The best rolling pin rings are made by Boao. Boao makes a set of rolling pin thickness rings in 0.4”, 0.2”, 0.08” and 0.04” sizes.
- various sizes of thickness things to cover 0.1 cm-1.0 cm thickness
- made of silicone – will stretch to fit over rolling pin to fit snug and not move
- wide width of silicone – makes for even and steady dough rolling
The inside diameter of the rings is 1.6” so be sure to measure the width of your rolling pin to see if they will fit over with a bit of give.
What can you use rolling pin thickness rings for
Rolling pin thickness rings are best used for measuring the width of your dough for making
- pastry crust
Rolling pin rings allow you to perfectly measure the doughs thickness without having to use a measuring tape.
How to clean rolling pin rings
Clean your rolling pin rings by hand using a bit of soap and water. Rinse and let dry overnight. You’ll be able to reuse your rolling pin rings for years to come.
What are rolling pin rings
Rolling pin rings are used to roll out dough to an exact measurements.
Rolling pin rings are made to snugly fit on either end of the rolling pin, lifting the rolling pin to the particular measurement.
The rolling pin is then used to roll out the dough until it’s the particular measurement, and not any further. This creates a perfectly even rolled dough for your recipe.
Rolling pin rings will work best on an even, cylindrical rolling pin.
Do not use rolling pin rings on a French rolling pin that is tapered.
How do rolling pin rings work?
Rolling pin rings work by lifting the rolling pin to an particular measurement according to which rolling pin ring you are using.
The rolling pin rolls the dough out to the exact measurement, not any less than the rolling pin ring because the silicone holds the rolling pin up from pressing it down any more.
- Stretch your rolling pin rings and place them on either end of your rolling pin.
- Flour your rolling pin.
- Place your dough on your floured countertop and roll the dough with it being centered under the rolling pin.
- Roll out the dough until it matches the exact height of your rolling pin. You’ll know it’s ready if it doesn’t seem to be growing any further as you roll.
- Your dough is ready to use!