Cast Iron Chicken Steamer

Item Code: 5VZ-CS-01

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Overview

This fun Chicken Steamer adds the humidity you need, while adding that little something to your wood stove.

Not for water consumption.

Details

This Chicken Steamer is a fun way to add humidity into a room when placed on a hot stove. Unique feather design makes this steamer a handsome addition to any stove or fireplace setting. Made of cast iron this whimsical 1 quart Chicken Steamer is great for smaller stoves and looks great on your wood burning stove or your kitchen stove. It includes the steamer and lid.

Not for water consumption.


Additional Information
Specifications
  • Material: Cast iron
  • Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 10 x 5 1/2 x 3 1/2
  • 1 Quart
Brand Vogelzang
Model CS-01
Shipping Weight (lbs) 6.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 6
Product Type Steamers
Material Cast Iron
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Customer Reviews

Posted: 3/13/2013

Reviewer: Daniel

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very nice

now i want the 5 quart kettle for the other side of the stove

Posted: 10/29/2012

Reviewer: anakela

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Love it!

This chicken steamer is great. It works as described. Quickly heats up and starts letting steam rise. Great conversation piece.

Questions on Cast Iron Chicken Steamer

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  • From Judy at 10/21/2012 1:42 PM
    • Will the "Cast Iron Steamer" leave rust deposits behind or inside the dish?
    • Judy, This particular steamer is cast iron and will rust inside and could rust outside as well. We recommend the use of a trivet to minimize rust on the stove top. Water from this type of steamer is not potable and should only be used for humidity. ...Robert
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