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The Steam Dome is a clear, dome-shaped cover that you can use to reheat leftover food in the microwave. It has a built-in hydro reservoir that you can add water to, and then it will convert the water into steam so your leftovers will be re-infused with moisture. You can also add a lemon or orange slice to the reservoir if you want to infuse a reheated dish with an extra kick of flavor. Along with making your reheated foods taste like they did when they were originally cooked, this cover will also help prevent the splattering that often occurs when you don't cover food that you're microwaving.
When you use the Steam Dome, leftover food that you've reheated will no longer taste overly dry and overcooked. The fact that the dome will infuse microwaved food with moisture will ensure that your reheated dishes won't lose as much flavor as they normally would, either. Pieces of meat like steak, chicken or fish will taste just as juicy as they did when you originally grilled them, and vegetables and potatoes won't taste like dried-out rubber or cardboard. However, using this dome will not make your food soggy, as each dome has a condensation channel that will trap excess water, preventing it from dribbling onto your food.
The cost of Steam Dome is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Steam Dome by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: buysteamdome.com
At the top of each Steam Dome, there's a small, built-in hydro reservoir that's covered with a small lid. Before you reheat a dish, you must remove the lid and pour some water into the reservoir. After you put the lid back on and begin microwaving your dish, the reservoir will convert this water into steam, which will circulate throughout the dome and add moisture to the dish. As this occurs, the condensation channel located around the edges of the Steam Dome will catch excess water. That means your food will never receive too much moisture and become soggy.
Normally, reheated meat, fish and poultry can taste dry in comparison to that of the freshly-cooked variety. It can also be tough and hard to cut through. However, when you use the Steam Dome whenever you're reheating leftover meat, its ability to circulate moisture will restore some of the meat's original juiciness and tenderness.
When you reheat leftover pizza from a restaurant the day after you've ordered it, you may find that the crust has dried out, making it taste like cardboard. If you use the Steam Dome to reheat a piece of the pie, though, you'll be able to restore some of the crust's fluffiness and consequently, the pizza's original taste.
If you use the Steam Dome to heat up leftover tacos from the day before, the vegetables, meat, and other toppings within them will automatically taste fresher than reheated toppings normally do.
Mac and cheese that's a few days old tends to taste less cheesy and more slimy. Plus, the noodles may begin to dry out and harden. Fortunately, your Steam Dome will be able to re-infuse moisture into a dish of macaroni, bringing back some of the cheesy flavor and making the noodles a more favorable texture again. It will also have a similar effect on other pasta dishes.
Mashed potatoes can begin to taste like cardboard after they've been sitting in the fridge for a few days, but your Steam Dome will breathe some moisture and new life into these, too.
The Steam Dome is big enough to fit over a large dinner plate, but is small enough to fit in microwaves of all sizes.
This device is clear, so you can see your food through it as you're heating it.
It won't be hard to clean your Steam Dome, as it's completely dishwasher safe. However, you may not need to put it in the dishwasher after every use. If it's not very dirty, you can just rinse it off.
When you don't cover your food as you microwave it, it may splatter everywhere, leaving bits and pieces of a certain dish all over the walls and ceiling of your microwave. If you use the Steam Dome, you won't have to clean this type of mess up, since if your food splatters, it'll just splatter on the dome itself.
If you use the Steam Dome, you won't have to buy and cook new food as often to satisfy your taste buds, as your reheated food will taste like it's new.
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