Gotham Steel Pasta Pot with Patented Built in Strainer with Twist N’ Lock Handles, Nonstick Ti-Cerama Copper Coating by Chef Daniel Green, 4 Quart

October 12, 2017 - Comment

When it’s time to strain, it can be such a pain. You splash and spill your pasta everywhere. Not anymore! introducing the Gotham Steel non stick pasta pot – the revolutionary pasta pot! Gotham Steel pasta pot is the revolutionary, 5-quart or 4 quart pasta pot complete with a lock-on lid that doubles as a

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When it’s time to strain, it can be such a pain. You splash and spill your pasta everywhere. Not anymore! introducing the Gotham Steel non stick pasta pot – the revolutionary pasta pot! Gotham Steel pasta pot is the revolutionary, 5-quart or 4 quart pasta pot complete with a lock-on lid that doubles as a smart strainer. The tempered glass lid has large holes on one side for draining larger foods like potatoes and ravioli, and small holes on the other for smaller foods like spaghetti and vegetables. Just lift and lock and you’ll get a steady pour like never before! it’s that easy! plus, with the Gotham Steel copper-infused, scratch-resistant surface, you can boil and mash potatoes in the same pot! even cheesy chili mac is no match for the Gotham Steel pasta pot’s non-stick surface.

Product Features

  • Combines non-stick ceramic with super strong Titanium
  • Twist & lock handles – stay cool to the touch
  • Available in 2 sizes: 4 quart and 5 quart
  • Large & small straining holes – let no food escape
  • No oil or butter needed – less CALORIES and less fat

Comments

Perplexed says:

Pretty Pricey for a Pot This is pretty pricey for a pot. But, I love that an “As Seen on TV” company has actually come up with an innovative product. I decided to dump my old “non-stick” pot that had become not non-stick a long time ago. I saw the infomercial for this pot and loved the idea that the handles rotated to lock the lid in place. Shortly after ordering it, I thought why not just have a lid with extended handles? It may be a minor thing but you still have to hold the lid in place the entire…

Miatababe says:

Very good pot with strainer lid! Works very well. Only slight issue is the lid is very tight to get on or off. I guess that’s fine as you want it to stay on (that’s what the swivel handles are for), but it is a very tight fit!

Jan D says:

Little issues only It was a little smaller than expected. I expected a little wider.The edge of the to lid is a little sharp (scratchy) for ceramic stoves. Use it from the counter.

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