Reddit Reddit reviews Stainless Steel Collapsible Vegetable Steamer 12 Inch

We found 9 Reddit comments about Stainless Steel Collapsible Vegetable Steamer 12 Inch. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Stainless Steel Collapsible Vegetable Steamer 12 Inch
Opens to 12 inches wide in diameterAdjust to fit most pansCentered ring-hook for easy liftingQuality Stainless Steel; Dishwasher safeThree (3) removable
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9 Reddit comments about Stainless Steel Collapsible Vegetable Steamer 12 Inch:

u/cincinnati_MPH · 4 pointsr/instantpot

I use one of these to hard boil eggs in my IP. We already had it (also use it in a pot on the stove for veggies). Works fine. The little feet keep it off the bottom enough.

u/jeexbit · 3 pointsr/Cooking

You might consider getting a steamer, they are super easy and fast - you can make veggies and whatnot simply and it's easy to reheat items that way as well. My 4 yo willingly chows down on broccoli and cauliflower because we started him on steamed veggies when he began solid foods. A simple steamer insert in a pan would work as well, just not as hassle free. Just some food for thought :) Good luck!

u/ftwkd · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I have a steamer insert that i put on the bottom of a stockpot, then fill with enough water to bring it just to the bottom of the insert. I put the lid on and bring it to a full boil. Add as many eggs as you want (I've done up to 2 dozen this way, but you could do more), replace the lid, and steam for 11 minutes. You could do more or less time depending on your preferences, but thats's the perfect time for me. I found that a pasta server is the easiest way to remove the eggs to an ice water bath, and that an ice water bath is essential to stopping the cooking so I don't get that green ring around my yolk.

u/connoisseurusveg · 2 pointsr/VegRecipes

Thank you! Any type of steamer could work, you just want to make sure it has a (substantially) flat base so that you can space the dumplings from each other, so they don't stick together. Something like this might work - you might just need to steam them in batches because the flat part is relatively small.

u/shoreman5 · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

Look for a veggie steamer - they are pretty inexpensive

They confirm to pots generally

u/isthisallforme · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

Get one of these

And put water in, to just below the rack (water shouldn't touch the food)

u/Amylase152 · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I've had good luck using one of these. I implemented this method as soon as I ran into the problem you described and haven't looked back since.

u/Drea1683 · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Basically this one, but not sure of the size. The nice thing about this one it fits in any pot!

u/W1ULH · 1 pointr/recipes

steamer in my big pot.

I will frequently add garlic to the water, imparts a bit of flavor.

toss with salt, pepper, evo after they are steamed... sprinkle with shredded cheddar.