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Sistema Microwave 1.25L Rectangle Bowl, Red
- Rectangular bowl designed for cooking and reheating in the microwave; 5.2 cup capacity
- Features Sistema KLIP IT easy locking clips; steam release vent in lid for splatter-free heating, cooking
- Measures 9.2 x 3.1 x 5.8 inches; Designed specifically for cooking and reheating in the microwave
- Designed and made in New Zealand from 100% virgin plastic; Phthalate free; BPA free
- Dishwasher safe (top rack); microwave, fridge and freezer safe
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Our unique and durable Sistema Microwave range has been designed to help make cooking your meals faster and easier.
The range of steamers, plates, soup mugs and bowls allow you to effortlessly create nutritious meals or a quick and tasty snack.
Sistema's clever design and range of useful containers make reheating, steaming, cooking and storing simple and safe.
All our products are stackable, freezer and dishwasher safe (top rack).
Benefits of Steaming and heating in the Microwave
- Preserves vitamins and minerals
- Retains flavour, texture and colour
- Quicker cooking times
- Maintains moisture in food
Our unique vent enables splatter free heating and for steam to escape during cooking, whilst maintaining moisture in your food.
Easy lift tabs
These tabs will keep your hands safe during handling, as they hold less heat than the container.
All Sistema Microwave products are dishwasher safe – Top rack.
Made in New Zealand from Phthalate
BPA Free materials.
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It is certainly refreshing to know that the boffins behind such products clearly take a bit of pride in their work, which is obviously why they do not work for the local council.
it makes you wonder what these people are actually paid for. I don't see any benefit from my council tax, and don't even start me on the potholes round our way.
I bet if the people who make this container were put in charge you'd see a difference to the roads straight away.
Anyway, i have found this is easily big enough to fit at least two standard sized tins of Cross & Blackwell All day Breakfast in it.
I have also tried seeing how it works with a range of other items - beans and sausage, macaroni cheese, tins of plain beans or even that old favorite spaghetti bolognese.
Obviously I have not sampled the 'own brand' products that you get from food banks like Aldi - but then why waste a fine microwavable container on such inferior goods? I mean I dread to think how a tin of 'own brand' beans would stack up in a head to head with a trusty tin of Heinz.
It's be no contest really - like a boxing match between a professional heavyweight and one of those fops you get on Strictly Come Prancing.
I reckon somebody like Anthony Joshua would be the equivalent of a tin of All Day Breakfast.
If I had to personify a tin of Beans with Pork Sausages then I'd go for Wladimir Klitschko, and I reckon Tyson Fury would be a tin of Big Soup.
Deontay Wilder is a tasty fighter, so I reckon he'd be a tin of Spaghetti Bolognese, whilst Nicola Adams would carry off being a tin of Beef Ravioli with a plum.
A tin of 'own brand' would probably be somebody like Danny Dyer, but cost a little more.
I heard that apparently the bloke behind Aldi and the bloke behind Lidl are actually brothers who fell out. I can only presume that they argued about who could get the lowest standard of clientele.
Anyway by my logic this container would easily fit a tin of Anthony Joshua and have ample room for two tins of Klitschko or tins of Deontay. You might even get a tin of Joshua and a couple of tins of Deontay in there, which would be very satisfying.
I wouldn't mix a tin of Tyson Fury in with a tin of Nicola Adams though, as obviously a tin of Tyson Fury just wouldn't complement Ms. Adams' rich tomato sauce.
I definitely would buy another of these if Heinz did a bigger range of boxers in tins.
You can steam long thin vegetables, green beans, carrots etc.
This container is a handy size to warm a portion of lasagne for one and other meals and snacks.
I don't trust the container to transport liquids around especially as it has only two clips but if removed from the microwave carefully later you can use a small amount of liquid to cook things.
The seal between the lid and the bottom part is not tight enough to stop liquids leaking out, but as I don't take them out of the house these containers are perfect for my use.