Dreamfarm Vebo and Scizza4

Posted on November 7, 2010 by ChristieCookware Tests

I recently got sent these two cooking appliances from Dreamfarm to test out. You might know the company for their famous potato masher called a Smood.

Pictured above is a Vebo and a Scizza.

The Vebo is a versatile little container that you can boil or steam stuff in and then simply lift it out of the pot to drain – with no messy transferring to a colander!

It’s made of soft, malleable plastic and squashes down almost flat so you can easily store it inside any small saucepan. Perfect for me, as I’m just about out of cupboard space – too many cooking appliances!

I’ve used it for peas, potatoes and chinese prawn dumplings so far and am looking forward to possibly using it for baby food further down the track.

The Scizza is a super clever design of kitchen scissors with a flat bottom blade. It’s a dream for cutting pastry, especially flaky filo.

I recently used it when I whipped up a batch of my healthy chicken sausage rolls with great success. The non-stick nylon base was also perfect for use on my precious Bessemer pot so that it didn’t get scratched for our Friday night pizza on the stovetop too!

I’m looking forward to giving the scizza more of a workout on some delicate filo pastry desserts soon.

That’s all for today!

Chat soon, Christie x

Interested in other cooking appliances I’ve tested? See these:

Sunbeam Slow Cooker
Bessemer 34cm Baking Dish with Lid

  • The Scizza does look interesting, always getting lectured about scraping the bottom of pots and pans, maybe this might stop that!

  • What a great idea to be able to run the scizza along the bottom of a pizza pan! I HATE getting scratches on my non stick pans, but sometimes they just appear. Maybe this would help, I’ll keep a lookout for them.

  • I can’t wait to try mine out! :D

  • Yeah Nice post.I frequently get the problem of scratches on my pans.I am looking forward to get rid of this problem.
    The features of this scizza are good.I will give a try.

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