Tip 1 – Steamed vegetables
As more and more people become conscious of nutrition, steamers are becoming increasingly prevalent in kitchens, as they allow quick and simple food preparation. There are sinks that can be combined perfectly with steamer accessories, to make steam cooking an absolute breeze. The size of the sink can also been matched to the dimensions of the steam cooking container. Once the short cooking time is over, the dripping wet steam cooking container can be hung in the sink itself to drain thanks to short walking routes. This prevents water from running out onto the worktop. Small steps inside the bowl ensure that cooking containers can be positioned optimally.
Tip 2 – Drain pasta more easily
Pasta dishes are standard fare in households with children. After all, they’re quick, easy and go down well with little ones. The only difficult bit is draining the heavy pot containing the pasta and cooking water, especially if the kitchen has a relatively small sink. Water can easily go elsewhere as you’re pouring it out into a colander. And if you have a pasta pot with an attached sieve, you might be facing another problem: where should you put the dripping wet container full of pasta if you still need to pour away the pasta water? Is the drainer – if you have one – clean enough? A stainless steel colander that fits the bowl could help you out. Instead of a sieve, the spaghetti is simply poured into the grooved multifunctional colander. Thanks to the stainless steel material, you barely have to think about hygiene here, as the colander can be cleaned in the dishwasher without any issues.