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Steam roasting: quick, easy and delicious

Don’t fancy getting your hands dirty in the kitchen but still love good food? Then steam roasting is for you! In this article you’ll learn more about the art of steam roasting, how it works and discover a selection of delicious dishes that can be rustled up in next to no time.

Steam roasting

The art of steam roasting

So what is steam roasting? Well the answer is (not so cleverly) concealed in the name itself, as steam roasting is, of course, a combination of roasting and steaming. The main advantage of steam roasting is that it’s extremely easy and preparation time is minimal, so you needn’t be an experienced cook in order to serve up a tempting meal. In fact, steaming roasting is incredibly straightforward: simply open the roasting bag, fill it with the ingredients supplied, together with your choice of chicken or fish, and then fold the bag closed again. Next pop the roasting bag onto an oven dish and place into a preheated oven. While the meat or fish is roasting, steam forms in the roasting bag, effectively roasting and steaming your dish simultaneously. After only thirty minutes, your tasty steam roast will be ready to enjoy!

Maggi steam roasts

Online Dutch supermarket Holland at Home stocks a large range of chicken steam roast meals, including Maggi Steam Roast Garlic Chicken, Maggi Steam Roast Chicken Paprika, Maggi Steam Roast Chicken Provencal and Maggi Steam Roast Chicken Piri Piri. Lovers of fish are also well catered for, with Maggi Steam Roast Fish Dill Lemon, for example. Every Maggi Steam Roast pack contains all of the ingredients necessary (except for the chicken or fish) for a mouth-watering meal for 4-5 people, and is delicious served with new potatoes or rice, and a crisp green salad or warm vegetables of your choice.

Prefer to read this article in Dutch? Then visit our sister blog, Heimwee.info, specifically intended for Dutch emigrants.

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