DEAL OF THE DAY: Salter's Three Tier Steamer is on sale for under £26


As living costs are rising, it’s becoming clear that using standard household appliances use a lot of energy, and replacing these can help save on bills, while also providing quick and easier cooking methods.

Salter has been selling high-quality scales, kitchen accessories and appliances since 1760, and is competing with much more expensive brands.

The range includes many different cooking appliances including air fryers, steamers and soup makers, and the brand is focusing on energy saving and how its products can help keep household costs down and replace other cooking methods.

Salter’s research found that ‘using the steamer could save up to 69 percent off on energy bills compared to the energy (kWh) used per 100g of broccoli using a 1.8kE electric hob’.

The steamer measures 20L x 23W x 41hcm with a stainless steel and black finish, and is easy to store, plus steamers are one of the healthiest cooking methods, with no oil needed and simply water required.

It has a large water reservoir and a 60 minute timer to aid cooking plus the included rice bowl is ideal for steaming rice perfectly.

The device can also be used to cook meat and vegetables, and the three removable tiers enable an entire meal to be cooked, with different components.

With the price of steamers varying, Salter’s is one of the more affordable options available, and while it’s on sale, it’s the perfect time to try one out.

Reviews have been racking up for the steamer on its Amazon page, with some saying it’s ‘excellent’ and ‘easy to use’.

Tracey said: ”Easy to use, does what it says! Can hold enough veg for four people.”

booknerd commented: ”This steamer takes up hardly any counter space, but because of it’s removable three tiers and handy rice bowl, it can still steam a lot of food at once. Very easy to clean and assemble, i highly recommend.”

Sandra James also added: ”As am on my own and like fresh vegetables, I find this extremely useful, efficient, easy to clean and do not have to watch over it. Just load with fresh ingredients, set the timer and that is all that is required. Very quick also. Really glad I gave it a try as have never used/owned one before.”


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