Trudeau Stainless Steel Vegetable Steamer
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- 9-inch, stainless steel, folding, vegetable steaming tray with extendible handle
- Colander-style vegetable steamer with plastic extender handle
- Handle helps keep hands out of steam; 3 legs lift food above water
- Dishwasher-safe stainless steel; sturdy plastic handle
- Steamer measures 9 inches in diameter by 5-1/2 inches tall; 5-year warranty
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|Dimensions||4 inches x 7.12 inches x 7.12 inches||6.25 inches x 7 inches x 5 inches||x x||x x|
|Item Package Weight||0.66 pounds||1.15 pounds||0.35 pounds||0.64 pounds|
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The Trudeau stainless steel vegetable steamer has a familiar, blossom-shaped design that folds to look rather like a flying saucer. It sits on three sturdy steel legs that keep the basket out of boiling water during steaming. Most steamer baskets of this type have a small, hard-to-reach handle that makes extricating the steamer from a hot pan difficult. The Trudeau vegetable steamer handle, however, extends up like a plunger providing a broad grip and large oval loop that help keep hands away from scalding steam.
The Trudeau vegetable steamer is made of dishwasher-safe steel and heat-resistant plastic. Allow the tool to dry completely before folding for storage. The steamer is 9 inches across when unfolded, and stands 5-1/2 inches tall with handle fully extended. Trudeau guarantees this product with a five-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. --Garland Withers
Top Customer Reviews
But, it has a plastic handle and little plastic feet that sit in between it and the inside of the pan you boil water in. When I first saw this I thought: "Huh. Plastic in a high-heat cooking tool. Ah well, it's probably some sort of strong, heat resistant plastic." Well yes, up to the temperature of boiling water, sure. But the temperature of the pan the little feet are sitting on is a bit hot for it. The feet (and part of the handle) actually melted into the metal disk and the bottom of the pan when I left the steamer on for a few minutes after taking out my steamed veggies. The smell of burnt plastic was just awful, and took forever to get rid of. And the pan I had sat the steamer in is now ruined- I'm not going to cook with it now that there are bits of plastic congealed on it and it smells like chemicals.
Conclusion: theoretically good design, but shoddy materials.
It has rubber/plastic feet - won't scratch the pot. Plastic center handle has low specific heat - no worries about burned fingers - also extends 2-inches - better lift stability. Over the years we've had several steamers - this is the best design. (Weight: 11-ounces)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not the highest quality product I've ever purchased, but does what it's supposed to.Published 3 months ago by RAL
These are great. Why drown your veggies in water and boil away a lot of the good stuff? This cooks them however you like them and really keeps the flavor and nutrients in. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stu and Lynn
love the suction feet at the bottom. I believe this one will last years!Published 12 months ago by Shanna Davis-Mayorga
very good quality. i like the handle that telescopes so you can pick it up easily without spilling the food you just steamed.Published 17 months ago by Raider52
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