Written on: 17/05/2009 by Casperion (4 reviews written)
The Hinari Steam Supreme is not very durable as the plastic is quite flexible. I'm on my second one because the thermostat on the first ended up switching on and off all the time and spoilt the cooking. The second one now has a broken timer knob which has split where it sits on the timer spindle. I intend to ask Lloyds Pharmacy (Hinari under a Lloyds brand) to get me a couple; if they don't/can't/won't then it is in the bin, I'm afraid. Apart from these problems it has performed well. (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2009 by lolita c
Hinari Steam Supreme is easy to use, very quick to steam keeps all food taste. Easy to clean joy to use glad we bought it. (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2004 by BubbleLove (10 reviews written)
My mum always said steaming your veg and fish is the best way to keep in all those important vitamins. So, for my Christmas present last year I got a steamer! Hey, not the best gift but better than a pair of socks!
**Using The Steamer**
The steamer is quite large and does take up a bit of space. It has clear baskets and a white base. There is a large base unit, to which you then have a dip tray on top, then two steaming baskets, one small the other large and finally a rice bowl.
It's very... (read more)
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