Philips Jamie Oliver for HD9132 steamer
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Steaming is a fantastic way to cook. It keeps all the nutrients in your food, and all the juices and flavours from the ingredients get spread around while it's cooking.' Jamie Oliver.
This Jamie Oliver for Philips 'HD9132' steamer holds up to 9L and has removable tray bottoms for extra headroom, allowing it to steam a whole chicken. Other features include a specialised egg steaming rack and a 2.5L bain-marie bowl with scorch free vent holes. The steaming tiers, themselves, are removable for easy compact storage, and, when in place, give the steamer separate capacities of 2.5, 2.6, 3.5L, respectively. Other functions include a 60 minute timer with ready signal and automatic shut off, overheating and dry boil protection and a flavour booster for infusing your food with delicious herbs.
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