Heat-resistant spatula

A kitchen tool, typically made of materials such as wood, metal, or silicone plastic, that are specifically constructed to withstand high temperatures when used for baking or cooking foods. There are several types of spatulas that are used for different purposes. One type is made with a handle attached to a flat blade or a spoon shaped blade. The straight shafted spatulas are most often used to spread toppings, scraping food from the sides of pots and mixing bowls, stirring ingredients in curved bowls, or folding ingredients into each other. They are generally made of a flexible silicone plastic or rubber that can move easily around and form into the shape of the bowl, pan, or pot containing the ingredients. The heat resistant spatulas are made to withstand high temperatures, exceeding 400 degrees, providing an all-purpose utensil to assist with meal preparation. Straight metal spatulas are most often made for spreading food toppings.
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