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When you’re cooking, you may find that you have to use many different items to make one meal. Skip all of the extra dishes when you put the Chef Basket to the test.
The Chef Basket is incredibly versatile. The Chef Basket begins as a flat piece of metal, but quickly transforms into a basket that you can use for cooking, boiling and even deep frying. The unique design allows you to do other things with it as well, such as rinse vegetables, drain pasta, wash off fruits you're about to peel, and strain potatoes.
Why should you consider a Chef Basket over an ordinary metal or plastic strainer? People who cook on a fairly regular basis are snatching up the Chef Basket because it is made to withstand high temperatures and can be cleaned very easily, so you can also cook a multitude of items in the basket, from crispy fried chicken to tasty pasta recipes.
Cooking fanatics everywhere also love that the Chef Basket keeps them from getting burned. The handles stay cool, despite the amount of time the basket has been near a heat source. The Chef Basket is available from most kitchenware stores.
Lastly, people are raving that the Chief Basket is easy to store. With so many pots, pans, dishes, and other cooking utensils taking up room in your kitchen, the last thing that you have room for is one more strainer. This product goes from a strainer to a thin, flat piece of metal in seconds!
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