Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker Reviews
Product Type: Jamie Oliver gadgets
Description:Brand: DKB Household and Jamie Oliver / Kitchen gadget / Crushes, grinds, blends, mixes and more / Fun, quirky and ... more
Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker ... highly original food preparation item / More versatile alternative to the Pestle and Mortar / Lightweight and easy to use / Dishwasher safe (top rack only) / Made from high grade thick core polycarbonate / Comfortable non-slip grip / Available in a range of colours. / Get the results of a mortar and pestle without the effort! Add your ingredients, insert the ceramic ball and shake to make marinades, rubs and dressings.
Newest Review: ... sure you don't lose it! The rubber is engraved with Jamie Oliver's name and the simple Flavour Shaker logo. To use the ... more
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Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker
"The Flavour Shaker is a really fun way too add great flavou ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker Reviews (26)
by daisylee3 - written on 13/10/12, updated on 13/10/12
I try to eat as healthily as possible and I make a lot of meals from scratch. I've recently become a Vegan so my food is quite limited until I start experimenting with the different meat substitutes etc, which is why I like to make dressings and marinades to add a bit of extra taste to my salads/pasta and so on. I used to just stick all of the ingredients into a bowl and stir it around but when I saw the flavour shakers by Jamie Oliver reduced in my local Debenhams, I decided to buy one - it seemed like a great idea and it also appealed to me because it would save on washing up as I wouldn't have to use any bowls or spoons, lol. I paid £8.00 for my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/12 (Very useful, 93 readings)
If a bit of kitchen kit is endorsed by a celebrity then its usually a big turn off for me, I can only imagine if it needs a celebrity name scrawled on the packaging they must be hiding something. I know this is not true, but the staunch cynic in my won't let this go - never-the-less, this 'Flavor Shaker' from Jamie Oliver is a handy tool in my kitchen and is something that gets frequent use. I like Jamie Oliver. I know 99.9% of the population are sick to the back teeth of him by now, but I still like him. I still consider that slide down the banister thing he did at the start of 'The Naked Chef' to be one of the coolest things I've ever seen. I love his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I enjoy cooking and so as a result tend to get a kitchen gadget or two for my birthday and for Christmas each year. Some of them have been super useful whilst others have been a bit of a disappointment. I'm afraid the Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker falls into the latter group. This is partly because it is an expensive gimmick but mainly because I just don't see the point of it. I got mine a few years ago for Christmas when Oliver was just about everywhere and everywhere he could be. Mine is the original flavour shaker and cost about £20 at the time. It has since been reincarnated in many styles and colours to keep it going, but I think you can buy the original in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I was bought this for Christmas about three years ago and I must say that in that time I've only used it a handful of times and find that it just sits in the cupboard unused but I feel as though I cannot throw it away seeing as it was a gift. I was bought it because I quite like Jamie Oliver and a friend of mine thought it would come in useful as I do like cooking and making sauces and things from scracth and I do find it quite hard to use a pestle and morter now that my wrists are quite bad so really there was quite a lot of thought behind the buying of this gift. The point of this gadget is to be used instead of a pestle and morter. The idea is that you ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 07/08/11
Jamie Oliver.... I think you love him or you hate him really and I do love him! I have some fantastic cookery books of his and a couple of salad and serving bowls from his range that I have been bought as gifts. When I saw the flavour shaker in TK MAXX for £6.99, I had to try one. I have been intrigued by them for ages and they usually retail at around £15.00, you can pick one up everywhere now, from supermarkets from department stores. *Description* It is a modern plastic pestle and mortar designed in the style of a bowling pin! It is made out of plastic, but there are parts that are rubberised for your fingers to hold so that the shaker ... Read the complete review
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