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Cooking spoons come in all kinds of shapes, sizes and materials so you can properly stir and serve the endless varieties of food out there. Whether you're looking for cooking spoons to outfit your new kitchen or specialized pieces for serving new recipes and keeping your cookware in good condition, you'll find an assortment of cooking spoons to suit your needs at Walmart.com.
Cooking spoons come in a variety of materials that each offer distinct advantages and disadvantages. Metal spoons are durable, versatile and often dishwasher-safe, but you should avoid using them with non-stick pans, since they can scratch and remove the non-stick material and ruin the pan. Metal spoons can be used as serving utensils, since they can have thinner handles that are easier to manipulate. Wooden spoons add a classic accent to your kitchen and are typically more affordable. They're a great choice for stir frying and tasting hot foods, but they're not as useful for serving since their handles are thicker. Silicone, nylon and rubber spoons are also gentle on non-stick cookware. Use silicone spoons when dealing with delicate foods like fish, since harder materials like wood and metal can cause the fish to break apart.
Slotted spoons are used for stirring and draining liquid from foods when serving. For example, if you're steaming broccoli and there's still some water in the pan, you can use a slotted spoon to remove the broccoli and serve guests without flooding their plates. Use ladles to serve stews, soups and drinks.