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Rosette-Iron Mold, Cast Aluminum Medium Floral Shape

Rosette-Iron Mold, Cast Aluminum Medium Floral Shape
Item No. 7070
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Medium Floral Rosette Iron Mold, Cast Aluminum

Similar to Fritters or Funnel cakes, Scandinavian Rosettes are a thin and crunchy pastry made by dipping a Rosette or Timbale iron into a thin batter, then frying it in hot oil. Rose cookies, or Rosettes, are traditionally made in patterns that elicit the holidays, using shapes like snowflakes or stars, or in shell or cup-shapes using Timbale Irons. Today, these irons come in an assortment of interesting patterns, such as this Medium Floral design. Our Rosette Molds are made from a cast aluminum alloy, so they are lightweight for easy handling around hot oil, and durable. Design allows for the rosette cookie to slide easily off the mold after frying (Irons should be seasoned properly in hot oil prior to first use).

  • Medium floral Rosette mold measures 3" across, 1/2" high (Item # 7070)
  • Molds are made from a durable lightweight cast aluminum alloy; rosettes slide right off the mold after frying
  • Rosette irons should be seasoned before first uses to ensure easy release of cookies
  • Rosette Iron Handles are sold separately
Specifications
Features
Material Cast aluminum
Shape Floral
Bottom Style Solid / Fixed
Dimensions and Weights
Height 1"
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Rosette-Iron Mold, Cast Aluminum Medium Floral Shape Average Customer Rating
5 stars - (2 reviews)
Iron Thank you, so glad to of found a big iron.
By Donna Laws, Ohio on October 31, 2017
Fun times This VERY large iron is the perfect compliment to the smaller one I purchased in Honolulu about 60 years ago. It showed up just in time for us to make Chinese pretzels for Chinese New Year!
By Marilyn Barney, Utah on January 21, 2017