Inventors Kendall Smith and Latricia Richards-Smith of Polk City, FL have created a new hands-free breading station.Many popular foods are coated with a breading as part of the cooking process. This includes frying and baking. The process typically entails dipping the food into a binding liquid such as an egg wash. The food is then transferred to another container where a coating, such as flour or cornmeal, then sticks to the food. Finally, it is transferred to another container to continue the selected cooking process. All of these steps can be very messy, resulting in something Kendall and Latricia would call Franken-fingers! They just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, they were inspired to develop The Magic Dipper!The invention is a line of stackable cookware designed to coat food evenly while keeping hands clean and the food sterile. Food is first placed into the upper container with the egg wash or similar binding liquid. Once coated, the food is released from the top tier into the middle tier, while the binding material remains behind. In this container, food is coated with flour or a similar coating material. The food then drops to the last tier where the finished coated food is ready for frying or baking. How easy and mess-free!Want to learn more about The Magic Dipper? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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