I've been wanting to replace the smaller steamer that we've had for 12 years. It's served it's purpose.
Luckily I got a new Sunsella Stainless Steel Vegetable Steamer to review.
The diameter 5.3" - 9.25", and the height range (legs included) 2" - 3.35".
Things You Can Make in a Steamer:
- Seafood (fish, mussels, crabs, and clams)
- Meat and Chicken
- Some Desersts
- Making Baby Food
About Sunsella Stainless Steel Vegetable Steamer
- It's 100% high-grade stainless steel. That includes the legs.
- It wont rust like the cheaper aluminum versions.
- The center post and legs are attached. No assembly is required.
- It's easy to remove from many sizes of pans with a custom designed central ring. The ring on our old one was not as nice as this one.
- Your veggies stay tender, and have a perfect crunch at the same time.
- It's $24 and it's marked down to $11.99 on Amazon. That really is a steel in my book; for how much we use a steamer in our house.
I thought it worked great! I used it to make broccoli, and hard boiled eggs. I want to use it to make gluten free chicken and dumplings soon. Will it just sit in our kitchen and not get used? Nope! We'll used it a lot. The only difficulty I had was getting pictures for my readers - you. The broccoli kept steaming up my lens. I just waited a bit, and got a photo.
Do you use a steamer in your kitchen? What do you use it for?
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