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|Product Dimensions||25.4 x 25.4 x 15.24 cm; 1.04 Kilograms|
Joyce Chen Bamboo Steamer Set, 10-inch
- 2-tier bamboo steamer; designed by famous restaurateur Joyce Chen
- 2 stackable baskets made of woven bamboo; domed lid traps moisture
- Designed for use inside a wok or over a stockpot; ideal for dim sum
- Leverages steam cooking to produce healthy foods; avoids fats and grease
- Measures 10 inches in diameter; gift-boxed; hand wash with water
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Cook effectively and efficiently with this well-designed bamboo steamer. For wok or stockpot use, bamboo steamers are typically used for cooking dim sum and other traditional steamed foods. Steaming foods also gives an added health advantage over pan frying and sauteing, because you don't have to use extra oils and food retains more of it's natural nutrients and vitamins. Featuring a domed lid to trap steam and two baskets (two tiers) to hold foods, the steamer fits comfortably into a wok or stockpot (recommended 2 inches larger than steamer diameter), and is a testament to Joyce Chen's high standards. 10" diameter x 6" H
Joyce Chen 2-Tier Bamboo Steamer Baskets, 10-Inch
- Time-tested method for creating restaurant-style dishes at home, including dumplings, veggies, and fish
- Two tiers to cook several dishes or servings at a time
- So simple to use: place in a pan of water and heat
- Made with traditional bamboo, which is also a renewable resource
Fact: dumplings are best served piping hot and fresh from the steamer, not wilted and lukewarm from a takeout container. With this three-tier bamboo steamer, you can skip the wilted take out and recreate the restaurant experience at home. Steamers such as these have been used by chefs for thousands of years because they’re easy to use and they consistently turn out delicious meals. Just fill and stack the steamer in a wok with a little water. Fish comes out perfectly flaky, and veggies retain a bit of bite. Best of all, cleanup is easy with a damp, soapy sponge.
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The product pictured is their original steamer. Notice how thick the sidewalls are. It was solid, and fit tightly. The one I received today was half the thickness. It's cheaply made, and I can't imagine it lasting very long. The steamer was also covered with bamboo dust. I guess they don't even bother blowing/wiping the dust off anymore. one of the trays was also slightly out of round, so when stacked, it didn't quite seal tightly. With a few uses, it's probably going to warp significantly given how thin it is.
This is going back!
Overall it works great. Both levels steam great. I keep it from getting too gunked up by lining the bottom with cabbage or lettuce leaves. It wipes clean with a sponge, and then I air dry it. I've heard that they can get mold if not fully dried. And the design is very simple but attractive. So far so great!
I doubt this could be a health risk, however, it certainly doesn't appear sanitary and it calls into question the quality of materials being used.