Sistema Microwave Steamers Sale (various items) Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Steamers Sale (various items) Amazon

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Found 22nd Jan 2016
Sistema Microwavable Steamer/storage items.

There may be more items at great prices, I hunted out the most obvious ones.

Think these are add-on items.

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SuperEd

Thanks for posting OP, added links from description as easier to navigate

£3.05 - Sistema Microwave Steamer Container with Removable Steamer Tray - 1.4 L
amazon.co.uk/Sis…XPK

£3.50 - Sistema Microwave Plate with Removable Poaching/Cooking Tray - 440 ml
amazon.co.uk/dp/…ZT4

£3.99 - Sistema Microwave Plate with Removable Poaching/Cooking Tray - 880 ml
amazon.co.uk/dp/…0I4

£4.00 - Sistema Microwave Plate with Removable Poaching/Cooking Tray - 1.3 L
amazon.co.uk/dp/…16K

£2.40 - Sistema Microwave Soup Mug - 656 ml, Red
amazon.co.uk/gp/…1OM

£3.50 - Sistema Microwave Porridge Bowl - 850 ml, Red/Clear
amazon.co.uk/gp/…WE/


Edited by: "goonertillidie" 22nd Jan 2016

Original Poster

Thank you, happy shopping folks!

Original Poster

I also spotted the 'Sistema Microwave Egg' for £4.50 @ Tesco
Healthy & quick cooking of omelets, scrambled & fried egg, also filled omelets
tesco.com/dir…egg
Video
youtube.com/wat…IJo
http://sistemaplastics.com/assets/products/MICROWAVE/_single_lrg/1117_EasyEggs_Microwave_Label.jpg


Edited by: "Smosekum" 23rd Jan 2016

Great price especially for the soup mug at £2.40 my sister uses this for soup, baked beans and more at her work x heat from me will be getting a couple of soup mugs xxx

Check prices on camelcamelcamel. Some of these are cheap and cheerful but the 6 quid Steamer has been this price for a long time now and it used to be cheaper. Not trying to be that guy, I did order mine at this price and I thought it went down in price since then but no its still the same. Excellent products though!

I shall share how I do porridge in ours, because a lot of people have difficulty with it “volcano-ing” through the valve hole. Two servings, the way we like it:

Place porridge receptacle on digital scales and weigh in 55g of Mornflake superfast oats into each, then add 5g of holland and barrett omega seed mix. Then zero the scale and add 260g of milk to each. Soak overnight in fridge (optional but nice). In the morning, pop open the valves and place together in the microwave for 2m40s. Take out, take lids off, stir porridge thoroughly. Not just a quick stir, but stir like you mean it — get every bit of it broken up. The reason for the volcano effect is that milk when heated in a microwave separates into a fattier layer on top and a thinner layer under. That thinner layer heats and has to expand, but the fatty layer on top forms a plug and blocks the expansion until a weak point is found, then it all violently shoots through. Re-clip the lids, place the stirred part-cooked porridge back in the microwave and continue to cook for 1m40s. Take out and leave to cool as desired (ie, not too hot, not too cold, but just correct). Eat. Then when finished, leave to soak immediately or the remnant porridge will set like concrete.

That’s how I do it. For one serving, I do it as 1m30s cook; stir; 50s cook.

The essential thing is that the microwaving process, with milk things, must be interrupted by stirring.

Do recommend the rice steamer, so easy!!

keiran5517

Do recommend the rice steamer, so easy!!


I second that! The rice cooker is amazing!

Szabster

I second that! The rice cooker is amazing!


Here also. In fact, we went over to bulgar last year, and now we do a 50/50 of bulgar + couscous.

Smosekum

I also spotted the 'Sistema Microwave Egg' for £4.50 @ TescoHealthy & … I also spotted the 'Sistema Microwave Egg' for £4.50 @ TescoHealthy & quick cooking of omelets, scrambled & fried egg, also filled omeletshttp://www.tesco.com/direct/sistema-microwave-eggVideohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7o7JjKzYIJo


Really wanted to get this...but then the internet shows me I don't need that! lol

buzzfeed.com/ari…ave

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andyluv

Really wanted to get this...but then the internet shows me I don't need … Really wanted to get this...but then the internet shows me I don't need that! lolhttp://www.buzzfeed.com/arielknutson/easy-ways-to-cooks-eggs-in-a-microwave


I used to cook omelets and scrambled egg in the microwave if it was a single portion.
This actually cooks faster and better.
The item is vary easy to clean as opposed to using ceramic or other containers, also no splashing in the microwave.
The product does have it's advantages, I am not one for wasting money..


Edited by: "Smosekum" 24th Jan 2016

Smosekum

I used to cook omelets and scrambled egg in the microwave if it was a … I used to cook omelets and scrambled egg in the microwave if it was a single portion.This actually cooks faster and better.The item is vary easy to clean as opposed to using ceramic or other containers, also no splashing in the microwave.The product does have it's advantages, I am not one for wasting money..



​I know but it just becomes something else to buy and that I might not make as much use. So I'd rather stick to traditional methods. I got the porridge bowl I think I could use that to steam vegetables, rice and even cook eggs. I like things a bit more versatile.

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andyluv

​I know but it just becomes something else to buy and that I might not m … ​I know but it just becomes something else to buy and that I might not make as much use. So I'd rather stick to traditional methods. I got the porridge bowl I think I could use that to steam vegetables, rice and even cook eggs. I like things a bit more versatile.


I get you totally, I do the same too, adapt and use existing items...
I did not buy the Sistema Round Microwave Container - 915 ml, 'cos I have enough square ones which steam too!

Smosekum

I get you totally, I do the same too, adapt and use existing items...I … I get you totally, I do the same too, adapt and use existing items...I did not buy the Sistema Round Microwave Container - 915 ml, 'cos I have enough square ones which steam too!


Yeah I'm mostly trying to find things to help me not buy food from stores at work. So ended up getting the porridge bowl as I reckon I could make some stuff with it.

I also bought this and I could not recommend it enough. I'd like to get one for work but I don't think it'd help. If you have any ideas for work brekkie/lunch/snacks I'm all ears lol
amazon.co.uk/dp/…VC0

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andyluv

Yeah I'm mostly trying to find things to help me not buy food from stores … Yeah I'm mostly trying to find things to help me not buy food from stores at work. So ended up getting the porridge bowl as I reckon I could make some stuff with it. I also bought this and I could not recommend it enough. I'd like to get one for work but I don't think it'd help. If you have any ideas for work brekkie/lunch/snacks I'm all ears lolhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003OW5XT4/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_1?pf_rd_p=569136327&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B001AC5DUO&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=14D5NY28JYA822Y2FVC0


I see, a steamer for the oven and microwave.
I see they are silicone based, how sturdy are these?
I often transport food in the bottom of my cycle bag, for this use these would be unsuitable if everything got squashed.

Smosekum

I see, a steamer for the oven and microwave.I see they are silicone … I see, a steamer for the oven and microwave.I see they are silicone based, how sturdy are these?I often transport food in the bottom of my cycle bag, for this use these would be unsuitable if everything got squashed.


They aren't sturdy so if you'd like a hard container they'd be unsuitable, but it's amazing to make a quick steamed meal

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andyluv

They aren't sturdy so if you'd like a hard container they'd be … They aren't sturdy so if you'd like a hard container they'd be unsuitable, but it's amazing to make a quick steamed meal


Cheers for that
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