Easy steaming with Intellisteam

The Morphy Richards Intellisteam steamer is capable of cooking three different items at the time.

Controlled steam. Morphy Richards

Steaming food is an excellent way to not only retain vitamins and minerals, but also to bring out its natural flavor. However, as basic as bathing a food item in a wash of steam may be, sometimes it can be rather hit and miss. Like all other cooking methods, everything has a different cooking time, but when it comes to steaming, overcooked food is limp, lifeless and neither healthy nor delicious. While checking on the progress of steaming foods doesn't necessarily guarantee disastrous results, the process can be time-consuming, and at best, inefficient.

The Morphy Richards Intellisteam steamer offers a means to achieve consistent results without ever having to peek under the lid. Featuring three individually controlled heating elements and a single tier design, the steamer is capable of producing desired results at the press of a button. A preset time guide not only ensures proper cooking but also governs the three different containers so they will be done at the same time. To guarantee the results you want every time, a personalized memory function is even incorporated.

Decked out with a handsome blue backlit LCD screen, the steamer adds an impressive and modern touch to the countertop. The cooking vessels are dishwasher-safe, meaning that cleaning up after a meal is just as easy as making it. And if the steamer is ready for dinner before you are? An automatic "keep warm" function will make sure your food is ready when you are.

Via Appliancist

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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