How to Form Perfectly Sized Cookies (or Meatballs) Every Time
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phyllis December 9, 2015
It sounds like more effort than an ice cream scoop, but it's cute and a good way to teach kids some math.
theresa M. December 9, 2015
so, you have to have a large surface to roll it all out, cut it evenly, and then roll it into a ball? how is this easier than an ice cream scoop (or two spoons)? it's also a bad idea because it works the dough, or meat, more than you should. making less tender cookies and hard meatballs.
Greenstuff December 8, 2015
Really, it just takes a little experience to roll consistently sized meatballs and cookies. Make meatballs once a week for a few weeks, and you'll have that skill forever.
Franca December 8, 2015
Why would you go to all the trouble of rolling and cutting when you can scoop right out of the bowl the dough has been mixed in?
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