Draining Your Peas

Look at this clever idea, a flexible strainer mesh embedded in a rubberized mold that fits snuggly on the rim of any pot or pan. This allows you to drain off the liquid while holding back food. Not that we can’t use a regular strainer to do the job, but it’s cool to try practical stuff like the “Comfort & Not Leak – Pan Strainer.”

Designer: Wei Min

21 Comments

  • mugabo says:

    Good idea, as long as it doesn’t dribble any liquid down the outside of the pan.

    • Laura says:

      That would work well for straining the fat off ground beef. Where can I get one?

  • Jon says:

    why would we use that and risk the peas falling off the side and not just use a normal strainer?

  • Jon says:

    why would we use that and risk the peas falling off the side and not just use a normal strainer?

  • sklim says:

    a design from guangdong ,china

  • sklim says:

    a design from guangdong ,china

  • choi says:

    It is a simply idea. but useful and good idea.

  • choi says:

    It is a simply idea. but useful and good idea.

  • Philip says:

    I wouldn't want to attach this strainer to my pan just after I cooked my peas. I'd burn my fingers…

  • Philip says:

    I wouldn't want to attach this strainer to my pan just after I cooked my peas. I'd burn my fingers…

  • eatyurpeez says:

    Yes finally! Now I will no longer burn my fingers straining boiled pea water with my hands

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