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How many times have you plonked some spaghetti into a pan, only to realise after you've dished up everyone else's plates that you didn't put enough in to give yourself a portion? Or you discover that instead of cooking just enough for you, you've managed to make enough to feed the five thousand? Well, with this cool Joseph Joseph spaghetti portion tool you can put an end to all that. Quickly and easily measure 1-4 portions of dry spaghetti, making sure that you always cook the perfect amount!
In funky lime green with a grey outer trim, this spaghetti measuring tool is a must-have for every kitchen. No more wasting food, and no more leaving the table too stuffed to walk because you haven't done quite enough for a spare portion. Ideal for anyone who likes to throw dinner parties and perfect for beginner cooks, this spaghetti serving size tool will save you time and money.
Designed by Joseph Joseph, this funky gadget is both super stylish and high quality. A cool addition to your kitchen, you can be sure that it will last for years to come. It also makes a great housewarming gift for spaghetti lovers! Pair it with an Italian recipe book and a great bottle of wine and wait for an invite to their next dinner do.
Love it, it's cool! Does what it's meant to do but in a less boring way. Perfect for storage in a packed drawer as it lays flat in a corner.
Jodi | 20/05/15
so helpful, handy and ingenious - I always could never measure the right amount of spaghetti, but with this brilliant gadget I now can. Anything from Joseph Joseph range is always great quality
Madeline | 17/02/15
What a great idea and so simple. We always got the quantities of spaghetti wrong - no longer, and such a simple idea. Brilliant.
KG | 09/01/15
Funky item and looks like it will do the job. We love spaghetti bolognaise in our house but never do the correct amount of pasta, hopefully this will resolve those issues.
Caroline George | 23/11/13
This is a great item for my teenage son who is learning to cook. Quantities can be hard to judge to begin with, so no more wasted pasta!
DJJill | 30/10/13
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