Helen Chen 的亚洲厨房翻转压机和钢琴制作机
- 与中国食品专家 Helen Chen *制作
- 可在洗碗机中*；可创造 4 英寸倾倒
使用这款 Helen Chen 的亚洲厨房系列的多用途双面推车，创造具有*成分的自制羽绒作品。 按压机采用坚固的铰链中心，带有易于抓握的手柄。 用面团盖住打开的模具，添加您的填料选择，关闭顶部按压。 脊状牙齿确保无缝密封，防止渗漏。 这款独特的按键还可以用于小萝卜、钢罗琴或陶器，并且可在洗碗机中清洗，易于清洗。
开口 -- 22.23 cm 直径 x 4.45 cm 高；内饰 -- 10.16 cm 直径 x 2.54 cm 高
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To make dumplings and the like, I use this:
Wilton Comfort Grip Round Cookie Cutter
to cut my wrappers. 5 at a time, press and twist. This makes a round wrapper that is too small for this press, but not by a lot, and it alleviates the "too much edge" complaint.
The plastic is study and it washes easily.
The part of the press that is deepest, to allow for filling, is a circle in the middle of the press (as it should be), measuring only 3cm in diameter. This circle lies only 7mm (in height) from the edges of the press. There simply isn't enough room for filling. Even for small dumplings, which don't require much, this press doesn't hold enough to make a palatable dumpling that isn't made up almost entirely of dough (or wrapper, if that's what's used).
As far as the difficulty in finding appropriately-sized wrappers to fit this press that has been expressed by some here, I have a simple solution. I used the bottom of the press to score my rolled-out dough, then cut circles perfectly sized to fit this press. I'm sure this method could be employed to trim pre-cut wrappers, too. But this raises the question, if one has to employ my method, is the product truly simplifying the dumpling-making process?
I don't like this product, because the dumplings that can be produced through its use have an oddly small ratio of filling to wrapper/dough. I do think that the item appears to be well-made of decent materials and thus should be durable. While I can see the attraction of a press like this which promises to save time and simplify the process of pressing dumplings, I didn't find that it made the process any easier than by hand. To me, the craftsmanship and durability are trumped by the poor design and lack of ability of the product to simplify the process for which it was designed.