Tomorrow’s Kitchen Wins Red Dot Award For Steamer

A new single serve steamer from Tomorrow’s Kitchen has garnered a 2017 Red Dot Award for innovative product design.

The single serve steamer is designed so cooks can prepare healthy, nutritious meals fast, according to the company. The borosilicate glass bowl and silicone lid steams foods in the microwave, while a small vent at the top of the lid allows a small amount of steam to escape, preventing pressure from building up while maintaining moisture and nutrients in the food.

The tabs on the silicone lid serve as mini potholders allowing cooks to remove the steamer from the microwave oven, while the slightly oblong design of the product allows for multiple steamers to fit in a standard microwave at one time. Both the bowl and the lid are dishwasher safe. The steamer retails for $14.99 and is available in gray or green.

The steamer is designed and manufactured in Europe by the International Innovation Company, the parent company of Tomorrow’s Kitchen and Vacu Vin.