Norpro's Stainless Steel Funnel with Screen belongs with all your essential cooking tools. You can probably think of a hundred ways to use a stainless steel funnel, so choose a high quality funnel that can handle them all. Norpro's 5.5 inch Stainless Steel Funnel easily fills bottles and jars without a mess. The funnel stem's heart shaped design allows air to escape when filling a container. But wait, there's more! Insert the detachable screen when you need to strain out larger solids. Now you can reuse cooking oil, infuse vinegar with herbs, even brew your own beer! Excellent for canning too. Safe to use in the dishwasher, but hand washing is recommended.
- Measures 6 inches in diameter, stands 5 inches high
- Made of heavy duty stainless steel;dishwasher safe
- Use for transferring liquids between containers
- Detachable strainer so solids can be filtered from liquids
- Creased steam allows air to escape for easy filling
- Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 3 inches ; 4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B00004UE6N
- Item model number: 247
Average Customer Review (288 customer reviews)
Great Funnel, Great Buy, By J Keistler 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
June 25, 2009
Sometimes you just can't win. I've seen the other reviews whining that the included strainer isn't fine enough to catch all debris in leftover frying oil. Well, if Norpro had made the strainer finer, I'm certain we'd see people complaining that the strainer was too fine! This is a well-made funnel; I've had mine for years. Unlike plastic funnels, which never really feel clean after dealing with grease and oil, this one cruises through the dishwasher w/o problems. I have used the strainer for oil, but it is on the coarse side. However, I find this funnel works great with a Melitta #2 coffee filter, which I use for my small coffeemaker. I don't like using cheesecloth as it's a hassle. I'd suggest going to a coffee filter as an alternative. Additionally, I can pour hot oil after frying at a temp that would damage a plastic funnel.
A big funnel and worth the cost., By Ron Rudd
January 18, 2007
This funnel is bigger than I expected and for the cost it should have been. It is very nicely made with a very wide mouth and hefty material. It will hold a lot of liquid if you pour too fast but is very well balanced and has not yet tipped on me like other funnels do this is probably due to it's significant weight.
Could use a finer filter, By Lee Weinstein 'Lee'
November 6, 2006
I bought the funnel to put fry oil back in its bottles after each use. It turns out the filter that comes with the funnel is not nearly as fine as I would like for such an application. Otherwise, the funnel is fine. The side handle is useful.