Scissors can be an underrated tool in the kitchen.
It seems like it can be easy to use a knife, tear things open or just run around searching for the right tools when you need them. However, trust us, it’s a game-changer to have actual kitchen scissors in your kitchen.
This week, we’re featuring our 7-in-1 multipurpose scissors. Not only are they super handy, they’re on sale this week for just $5 each – only until Sunday, September 29, 2019.
What do these scissors do?
The contoured non-slip handle is soft, so they’re easy to use. Along with comfort, they feature sharp, stainless steel blades that make quick work of everything from bags of chips to wrapping paper.
Plus, these scissors have a whole bunch of secret weapons. They have a peeler and scaler built-in, as well as a nut cracker and a bottle opener! There are also options for serrated edges and the blades separate for easy cleaning. Learn more about the 7 awesome features here.
Great ways to gift
These scissors will help with all your gift wrapping, but they’re also great for including in a gift.
You can tuck them in with a recipe book, some fresh herbs and twine to make a nice gift set for anyone who loves to cook. The scissors will come in handy for snipping up the fresh herbs in seasonal recipes.
Another option is to pair them with some of our other small-but-mighty tools we shared here.
Recipes to try
Chicken and Eggplant Parmesan – the lighter way
An amazing hack for kitchen scissors is using them to break up canned tomatoes. Whether the recipes calls for crushed or not, you can simply insert the scissors into the can to snip the tomatoes up right inside – saving yourself the mess!
Try this lightened recipe for chicken and eggplant parm from the Food Network to give it a try.
Buttery garlicky green beans
Make quick work of trimming green beans with the KSP scissors. This side dish is the perfect complement to any meal. Get the recipe here.
Citrus blueberry cake
Yes, freshly snipped herbs even make desserts better too. Try this light, refreshing cake that tastes even better than it looks. You’ll find the recipe here.