|Brand||Helen's Asian Kitchen|
|Manufacturer||Harold Import Company|
|Special Features||Dishwasher Safe|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Manufacturer||Harold Import Company|
|Item model number||97017|
|Product Dimensions||27.94 x 27.94 x 0.76 cm; 15.88 Grams|
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- Helen’s Steaming Ring for using bamboo steamers directly over stockpots or Dutch ovens and free up woks and stir fry pans for other cooking tasks
- Made from aluminum; lightweight, yet sturdy and durable; will never rust; stores away flat in a kitchen cabinet
- Quickly converts stockpots or Dutch ovens to accommodate 10-inch bamboo steamers; steam cook foods without sacrificing the use of woks or stirfry pans
- Simultaneously steam over a separate pot while stir frying in a wok; no more risk of removing the wok’s naturally accrued non-stick patina seasoning
- Set Steaming Ring over pot of boiling water, top with bamboo steamer, and follow recipe; don’t allow pot to boil dry; hand wash in warm, soapy water
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Helen’s Asian Kitchen Steaming Ring quickly converts any stockpot or Dutch oven into a compatible base for using bamboo steamers directly over the steaming pot. No more sacrificing the use of woks or stirfry pans while steaming foods. Don’t risk boiling away the wok’s naturally accrued non-stick patina seasoning, that coveted buildup which accrues over time to create a naturally non-stick surface. Specially designed to support 10-inch bamboo steamers over stockpots or Dutch ovens, the Steaming Ring frees up woks and stirfry pans for other cooking tasks while foods steam simultaneously over a separate pot. Have the best of both worlds, stirfried and steamed foods at the same time, for healthier meals with less cooking time. A useful addition to cooking utensils and steaming tools that’s so easy to use and stores away flat in a kitchen cabinet. Simply set the Steaming Ring over a stockpot of boiling water. Place the 10-inch bamboo steamer on top and cook foods according to recipe. Do not allow pot to boil dry. Made from aluminum, Helen Chen’s Steaming Ring is lightweight, yet strong and durable. Will never rust. Hand wash in warm, soapy water. Brought to you by HIC Harold Import Co. Not affiliated with Joyce Chen products.
“Accentuate the natural flavor of foods. Retain nutrients and vitamins while cooking with less fat or oil.” – Helen Chen
Helen's Asian Kitchen Bamboo Steamers
Steaming food helps retain fresh textures and flavors, and preserves precious nutrients. Steamers are made from 100-percent natural bamboo, a fast-growing alternative to traditional materials for a more sustainable living.
- Made of strong and durable natural bamboo
- Available in four sizes: 4", 6", 10", 12"
- Ideal for vegetables, seafood, meats and dumplings
- Perfect for cooking, reheating and serving your favorite dim sum
- Bamboo absorbs condensation so no water will drip back onto the food
- Tightly constructed and woven to trap steam for quick and efficient cooking
- Healthy, low-fat cooking method
How steamers work:
A bamboo steamer is designed to sit over another pot containing boiling water. As the water boils, the steam enters the steamer through the open slats in the bottom and is contained in the steamer by the lid. The bamboo steamer absorbs any condensation, keeping water from dripping back onto the food. When heated, it forms a hot container and, with the cover in place, can keep food warm for up to half an hour. The bamboo steamer is also an attractive serving piece and may be brought right to the table. Foods that are steamed require little or no added oils or fats, and they retain vitamins and minerals and cook quickly and evenly.
Tips for steaming the Asian way:
When steaming dry foods such as breads and dim sum, line the bottom of the steamer tier with parchment paper or cabbage leaves to prevent sticking. 9.5" parchment rounds do the job easily. However, for foods that are seasoned such as seafood, meats and tofu, steam them in a heat-proof shallow dish (such as a Pyrex pie plate) to catch the flavorful and nutritious juices. The dish should be about 1 inch smaller than the diameter of the steamer and the food should not touch the inside of the lid to allow steam to circulate freely around the food for even cooking. The added benefit of using a dish is that the bamboo steamer stays clean. Use specially designed Plate Retriever Tongs for added safety.
Caring for Your Bamboo Steamer:
Before using for the first time, rinse the bamboo steamer and lid with cold water. After each use, wash steamer with hot water and a brush, if necessary. Do not use soaps or detergents — bamboo may absorb fragrance and impart unwanted flavors to foods. Allow steamer to thoroughly air dry before storing in a well-ventilated place.
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