In the age of digital technologies, fitness trackers and smartphones, the issue of convenient and functional kitchen utensils remains relevant. The new capsule casserole for healthy and delicious food can help solve the problem of improving efficiency in the kitchen.
Cooking lunch or dinner for the whole family is a tedious process that requires a wide variety of dishes, which then have to be washed. This problem can be solved by such a thing as Kabob maker - a universal kitchen item that will allow you to implement several cooking technologies at once. Apart from this, Kabob Maker has several more important advantages. However, first things first.
What can you cook with the Kabob Maker? Yes, almost anything. Mainly, the dishes will help when stewing, cooking, baking dishes. You can also use multipurpose utensils to reheat food as a tray. It will also allow you to cook even a kebab under the conditions of a kitchen oven. In the latter case, a set of wooden skewers will also help the chef. You can cook with the Kabob Maker everything, from meat to bread crumbs, cheeses, vegetables and whatever the imagination of the cook wants.
It is worth mentioning the more "practical" advantages of Kabob Maker. The dishes are made of high-strength, heat-resistant plastic, which allows it to withstand critical temperatures. The lid of the Kabob Maker is made of the same material as the pot itself. When cooking with a carcass, water can be poured into the Kabob Maker. There are also special grooves for the skewers already mentioned.
Finally, a pair of convenient handles are provided, which, however, have one significant drawback - they heat up during the cooking process, just like the dishes themselves. On top of all this, the Kabob Maker can be split into two identical cookware items. The only problem is that there is only one cover in the set. The kitchen set costs $ 30.
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