Reddit Reddit reviews OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer, Green

We found 8 Reddit comments about OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer, Green. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer, Green
High walls keep contents contained and away from boiling water, while stay-cool handles allow for stable transferPleats allow steamer flex accommodating pots that have a 7" diameter or greaterFlexible handles fold inward and lock in place allowing the use of lids on potsIdeal for use in pressure cookersHigh walls keep contents contained and away from boiling waterLarge capacity with flat bottom fits larger items such as fillets of fishSteamer rolls up and handles hook onto feet for compact storageDishwasher safe
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8 Reddit comments about OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer, Green:

u/OriginalMisphit · 2 pointsr/xxketo

I have one that’s a basket, like this:
OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer, Green

Works great inside a glass bowl in the microwave, tablespoon of water in the bowl. Super quick to do broccoli, zucchini, cauliflower etc.

u/playhertwo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Let's do it in the kitchen.

This contest was MADE FOR ME. My wish list is 90% stuff I want for the kitchen. Edit: I am only linking things that I have tried for myself so I can recommend them.

Have you seen these gloves? Never cut your finger off again! Need to steam stuff but you're tired of burning your fingers removing your veggies? I got you, girl! Love cooking with garlic but you're tired of your hands always smelling like it? No sweat! Tired of always fishing your spoons out of your spaghetti sauce? No worries!

For me, I just need my cast iron pans and I'm a happy girl. My dutch oven is probably my favorite one, I can make ANYTHING in it.

u/spacewolfplays · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

silicon collander is what I would think, or maybe a silicon steaming stand,

u/duddles · 1 pointr/PressureCooking

Thanks, I appreciate the advice. The silicon basket sounds like a good idea - would it be something like this?

u/Captcha_Imagination · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Re: Cooking.

People usually gain weight when they first cook for themselves because pre made frozen stuff, boxed, canned, etc...stuff is so much easier.

But guess what? Salads and steamed vegetables of all kinds are just as easy.Get something to steam in. I use

You can steam up veggies to eat that day and the next. You can google different salad dressings to make it taste different every time. Using fresh herbs helps in this aspect.

Grocery shop twice a week. More and you will get sick of it and less and you won't have fresh vegetables to eat. Don't buy junk. If you want to buy junk, do it knowing that you will eat it that day...or in the next few days. Another perk of buying mostly vegetables and lean meats is how cheap your grocery bills will be. The center aisles of a grocery store will not only expand your waistline slowly over time but also break the bank.

I prefer making it in a grill pan but a lot of single people love using stuff like the George Foreman grill. You can make chicken breasts to last you 2-3 days.

Eat simple during the week. Cook every second day and eat leftovers the next day. On weekends once or twice try your hand at a more complicated dish that can also provide leftovers for the week. For example if you make a good stew, you can even freeze some.

u/tb21666 · 1 pointr/PressureCooking

I use a tall pot on my NU Wave Ti keeping the food bags far from the bottom & get fabulous results.

I suppose you could use a tall trivet or strainer of some sort that can handle the temp, but wouldn't put it under pressure & no more than 130ºF in such a small vessel (might cook too fast?) for maybe 2-3 hours.

Also, IME, reverse sear cannot touch a properly done sous vide cut with a razor thin bark torched to perfection.

u/ficuslicus · 1 pointr/instantpot

It is elevated on legs, but the sides fit snugly against the sides of the pot. It's an OXO Good Grips and I'm using it in the 3-qt Mini.

u/juggerthunk · 1 pointr/Cooking

I steamed some fish in one and never got the smell out. I got rid of it and picked up a silicone steamer.