Reference > Kitchen Equipment > Colander

Colander

Besides the ordinary colander, it is necessary to have a fine one. We mean, by a fine colander, one with holes half the size of the ordinary ones, that is, just between the colander and strainer. A colander should not have holes on the sides; it is handier and more clean with holes at the bottom only.

Source

Hand-Book of Practical Cookery (1884).

Print

Print recipe/article only


comments powered by Disqus