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Helen’s Asian Kitchen Steaming Ring for 10-Inch Steamers, 11-Inches

by Harold Import Company
 (4.3 stars from 633 customer reviews)

6 new from $7.99    

List Price: $8.56
  • Helen's Steaming Ring for using bamboo steamers directly over stockpots or Dutch ovens and free up woks and stir fry pans for other cooking tasks
  • Made from aluminum; lightweight, yet sturdy and durable; will never rust; stores away flat in a kitchen cabinet
  • Quickly converts stockpots or Dutch ovens to accommodate 10-inch bamboo steamers; steam cook foods without sacrificing the use of woks or stirfry pans
  • Simultaneously steam over a separate pot while stir frying in a wok; no more risk of removing the wok's naturally accrued non-stick patina seasoning
  • Set Steaming Ring over pot of boiling water, top with bamboo steamer, and follow recipe; don't allow pot to boil dry; hand wash in warm, soapy water

Product Description
Product Description
Helen’s Asian Kitchen Steaming Ring quickly converts any stockpot or Dutch oven into a compatible base for using bamboo steamers directly over the steaming pot. No more sacrificing the use of woks or stirfry pans while steaming foods. Don’t risk boiling away the wok’s naturally accrued non-stick patina seasoning, that coveted buildup which accrues over time to create a naturally non-stick surface. Specially designed to support 10-inch bamboo steamers over stockpots or Dutch ovens, the Steaming Ring frees up woks and stirfry pans for other cooking tasks while foods steam simultaneously over a separate pot. Have the best of both worlds, stirfried and steamed foods at the same time, for healthier meals with less cooking time. A useful addition to cooking utensils and steaming tools that’s so easy to use and stores away flat in a kitchen cabinet. Simply set the Steaming Ring over a stockpot of boiling water. Place the 10-inch bamboo steamer on top and cook foods according to recipe. Do not allow pot to boil dry. Made from aluminum, Helen Chen’s Steaming Ring is lightweight, yet strong and durable. Will never rust. Hand wash in warm, soapy water. Brought to you by HIC Harold Import Co. Not affiliated with Joyce Chen products.

Customer Reviews

58 of 59 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely loved this steamer when we first received it, February 23, 2016
Absolutely loved this steamer when we first received it, until a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately it is now falling apart. The part that holds the rack of the steamer in place has come completely out, and this is the part that the lid also attaches to. The 2 sections can no longer be safely stacked, and the lid only fits and stays on one section of the steamer, so instead of a double steamer we now only have a single steamer.

Very disappointing... It is a great steamer, until it falls apart. 4 months seems way to soon for it to be already falling apart.

35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple invention works PERFECTLY!, August 20, 2016
Customer Video Review Length:: 3:44 Mins

This simple ring invention is excellent yall! Love it. Watch my video!

23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen 10in Bamboo Steamer, October 3, 2016
Jane Eyre (California, USA) - See all my reviews
Received Helen Chen bamboo steamer very quickly. It appears to be crafted well. I put it into a pan of simmering water-it just fit, so no steam coming up the outside. I put salt in the water and sprinkled salt on the insides of the baskets. I put in a bit of ginger root and scallion, and found the steam came up quickly and did not leak from the woven top or the sides. A grassy odor was noticeable as I let the baskets steam, and the basin water became yellow from the steamed out grass sap, I'm guessing. Bamboo is a grass. I dumped out the water, and switched the baskets with another round of salt and steam. Less odor, less coloring of the basin water. Removed the baskets and separated to cool slightly. Then I carefully brushed olive oil on all the surfaces, inside, out, top bottom, sides. It soaked in pretty quickly. I wiped off any excess, and restacked. I think I will steam again without food to be sure the steam water is clear. As for the steam, it was gratifying to see a good... Read more


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