Cookbook:Rolling Pin

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A rolling pin is a long cylinder-shaped tool, often with handles on either end, used to roll out dough. Rolling pins can be made from wood, plastic, ceramic or marble.

In choosing a rolling pin, consider that:

  • Handle connections may be impossible to properly clean.
  • When refrigerated before use, ceramic and marble rolling pins help keep cold cookie dough from sticking.
  • Ceramic and marble rolling pins are heavy, expensive, and fragile.
  • Wood surfaces never really get clean.
  • A wooden central rod, or wooden handles, may snap during use.