Kuhn Rikon Kochblume Spill Stopper, Large, 12-Inch, Green
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- Set your timer, cover pot with spill stopper and go blissfully about your business
- Use as both a lid and a splatter guard
- Made of heavy silicone that's heat resistant up to 400 degrees
- Perfect for pasta, rice, soups, milk and starchy liquids
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
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Tired of pots boiling over and making a mess? Announcing the end of burned-on spills from boiled over pasta, rice, soups, milk and starchy liquids. Use the Kuhn Rikon Spill STOPPER and never worry about pots boiling over again. It works as both a lid and a splatter guard. Heavy silicone Spill Stopper traps excess foam and liquid so it doesn't spill all over your stove. Heat resistant to over 400-degrees. Fits Pots 6 to 10-inches diameter.
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1. It is ventable. This makes it much more versatile for cooking. You can twist the daisy to open the vents or leave it and it will only vent when you pot is boiling over.
2. It has handles to pull it off and on steaming pots
3. It is beveled so it sits slightly into the pan or pot creating a natural seal in all different size pots and pans up to 10"
4. It is a much heavier gauge than most silicone tops (it seems it will last forever)
5. The pretty print hides smudges
6. It is black so it blends in nicely with my stove and all my cookware
If they made a larger size I would buy it in a heartbeat.
No more boiling over the pots, when family is over since its always mashed potatoes, or pasta so this saves her so much scrubbing the next day. I am glad I got it for her.
I have also found that it is a good substitute for a plastic film cover for raising bread. It hold in the humidity. I have has the bread raise to the cover, but it doesn't seem to stick to the silicon.
As for some of the complaints of other reviewers, I have not had their problems. While I would not try to look under a cover when it is over boiling (and defeating its purpose), I do check the contents of the pot and stirring by pulling the little handles over the cover. The cover will protect you from steam burns. As for dripping when it is removed, I just lift it over the pot so most of the liquid falls back in. I have not tried it for fried foods since I think it would keep too much moisture in the pan with the flower in place and too much fat out of the pan with it removed.