Sunsella Publishes New Video On Silicone Vegetable Steamer Basket

July 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sunsella, a Las Vegas based store that provides kitchen utensils and food storage products, recently published a new video featuring their Silicone Vegetable Steamer Basket. The vegetable steamers are made from high quality materials, featuring 100% high grade silicone. Each vegetable steamer has a stable, non-scratch silicone base that ensures that breaking or scratching it during use is an unlikely possibility. With thick and flexible sidewalls, the vegetable steamers are designed to be expandable in order to fit a wide variety of pots and pans, making them perfect for pressure and slow cookers, electric woks, and frying pans.

The steamers are easy to store, as each one features a compact, collapsible design for space saving storage. The design also features a flat base with no center post, making it ideal for steaming larger items. All of these features combine to make an easy to use, convenient piece of kitchen equipment.

“Our silicone vegetable steamer is fast and easy to use,” says Sunsella. “In only minutes, you can enjoy healthy, tasty vegetables, steamed to perfection. Retain the flavor and texture of your food and lock in natural vitamins and minerals by steaming. This steamer basket expands to fit a variety of pot sizes, and it is perfect for everything from single serves to family size meals. It features a collapsible design for easy storage, and is dishwasher safe for quick cleanups. No assembly required. It is manufactured from durable, 100% high-grade silicone to last a lifetime, and features collapsing side-walls for a perfect fit every time. Furthermore, it is compatible with pressure cookers and slow cookers.” Despite its name, the steamer can also be used to steam other items. The company says, “Steam endless types of foods, including fruit and veggies, dumplings, buns and desserts, or meat, and fish and other seafood.”

The silicone food steamer is made from 100% food safe Silicone and is completely safe for use with a variety of different cookers. It is heat resistant and can withstand temperatures up to 446°F (or 230°C), making it ideal for use in pressure cookers, slow cookers, electric frying pans, and woks. There are no BPA coatings on the steamer; each one is made out of silicone and nothing else.

A number of people have already purchased their own silicone vegetable steamers from Sunsella. Impressed by the quality of the steamers, a number of them left five star reviews of the product. One customer, Jeannie, says, “I bought it to use in my 6qt Instant Pot. It worked great. I used it for cooking sliced potatoes and then cleaned it in the dishwasher, bottom shelf because that’s the only place that had room. No problem. I like that it has “accordion” type corners so it will expand or contract based on the size of the pot you are using. I have also used it as a cooking handle in my Instant Pot.”

Nathan, another one of their customers, was also very pleased with the vegetable steamers and left a five star review saying, “I’ve been using this for a while now to steam things like broccoli and kale. That seems to work really good and I like that it’s not going to scratch any of my pots. I would highly recommend this product.” Many other customers have left similar reviews, all of which can be found on Sunsella’s website along with FAQs and other relevant information on how to use the steamer and how to keep it in good working condition.

For a reliable, high quality silicone vegetable steamer, Sunsella says interested customers should get a hold of them. The company strives to ensure that every product they deliver meets the highest standards of quality and safety, and so customers can be sure that every product they receive will work as expected and that there is little to no risk of it being harmful to their health. Find out more about the Sunsella silicone steamer basket and any of the other products they have on offer by visiting their website.

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For more information about Sunsella, contact the company here:

Sunsella
Mike Law
(702) 952-9541
info@sunsella.com
9550 S Eastern Ave Suite 253 Las Vegas, NV 89123

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