Lékué 22-oz. Steamer Cases with Tray+ Free Cookbook
The removable inner tray is perforated to allow for draining. Remove the tray for “stew-type” cooking. The shape of the case provides for ideal steam circulation and faster, more even cooking. Withstands temperatures up to 428°F.
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- Material: Platinum silicone. BPA and PFOA free
- Care: Dishwasher safe
- Capacity: 22 oz.
- Dimensions: 2½" x 9½" x 5½"
- Warranty: Lékué offers a 10-year warranty for manufacturer’s defects, and will replace any item with the same or similar item if the item fails during use. Warranty not effective for commercial use
- Manufactured in Spain; assembled in China
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I also use it for caramelizing onions (about 5 minutes for a medium onion)
And substituting 1/4 of chardonay for water in any of the steamed vegetable recipes works pretty nicely too
So easy to use and easy clean-up. Wonderful way to cook quickly with lots of flavor... From Tilapia to Grouper to Chicken, not to mention the veggies that add to the flavor and complete meal. My wife uses hers almost every day at the office for lunches and we've both had several dinners already using the steamer.
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Questions & Answers
Is it still safe to use in higher wattage microwaves?
I have heard so much about plastics heated..what is the safety of the silicone?
Hope this helps.
Standing time with fish is important not to over cook, better to under cook and let residual heat finish the process.