Morphy Richards 48780 IntelliSteam Steamer Reviews
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Morphy Richards Intellisteam 48780 Food Steamer
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Customer Morphy Richards 48780 IntelliSteam Steamer Reviews (5)
by - written on 17/07/12 (Very useful, 79 readings)
My wife and I had eyed this up for a good while before we bought it after having been put off of steaming foods with the hassle we've had with steamers in the past. We'd had the "old fashioned" three tier steamers in both the electric variety and the on the hob pot variety but it all came down to the same thing - the general fiddling around trying to work out timings and which food should be on what level and on and on; which generally makes it easier to use more pots and leave the steamer gathering dust somewhere... But we decided to try and eat healthier (in other words the wife wants me to eat more veg!) and after looking at the manufacturers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 276 readings)
Where to start on this marvellous machine? All you need is 30 minutes to have a healthy, easy and quick to clear away dinner leaving you more time for the evening or even afternoon!! Having 3 separate compartments (1 with a separator to make it 4) you can fill each one with different vegetables, meat and sauces and set the timers to have the meal ready all at the same time! Perfect! Its easy to work out how the Steamer goes together, there is a great manual inside giving you 7 days worth of meal ideas, which are really simple to make with practically no preparation time! I would try the "Hoisin Duck with Egg Noodles and steamed Chinese-spiced ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09, updated on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 407 readings)
Last year I decided to upgrade from my steamer that was 3 pans on top of each other. They were good enough but decided to go on to buy an electric Tefal steamer. Something that I did regret when I realised that it was making my worktops live with electic everytime it was switched on. Still within warranty but no outcome from contacting the company. So it was time to go out and buy a new one, something that I felt I could trust not to have the same problem and something not made by Tefal hopefully. So wandering round Comet I came across this steamer. It's priced at £77.86 in Comet but also available from Amazon for £68.04. I really thought I would have to take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Useful, 369 readings)
I bought the Morphy Richards 48780 Intellisteam from Amazon, the cheapest price around as far as I can tell. It is much better than steamers I have had in the past, for a number of reasons. You can use pre-programmed times for foods such as rice, vegetables, and pasta, but can alter the times as well and save the new setting if you find that, for example, you prefer your vegetables with a little more crunch. Using a digital system seems a better principle to me than the traditional knob found on other steamers, since mine broke on my old machine, whereas it is going to be tough to break the buttons on this machine. The Intellisteam compartments seem quite sturdy and . Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/10, updated on 05/09/10 (Useful, 91 readings)
I used to have a basic pan steamer but decided to upgrade to this electric one after seeing that lots of users reccomended it. It comes with a few accesories, an instruction manual and some useful recipes. The appearance of this steamer is great. It looks very proffesional and impressive sitting in my kitchen with the silver stainless steel metal and blue digital screen. However beware of the size. It dosen't look to big in the picture but this is a large, bulky steamer and requires a fair bit of space. It can also be a bit of hassle moving it around due to the weight of it so I just tend to leave mine on the counter. The steamer has a capacity of ... Read the complete review
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