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Tips on How to Steam Veggies

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How to Steam Vegetables

Do you want steamed veggies but don't have a steamer? Don't worry! All you need is a large pot or pan with a lid then follow these simple tips on how to steam veggies:

  • The key to successful steaming is cutting the vegetables into equal-sized pieces. If you do so, all the vegetables will be cooked at the same time.

  • Chop the vegetables then throw them in the pot/pan with a little bit of water (for example, if you're steaming a head of broccoli florets, you'll need about 4-5 tablespoons of water).

  • Adjust the heat to medium or medium-high, until the water boils gently on the bottom of your pan.

  • Cover the pan with the lid so that steam will build up inside, and check occasionally to make sure the water doesn't boil away completely (add water if necessary).

  • The vegetables are done when they're tender enough to fork easily, but not so tender that they're mushy.

 


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