Do you know there is a perfect kitchen tool for measuring & whisking miso to make a quick bowl of delicious miso soup? Called the Miso Muddler, the Measuring Handy Whisk from UCHICOOK does just that.
Today I’m excited to partner with UCHICOOK to give away their beautifully designed Miso Muddler to 10 lucky winners. This giveaway is open WORLDWIDE to everyone, so enter for your chance to win this amazing tool!
What I love about this Miso Muddler is its ease of use especially when comes to making individual bowls of miso soup. I can just scoop up a ball of miso and dissolve the paste directly into the bowl or pot without using any extra spoon. The sleek design is also another feature that I like about this product. Aside from measuring and whisking miso, it is also perfect for beating eggs and whisking salad dressing and all sort of sauces.
UCHICOOK is a Japanese kitchenware company that focuses on design, innovation, and functionality. They are dedicated to paving the way for an easier and seamless cooking experience with an innovative approach to household kitchenware. The philosophy is to continuously examine the small hints and details that can make a real difference in our everyday life.
All their products are of the highest quality and made in Japan. From miso muddler, steam grill, pizza oven pot, grater spoon, to lockable tong, the products are more than just ordinary cookware but works of cutting-edge design.
Win a Measuring Handy Whisk – Miso Muddler
Made in Japan, this Measuring Handy Whisk – Miso Muddler – from UCHICOOK is the perfect little tool to make miso soup or any miso dishes. The double-sided shape allows you to measure the same amount of Miso (Japanese soybean paste) all the time. It will prevent you from using too much miso, avoiding the over-consumption of salt. You can also use it for beating eggs and stirring dressing and sauces every day.
- The special rounded structure for easily getting air into.
- Ergonomic design: the light, stylish body is for everyday use.
- Always measure the same amount of Miso and stir in soup. Put it into the miso, turn it around to take out a measured amount, then put it directly into your pan to dissolve.
- The small boll scoops 1 tbs of miso. The bigger one scoops 2 tbs.
Whether you are making miso soup, miso salmon or whisking sesame dressing, you’ll be amazed at how convenient and useful it is to use this handy whisk! And if you’re looking for more ways to use miso, here are some of my delicious miso recipes you want to make over and over again.
GIVEAWAY RULES: Please Note: Your email for the comment entry has to match with your email address in my Email Newsletter Subscription mailing list. This giveaway contest closes on September 30, at 12 p.m. PST and is open WORLDWIDE to everyone. Ten (10) winners will be selected via Random.org and contacted via email, so please include a valid email address in the email address entry box (please double check your spelling!). The winners are required to respond within 36 hours to claim the prize. HOW TO ENTER: The more tickets/comments left on this blog post will increase your odds of winning. Good luck! Ticket 1 (Required): Follow UCHICOOK Instagram and leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 2 (Required): Subscribe to my Email Newsletter if you haven’t and leave a comment below on this post. Ticket 3 (Optional): Follow my Instagram and then leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 4 (Optional): Subscribe to my YouTube channel and leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 5 (Optional): Like my Facebook and leave a separate comment below on this post. Full disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by UCHICOOK.
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Thank you for participating this giveaway! The winners are…
- Emilye (#420)
- Joy Li (#652)
- Yee Soan (#382)
- Barbara Yuen (#416)
- Tan Xuan (#770)
- Livia (#646)
- Yan Tong (#400)
- Liz (#478)
- Birgit Kratzheller ($152)
- Donna Urban (#588)
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