scraping. Its tear shape does a good job of getting into the corners of shallow skillets for roux and custards. We liked the handle on OXO's Good Grips version because it doesn't absorb heat from the pan and burn your hands, and it's nicely weighted so it remains in the mixing bowl without tumbling out.



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