Spurtle – a traditional Scottish utensil dating from the 15th century. The tool’s brilliant design works as well now as it did then. Although best known for stirring porridge it’s great for soups, stews and broth too. The cylindrical shape helps to prevent lumps forming during cooking. Food is less likely to stick to the sides of the pan. Its low surface area reduces the chance of food clinging to the spurtle. Woods vary so cannot be individually selected and as each one is hand made the design may vary slightly.
Dimensions: 285mm long x 25mm at its widest.