Review Your Order
Close

Shopping Cart

  • 0 Total
  • $0.00
0
CHECK  OUT
Cooking

KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment

$99.95

New & Exclusive
new
Cooking  »  » Specialty Cookware
SKU:

Stainless Steel Couscoussier, 7 qt.

Traditionally used to cook the signature North African dish for which it is named, this couscoussier features a lower pot for stewing meals and an upper pot for steaming couscous. As the generously proportioned outer pot stews large portions of lamb, fish, ...Read More

Html Area Empty
Close
Html Area Empty

Description

Traditionally used to cook the signature North African dish for which it is named, this couscoussier features a lower pot for stewing meals and an upper pot for steaming couscous. As the generously proportioned outer pot stews large portions of lamb, fish, chicken or vegetables, steam rises to infuse the semolina couscous in the pot above with succulent flavor. Also makes a great one-pot steamer for healthy meals.

  • Manufacturer: Frabosk
  • Material: Stainless steel, glass
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 13" x 9½" x 11½"
  • Capacity: 7 qt.
  • Made in Italy
FEATURES
  • Rounded base makes it easy to stir and serve and helps keep food from sticking
  • Outer pot is induction compatible with a triple-ply base for efficient heating
  • Inner colander allows steam to rise and can also be used as a strainer
  • Glass lid features a vent that allows excess steam to escape
  • Wide loop handles provide a secure grip when transporting either outer or inner pot
NEED HELP DECIDING? | Send us an email | Call us at 800-243-0852
Html Area Empty

Customer Reviews

There are no reviews for this item. Write a Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
 

Questions & Answers

Browse 4 questions and 7 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
This couscoussier is aesthetically pleasing. The function of the glass cover allows for checking to be sure the steam is properly cooking the couscous. The large handles help in the transfer of liquid.
Tracy G on Jan 15, 2015
I have one alumuniom and I like Stainless Steel on and it's 7 qt what I have is 4 qt.
ABDEL M on Dec 20, 2014
Made with 18/10 stainless steel. So hard to find a steamer as good a quality as this. Pot is perfect size for small stews and soups. This is my second purchase of this item.
Sun K on Jan 11, 2015
This is what my granddaughter wanted for Christmas
JOYCE B on Dec 7, 2014
Can quinoa be steamed in the top or will it fall through the holes? If that is the case, can you suggest a cooking tool like this in which I could cook quiona or a modification by using another "colander type" device on the top? Thanks
A shopper on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, it can be steamed, and a little may fall through the holes. You can minimize that by: 1) rinse the grain using a sieve, 2) place the grain in a large flat bowl, splash 1/2 cup of water per cup of grain over the the grain while stirring with your fingers or a fork, 3) let the grain sit for 10 minutes to absorb the water and start to swell, 4) put the grain in the steamer and steam it for 15 minutes, 5) take the steamer off the pot and place the grain back in the flat bowl, splash some salted water over the grain as you fluff it up and break up any lumps, 6) put the grain back in the steamer and steam again for 15 minutes, 7) place the grain back in the flat bowl, if the grain is cooked to your liking, season it and stir in some of your favorite fate, butter, eg. olive oil, or coconut oil, if the grain still needs a little more cooking, repeat steps 5 and 6. It sounds like a lot of fussing but you'll end up with big fluffy separated grains and it'll taste divine!
Reply · Report · Mr. H on Dec 13, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (1)
Are all the parts made in Italy or is the steamer part made in China as most of the other steamers are in every cookware line?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2014
Best Answer: No, this entire couscoussier is made in Italy.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Aug 5, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (1)
Does this have to be used with a special kind of couscous, or can you use the storebought "instant" couscous and prepare it the traditional way too?
Sarah H on Jan 8, 2015
Best Answer: I have used it with store bought instant 100% semolina couscous and fixed it the traditional way and it worked fine. But I used a cheese cloth and sometimes a thin cotton cloth underneath to avoid the couscous from going through the sieve.
Reply · Report · Lulit m on Jan 8, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
 

TOP
Close
Close

Registry Management: Multiple Registries
Close

Choose a Registry

We've found more than just one registry in your account. Which registry would you like to choose?